|Checking out the ears in the mirror|
|My, what big ears you have!|
|Carefully picking out just the right owl|
|And we have a winner|
|Once she had him in her arms, she didn't want to let him go.|
|We convinced her to put him in a bag "like a purse" and because it was see-thru, |
her owl could still enjoy the view.
|Once he'd won his case, he proudly walked over to us with the cash. |
He wanted to do the sale himself.
He refused a bag and carried off his new baby owl tucked under his arm, like a football.