The wise little owl boasted to his prankster friend, “Wow! Look at me! I’m featured on Owl Cake.”

Crowley’s covered his eyes with a right wing and moaned, “That’s all I need in my life right now is a feather fluffed owl hooting in my oak tree.”

So the crow flew off deeper into the woods to get away from the boasting owl.

He was on a mission.

A mission to make the owl cake pale in comparison. It was the time to show up his owl friend and quieten all his hoots.

He had to decide what to do.

And then the crow remembered the town was having a bake sale and off he flew.

He was on a mission and knew what to do.

Gathering lots of trinkets that glistened in the sun, he decorated a cake with his treasures, one by one.

A crowd began to gather with lots of ‘oohs’ and ‘ahhs’ for his work of art. And the judges gave him a blue ribbon for doing his part.

With the proof in his beak he flew towards the woods. His mission to make a crow cake felt so good.

The little owl looked at the ribbon and rotated his head 270 degrees. You’re a little prankster that takes what he sees. A stolen ribbon has nothing to prove.  An owl cake has meaning, if you get my groove.

Seeing the hurt in the eyes of the crow, the wise owl knew. Crowley had won the award so he began to hoot.

‘So let’s all give a hoot!’

And they all followed suit.

The moral of the story:  In a world where you can be anything. Be yourself.


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