Day 306: Face Plant

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When you have feathers and have lived long enough among the large featherless beings, you will inevitably learn a “face plant” is something most of them try to avoid.

But this (like so many other aspects of featherless culture) is just because they don’t know how to do it right.

Luckily, you are on hand to offer gentle guidance where needed.

Oh boy! This looks really tasty!
Oh boy! This looks really tasty!
Let me just check....yup. Very tasty indeed.
Let me just check….yup. Very tasty indeed.
Oh, good, Mom, you're watching.
Oh there you are, Mom. I’m glad you’re watching. It’s high time you learned how to properly perform a “face plant.”
For this lesson I am going to combine words and visuals, since I know you are more of a "visual learner."
For this lesson I am going to combine words and visuals, since I know you are more of a “visual learner.”
I call this the "Millet Face Plant," but you can do this with any dish you like, such as the "Waffle," or the "Cheerios."
I call this the “Millet Face Plant,” but you can do this with any dish you like, such as the “Waffle,” or the “Cheerios.”
So now you want to get into position.....
So now you want to get into position…..
Ready....
Ready….
Set....
Set….
Face plant!
Face plant!

Author: Shannon Cutts
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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

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