Day 40: Hello China

Being the official “greeter” for a whole flock is a task only the friendliest of beings can handle.

You have to be so outgoing and social you can walk right up to a total stranger and see a new friend-in-the-making.

For this reason (and also due to overall cuteness and prettiness) beings with feathers are typically an excellent fit for “greeter” roles within a flock.

Well hi there! You are round like me - you have two colors like me - you must be a new friend!
Well hi there! You are round like me – you have two colors like me – you are about the same height as me – you must be a new friend!
I offer you the official "greetings bow" for our flock.
As official “greeter” for our flock, I bow in respect and bid you welcome.
You know, we're even about the same height!
Your name is “China?” How lovely! My name is “Pearl” – I’m a very pretty grey and white parrot.
Do you do greeting "beak grabs" in your culture?
Do you do “beak grab greetings” in your culture?
Oh good - that is my favorite way to greet too!
Oh good – that is my favorite way to greet too!
I can just tell we're going to be the bestest friends!
I can just tell we’re going to be best friends!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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