that day when you were allowed to bring in a prized possession to share with the class?
I am getting red just thinking about it.
I think it was because it back-fired on me when I was in early primary school ...
yep, it was the time that I brought in
a pet chicken.
I somehow convinced my parents to bring a chicken home from my grandparent's farm.
I had big plans for my new pet
but I don't think my mother quite saw eye to eye with me on that one.
I remember walking in to class as proud as could be,
only to be greeted by some horrified stares and bouts of laughter.
Yep, my chicken was not a hit.
Not at all.
Every year I buy some
every year I plant them outdoors in spring.... hoping they will make it through to the next year.
No, I am not trying to show you Felix
as he is not supposed to be on that table.
And he does know that....
But believe me, Felix has not time for show and tell....
No time at all that boy ....
So, I did the show....
perhaps you can do the tell?
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