Since 2010, Cauli Le Chat, feline roving reporter for Mooresville Public Library (Mooresville, Indiana), has reported all things interesting to cats (and humans) happening at the library. Related stories from across the state (and beyond) are also included.
Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Hatching Chicks Menu --er-- Blog at MPL
There has been another exciting development in the hatching chicks saga at our library. Broadway Gal has started a new menu blog called Hatching Lunchables Chicks at MPL. Here is the URL:
Here is a screen shot. Click the image to make it larger (not my fault if it doesn't).
Hatching Chicks @ MPL Menu Blog
Where are the side dishes listed?
You can well imagine my anticipation as I await this blog's inaugural entries. My tail is swishing, and I'm making those cute chittering noises, for which we felines are rightfully famous, and about which I blogged a while ago. From those eggs will magically (seems like magic to me) appear a full-coursemeal gaggle (brood?). Actually, it's brood--I looked it up. Gaggle applies to geese when they're not flying. (Look out, Scowl-Face! See my earlier blog to appreciate this joke.)
The new hatching chicks blog will keep readers up-to-date on the latest egg-citing evolvements in baby chick growth. In an eggs-clusive interview, Broadway Gal told moi that we may expect photographs and commentary regularly posted. It's good to know what you're going to be eating watching. You should know as much about your food feathery friends as possible.
If you have questions about this eggs-traordinary blog, please be sure to write your comments in the appropriate box for each blog entry (click the linked word comments at the bottom of each blog to open the comments box, or just write in the comments box, if it's already visible). Broadway Gal loves comments and feedbags feedback.
Our program trailer below showcases the eggs-to-tiny dinners winged wonders phenomenon.
Awaiting Whisker-Licking and Egg-citing Progress Reports,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Chicken Dinners News Beat
P.S. If you wonder which came first--the chicken or the egg--you might find the answer in this Sesame Street video. In any event, it's pretty funny.