Day Two: Supervision

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When you are an efficient avian, there is always something (someone) to supervise.

Usually it is the large featherless being, who clearly has very poor prioritizing and time management skills.

Just when it is obviously a great time to scratch neck feathers or toast up a tasty treat, she will head over to that noisy flat glowing silver thing again and start attempting a ridiculous activity she calls “work.”

This is always a good moment to display “maximum cuteness,” a handy ploy for recapturing her attention and assisting with the reprioritization process.

Demonstrating "maximum cuteness" during routine supervision.
Demonstrating “maximum cuteness” during routine supervision.
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Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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