Day 83: Greeting – for Beginners

One of the most important lessons young feathered beings learn is how to “greet.”

This is because, being naturally outgoing and social (as well as very cute and feathery) it is just a matter of time before their flock nominates them to be the official household greeter anyway.

Here is a tutorial by an “expert greeter” that all young feathered beings can benefit from:

First, always be on the lookout for new beings that haven't been greeted yet.
First, always be on the lookout for new beings that haven’t been greeted yet.
Next, have your large featherless assistant move you into the right position for "greeting."
Next, have your large featherless assistant move you into the right position for “greeting.”
Make friendly, direct eye contact with the new being.
Make friendly, direct eye contact with the new being.
Offer enthusiastic words of welcome.
Offer enthusiastic words of welcome.
Finally, give them a moment to admire your prettiness (it is just the polite thing to do).
Finally, give them a moment to admire your prettiness (it is just the polite thing to do).

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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