Just a Ducky mother

Betsy Ross, and her family visited a local park in Visalia, CA. In a vandalized duck’s nest they discovered an uncracked egg among the debris. Finding one egg intact, she carefully returned home, determined to keep the egg alive. At first, Betsy tried to bring the egg to a wildlife sanctuary, they couldn’t take it in. So Betsy decided to take the place of the duck’s mother and incubate it until it came into the world. So she kept the egg in her bra, hoping that this would give the animal enough warmth. Betsy discovered that she had to rotate the egg four to five times a day, Betsy could see that the duckling was growing. Amazingly, after nestling the animal in her bra for 35 days, Betsy started to hear peeping. She knew that the duckling was beginning to hatch. So she took the egg out of her bra and put it a heated box. When the time came, Betsy carefully peeled away the shell, first giving the duckling the ability to breathe easily. Over the next few days, Betsy kept on giving the duckling water, hoping that the animal would pull through. Then one morning, she woke up to find the duckling walking around. He had completely emerged from the shell. Eventually, the duck was big enough to go to the sanctuary.


Making Duckhood great again

Saw a sign at a farm that said, “duck, eggs.”
I was contemplating the use of the comma when it hit me.

I recently bought my pet duck a mask, to protect it from corona virus…
It’s nothing flashy, but it fits the bill

Conspiracy theorists are like, “If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck…”
It’s a government surveillance drone.


March 9th Birthdays

1960 – Linda Fiorentino, 1983 – Maitte Perroni, 1996 – Ciera Ramierez, 1987 – Brittany Snow

1980 – Matthew Gray Cubler, 1979 – Oscar Isaac, 1980 – Matt Barnes


Morning Motivator

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.


Mother love like a duck