For a comparison, let me show you the old snack bar:
If you will notice, it is filled with bland (i.e. un-smelly or -Catnip-y) items like juice, crackers, and chips. The children, they LOVE these snacks. The Library Cat. . . not so much.
So I was pleasantly surprised when a Mr. Chris Griggs visited and stocked a snack bar for Me:
I like fishes 'cause they're so delicious. . .
There is a nice variety of snacks in there, although they are very Small. (That is okay, because I'm kind of Small, too.)
Oh, wait. What?
Oh, so apparently these fishes aren't snacks at all. They're decorative, kind of like those bottles of oil infused with garlic and peppers and carrots and stuff. I can look, but no snacking.
I had AAB Photographer take some pictures of the fishes. She has never tried to photograph swimming fishes before, so it was quite a challenge (especially for her).
Here is a little Orange fish. He is Nemo:
We have two Dory-fishes. Here is one of them:
We also have lots of Crabby-things. NOTE: This is a different kind of Crabby than the Crabby I see when the Library ladies haven't had coffee and/or chocolate. THAT kind of Crabby makes these little Crabby-things look like sweet fluffy baby bunnies:
Now that we have more exciting fishes living in the
Me, I'm just biding my time. Here I am using my superior mental powers to bend the staff to my will:
One day they'll forget to close the lid on that treat can. And when they do,
I'll probably be asleep.
Waiting for appetizers,