So, you get kicked out of the nest, right? Luckily, there are cherry trees. You can hide.
You can wait there for the world to make sense. Then you can eat it.
Cherries Growing from a Pit a Walker Spat Out 20 Years Ago
Fortunately, this all happens at the same time. Meanwhile, though, it’s scary out there.
When you have no nest, a cherry tree is a nest. Simple. Profound. It used to be that cherry trees were nests for our fledgling children. Not any more, but it wouldn’t be so hard to start the tradition again.