|This church looks almost exactly like the one in my dream.|
My friend and I walked back to the truck and started to head back to my client's house. As we drove away, though, I noticed an egg on the side of the road, and somehow knew that it was a parrot's egg that the hoarder had dropped as he fled. I stopped, picked it up, and to my astonishment realized that it was somehow still viable. As we drove back, we saw and picked up several of these magically viable and unharmed eggs.
When we got back to my client's house, I carefully inspected all the eggs, and somehow was able to determine that I had some African Greys, Macaws, Eclectus, and a couple of Keel-Billed Toucan eggs.
I decided to hand raise the babies myself and find homes for them, but as soon as the Toucans hatched, I realized that I didn't know how to hand raise baby Toucans, since they are frugivores instead of herbivores like the Psittacine species. I quickly visited avianavenue.com and asked how I should feed these babies, and was advised to make smoothies out of as many fruits as possible and feed that instead of hand feeding formula. Of course! Fruit smoothies! Duh! The little baby Toucans were so cute, and figuring out how to feed them with their gigantic beaks was a riotous mess.
|I mean, how can you deny the cuteness???|
Oh, dreams. Your tidy little happy endings are so cute and completely unrealistic. You make waking up so difficult sometimes!