Day 20: Birdieguard

When you are little and famous and feathery, hiring a (large, featherless) Mommyguard is always a wise move.

Of course, there are times you will need to send your Mommyguard (who doubles as your personal assistant) into the other rooms to get your snacks, lunches, dinners, and treats.

During these times, you will want to step in as the official Birdieguard to watch over the casa until she returns.

The highly trained (and very fierce) birdieguard begins his shift guarding Casa Feathers n Beak.

The highly trained (and very fierce) Birdieguard begins his shift guarding Casa Feathers n Beak.

He keeps his keen (cute, round, black) eyes trained for any sign of danger.

As a member of this elite, little-known task force, he keeps his keen (cute, round, black) eyes trained for any sign of danger.

Every direction receives equally scrutiny.

Every direction receives equal scrutiny – his acute hearing picks up even the faintest sounds.

The Birdiguard's "crest antenna" is on high alert for the subtlest shifts in air pressure.

The Birdieguard’s “crest antenna” is on high alert for the subtlest shifts in air pressure.

His many years of "Bond level" covert training have made him immune to fear, pressure, or distraction.

His expertise in “covert ops” have made him immune to fear, pressure, or distraction.

Sensing the return of his Mommyguard, the Birdieguard prepares to greet her.

Sensing the return of his Mommyguard, the Birdieguard prepares to greet her.

A suitable greeting will be offered after the formalities (presentation of one (1) "toasted waffle" is customary).

A suitable greeting will be offered as soon as the formalities are concluded (presentation of one (1) “toasted waffle” is customary).

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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