Jun. 2, 2012
A Marquette University junior's patience could became an issue Saturday thanks to a morning-owl, the student said.
Casby Bias, journalism major at the Diederich College of Communication, said that her patience developed from gaining eight hours of sleep each night. Benefits of Bias's patience include less crankiness from her in the morning.
But the owl's hooting cut the time down by 30 minutes. The creature's action ruined her day, said Bias.
"Stupid owl, hooting at 5:30 a.m. in the morning," she said.
But Bias also "gave a shout-out" to the owl for waking her up.
"Good looking out: I was having a bad dream," Bias said.