so, i went to the zoo yesterday. that's the place where the animal kingdom lives. fortunately for me, i know most all of the animal languages and was able to communicate with most of them.
the giraffes are the silent, tall type, so they didn't have much to say; but we did exchange a few words by moving the beely-boppers on top of our heads.
this is me looking pretty in the midst of pink. although i myself was wearing my white 'monkey business' shirt. i wanted the monkeys to know i was serious about our meeting.
the whole day was fantastic and i'm not lion. i even got to eat a bread that was doing yoga. anissa says it's called a pretzel. sounds german - where's the wienerschnitzel? so if a lion is a cat, why couldn't he understand 'meow'? i tried to communicate, but he just looked at me and licked his piece of meat. how rude.
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I am going to be the next Rock Star. I already know how to tickle the ivories and Aimee and I sing "Twinkle Twinkle" and the "ABC's", but I like to add my own little twists with a na na na and a ma ma ma here are there. I'm thinking about taking music lessons within the next couple months to become professional. I hope my teacher is okay with me playing the piano with my toes though, that is how I play best! Oh well, he'll just have to live with it, it might be the new way to rock out!
I went to the farm today. Aimee takes me there a lot, but I never see any animals. I did see a lobster today though! He was pretty ugly but he did wave at me, so of course, I waved back. When we were at the farm we bought 2 cows, 3 chickens, some green strings, and a yellow ball. I don't know how Aimee fit them all in the bag, but we made it back to the office without any accidents. Hopefully I will see the chickens again, they didn't look like the ones I have seen on TV but Aimee assured me they were chickens. When we left I waved good-bye to the farm and Aimee said we will probably be back on next week because Bristol Farms is so convenient for a quick-fix dinner. Maybe next time I'll get to see a pig, those are my favorite!