By the time I got home, my family and I were having a little fun.
Christmas trees were being cut down, and our family’s Christmas tree, a towering, golden oak, had been replaced with a smaller one.
But the trees that stood out were the ones that were not yet finished.
I’ve got a hard time thinking of them without the help of an owl.
The tree I was in was about 50cm (18 inches) tall and was covered in moss.
I was standing at the top of it when it was being cut, and there was a little boy who was standing in the middle of it, looking at it.
He was about 10 years old, and he kept saying: ‘You don’t have to do that, you know, don’t worry about it.’
He had a lot of confidence in me.
He had never seen an owl before.
The owl was just sitting there in the shade, and I think it had been looking at us for quite some time.
The family we were visiting didn’t seem to mind.
When they came back to the house and looked at the tree, they couldn’t believe their eyes.
I think they were really happy that I had helped.
But I have to admit that the experience of helping someone with an owl didn’t go as well as I hoped.
It was not easy.
I felt so nervous.
The idea that you could be the only one in the house who did not recognise an owl as it had flown past, it was terrifying.
But it was the best Christmas I had ever had.
What did it feel like to be an owl?
I was not surprised when I saw a photo on Facebook of a family at their Christmas tree.
I had never experienced an owl at my own Christmas, but I was very excited about that day.
I got in the car and drove out to the tree and started talking to the family about it.
I told them about how I had come across a family who had come from another country and they had put a tree in the ground where it stood and they were thinking about taking it down.
They asked me to come down and help them with their tree.
The mother was very upset because she had brought the owl home.
She had been worried about it for months, but she had never had any real trouble with it.
After a few days, the mother said she was glad that the owl was still there, but that it was really important to bring it down and that it needed to be protected.
The father was worried about the owls, but he did have the option to have a tree cut down himself.
So, he put the owl down and told me that he would have to find the owl himself.
It took him three hours and about half an hour to find it.
It looked like it had fallen from a tree.
And I thought: ‘Oh, that’s really exciting.
I can do that.’
I knew it was an owl, but it wasn’t one I was used to.
I couldn’t help thinking that I was the only person who had ever seen one.
The whole family were very happy that they had found an owl and it was not a scary sight.
What was your first encounter with an owls?
I am not sure if it was at my house, but during a holiday, I had just moved to a house with a big family, so I did not know anything about owls.
The first time I had seen one was when I went to visit my sister.
I went out for a walk and I saw an owl sitting on the grass.
It flew up and looked like a black owl, which is a very common bird in the area.
I saw it again the next day, and it flew back to my sister, who was sitting in her house with her dog, looking after her cat.
So I did see an owl the day I moved to this new house, and now I feel a bit less nervous.
It’s a good thing that I have had such a good Christmas, because I really enjoyed the experience.
How did you feel when you got an owl home?
It was nice to be able to go and see an owlf in its natural habitat.
And the owl is the best friend an owl can have.
They are quite a friendly animal, and the experience they have given me has made me feel very grateful.
How much does an owl weigh?
An owl can weigh up to a tonne, but a real owl can reach up to 200kg (440lb).
They are often found in parks or on the lawns of homes, but there are other species of owls that can also be found.
How do they move?
Owl owls move on their hind legs, but they are able to use their feet as well.
They also use their bill to sweep the grass away.
They can also use this to help them get away from their friends, who are more active than them