Day 180: The Art of the Ascent

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For true gourmands, the way you end a meal is as worthy of attention as the way you begin.

For example, if you began your meal by jumping into the center of your dish, you will want to end it by jumping out.

And if you began by climbing down from a high perch to reach your dish, you will want to end by climbing back up to a high perch.

This ensures the greatest consistency to the dining experience.

Well that was tasty. Now I must retrace my steps and make my ascent back to my high perch on the Tall Tree.
Well that was tasty. Now I must retrace my steps and make my ascent back to my previous high perch on the Tall Tree.
I'm glad he left the white gripper in place to ensure my easy return to my perch.
I’m glad he left the white gripper in place to ensure my easy return to my perch.
Now I will use my sharp talons and curved beak to skillfully navigate to my exact former place.
Now I will use my sharp talons and curved beak to skillfully navigate to my exact former place.
Almost there....
Almost there….
Just a few more minute navigational adjustments....
Just a few more minute navigational adjustments….
I'll position myself nearest his neck feathers for our post-meal grooming session.
I’ll position myself near his neck feathers for our post-meal grooming session.
Ahhhh. Perfect.
Ahhhh. Perfect.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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