Last year Songbird built this golden leprechaun palace. And this year she absolutely remembered that the wee lil’ green guy escaped because he was able to cut through the trap door entrance. So we have literally spent a week discussing every facet of how to improve this year’s design.
Each suggestion I made (mostly because it’d be easy) was immediately rejected on the likelihood of escape. Instead she dreamed up a contraption with multiple layers, sneaky deception, and several design features.
Bug, on the other hand, was happy to go along with a simpler mom-directed design. He’s basically on-board with anything that involves going to town with a paintbrush.
Songbird’s version includes attractive signage,
and even a bed for the poor prisoner to rest until he can meet her demands for gold.
I would explain to you just exactly how these ingenious inventions work…
… but I’ll leave that to the master (and somewhat long winded) engineers.