Day 272: Making Tea

When you are petite, feathery and very cute, it goes without saying that you will need an assistant to keep the admiring hordes at bay.

But if you choose a large featherless being for your assistant, you may find yourself having to do a surprising amount of assisting yourself.

Take “making tea,” for instance.

While your large featherless assistant fixates (inexplicably) on the strange-smelling dried stuff inside the tea packets, you know where the real gold is – in those crispy packets and the crunchy paper the tea is packaged in.

Uh oh. Looks like Mom's planning to make tea "her way" again.
Uh oh. Looks like Mom is planning to make tea “her way” again.
She'll definitely need my help - I'll just use "cuteness" to get her attention.
She’ll definitely need my help – I’ll just use “cuteness” to get her attention.
Okay, Mom, like I showed you - first, grip the cardboard firmly with your beak.
Okay, Mom, like I showed you – first, grip the cardboard firmly with your beak.
If the dry cardboard is too tough to shred, you can add water to soften it up.
If the dry cardboard is too tough to shred, you can add water to soften it up.
Start here at the ends - they are thinner and crispier.
Start here at the ends – they are thinner and crispier.
Okay, Mom - now you try it!
Okay, Mom – now you try it!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

 

 

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