This year, Taylor and I talked with the bunny monitor for a good while. She was cheery and very willing to tell us about how she was worried about her coming trip to Ireland for her next semester where she would study marketing. Taylor has been to Ireland before and told her to not worry because of course she would love it and have fun. When we were finished with our boiled peanuts and got ready to leave, we thanked her for talking with us and she said she'd have to tell us about her trip when we came back to the farm next year. Awesome.
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I jumped in happiness (really)! No shopping trip with Mom had ever taken less than 25 minutes, but we'd found our tree in 45 seconds! I lept off to tell the boys who would get our tree for us that we'd found it so quickly, but I became sheepish after a few skips and came back to my family. "I thought you were going to tell everyone about how we found the tree, Lindsay..." Taylor said. I gathered my spirits and tried again, sans the leaping this time. The boys weren't as excited as I'd hoped they'd be, but the owner lady (who's probably required to smile at us) seemed happy.