Putting the last thing first, I found out the secret of why Rhea is chittering. But I will save it for later.
Harrison had an opposite day – he wasn’t interested in any food in the morning. He was sleeping on this round pillow instead. I’m starting to think that he’s just on a cycle. He did spit up a little in the morning too, but not a lot.
I’ll tell Davout what the secret to the chittering is….
…he’s pretty shocked!
It is the first weekend day in a long time where I there hasn’t been much of an reason not to go hiking. I decided to try a fairly easy trail, that had shade on the way back. I tried a little side trail that went up and up in the sun. So nice views, but a little bit of overdoing things on my part, which is typical.
When I came back, Harrison was hungry again and had a nice dinner and played with the feather toy quite a bit.
And now, the chittering explanation. When I was eating dinner and Rhea was lying down by the fan, she started chittering again. I noticed that she would do it whenever I would cough. I spent a fun time cough-chitter, talk-no chitter, cough-chitter.
WHY she chitters when I cough, I have no idea.