Day 118: Big Flock Lunch

It is a lesser-known fact that the large featherless beings sometimes gather in flocks too.

But not having wings can make travel logistics more challenging, so flocking tends to occur less frequently.

Of course, when the logistical stars do align, the festivities are not to be missed (especially when the Small Chef is in charge of the menu!)

Oh wow! I didn't realize the big flock was gathering today!
Oh! Wow! I didn’t realize the big flock was gathering today!
Now that I'm here, I'll just take my "alpha" place closest to the Small Chef.
Now that I’m here, I’ll just claim my reserved “alpha” place closest to the Small Chef.
Thanks, Grandma - don't mind if I do! This looks delicious!
Thanks, Grandma – don’t mind if I do! This looks delicious!
"Mashed potatoes for one" - it's one of my favorite dishes.
Grandma knows just how I like my mashed potatoes.
Wait a minute - I see something green. It looks tasty too.
Wait a minute – I see something green that looks tasty too.
A "green bean?" Well that sounds right up my alley!
A “green bean?” Well that sounds like it is right up my alley!
I'll just have it.
I’ll just have it.
Thanks, Grandma - lunch was delectable. I'll perch with you to show my appreciation.
Thanks, Grandma – lunch was scrumptious. I bestow my highest honor by letting you be my perch.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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4 thoughts on “Day 118: Big Flock Lunch

  1. My cockatoo always insists on sharing my meal with me. It can be a struggle to keep him from stepping on my plate while I’m eating so that he can get to the bite he has his eye on. The others are more willing to let me hand feed them whatever looks healthy for them.

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