First Molly’s Story DVD Shipped
July 14, 2010
I don’t know how it is around you house but at ours everything always seem to happen at or around the kitchen table. Austin’s DVD project is no exception, (see photo) he, with the help of his grandma shipped his first 56 Molly’s Story DVD’s yesterday. What a great experience for him and I want to thank everyone for helping make it a success. Gee, this is fun and you a part of it.
It seems everyone wants to help spread the word about Molly’s Story. I talked to my best friend Max yesterday, he is eighty. He told me he had sent notice of Austin’s DVD to everyone in his email address book. Of course he would, the first owlet was named after him. He also said it was 112 in Yuma.
One of the owlets flew over last night. It was a beautiful evening to sit on the patio and watch the stars… Molly and McGee. It was warm and wonderful outside; we normally get that cold ocean air at night, so we just kicked back, relaxed and enjoyed. I closed my eyes and thought, where am I. Hawaii or the Cayman Islands? No, San Marcos, California. It was almost like being on vacation.
We did not see much of Molly, she just stuck her head out a couple of times as McGee stood watch on the fledge ledge near by. While having one of those conversations about nothing, just taking in the evening, to our to our surprise one of the owlets, we don’t know which one for sure, maybe Austin, circled overhead a couple of times. McGee didn’t react, but just watched too by circling his head. Remember, owls can’t move their eyes so they follow with their heads. Then as the owlet flew off in the direction of the hunting grounds, McGee decided to join him. I say join, because there did not seem to be any aggression in the take off like he would do if he were protecting Molly and or the owl box.
We have added a T-shirt at CafePress with Molly and McGee The World’s Most Famous Barn Owls. You can check it out by clicking on McGee’s photo.
Have a wonderful day
Carlos and Donna Royal