We’ve been SO busy lately doing a million and one projects around the house, shuttling to extracurriculars and just generally enjoy springtime. An excuse for my lack of posts? Maybe. Either way, that’s my story.
So I figured if my blog is lacking in project and food posts this week, it will not lack in the humor department. A recent trip to the zoo totally delivered.
Why animals not normally found in nature together, probably shouldn’t be roomies in the zoo.
Beautiful giraffes at Brookfield Zoo.
Aren’t they just gorgeous?!?
See that calm looking goose in the corner of the above photo? Well, we really didn’t pay much attention to it…at first.
Apparently he’s the man of the house…er, nest, a.k.a. Mr. Goose. Mr. Goose thought the young giraffe was getting a little too close.
Yep, that quiet second little goose is actually a nesting Mother Goose and her Mr. Goose attacked!
Please excuse the poor photo quality here. We were just so amazed at this scene that I just snapped away, all willy nilly.
Mr. Goose got one more good thud to the business end of our thirsty giraffe.
Hoping to have some new fun projects up soon. Until then, ponder these lessons learned from our day at the zoo.
1) Giraffes are from Africa. Canadian Geese are from Canada…duh! So much for world peace…at least at Brookfield Zoo.
2) Don’t mess with the geese…you may just get thudded in the behind by the mister.
3) Chivalry in the avian world…who knew? Or maybe, he deserves a “World’s Greatest Dad” button come June 20? Hallmark, I just found your newest niche.