Stella Wells is a young scientist, and she knows all about the scientific method. With one
Clear-minded, she observes about her brand-new brother and a story unfolds in “My Brother The Duck”. Even before he got home, Stella had gotten some clues that her brother might not be a human being.
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“Dad said to Mom:‘ I’m wagging. We must have a duck. They laughed. I did not. A baby was bad enough. A duck is unacceptable. Obviously, research is needed. ”
Did Stella sound reasonable? Yes of course. She continued to notice that when her brother got home, he was covered in something yellow and translucent. At this point in the story, novice readers refer to the illustrations and indicate that the boy is wrapped in a blanket. Happiness continues.
The baby has a unique name, and it’s (drum roll, please) Drake. Stella immediately reports that Drake is a favorite word for the duckling. Check. Another proof.
Drake, left alone in his crib, starts making all kinds of annoying noises that are most likely a brain-aching chattering. Stella, sure she was watching for valid evidence that Drake was a duck, consulted her friend Carla Martinez. The girls reviewed his noises, the fact that he appeared to be covered with something faint and yellow, and his very name was worth mentioning. However, Carla reminds Stella that scientists make truth-based decisions and more needs to be gathered.
Jeep drivers have an unwritten bond, anyone driving can wave to other Jeep drivers as they cross the street. However, this relationship has been further strengthened with a new trend known as ‘Jeep Ducking,’ and it all begins in the great white north.
In essence, Jeep owners are buying rubber ducks, writing a small note on them, and placing them on other Jeeps as a way to spread goodwill and positivity.
As quirky and exciting as this trend, it has a rather heartbreaking origin. The creator Allison Parliament, 31, said she started diving in July after being assaulted in Ontario for having American license plates, According to Taunton Daily Gazette.
Parliament operates in both Alabama and her birth country is Canada, dividing her time between two countries. She explained that she was driving her car, which had an Alabama license plate when she was approached by a man, and pushed her into her car and told her to return to the United States.
Instead of getting angry, Parliament and her friends decided to react to the situation positively. She went to a nearby store, bought a rubber duck, and placed it in a Jeep with a piece of paper explaining its purpose. The I don’t give a duck shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater
Then Congress and her friends used Facebook and the trend exploded. There is currently a separate group on Facebook, called Official Ducking Jeeps with over 14,000 members from across the US and Canada. Additionally, an Instagram account featured people who took part in the acrobatic challenge.
Parliament told Taunton reporters, Jeep dealerships, and car mechanics across the country are currently involved, and she is working to turn Ducking Jeeps into a non-profit organization to help raise money for teachers who need money to buy school supplies.