Pearl’s “Happiness Is….” (win a FREE BOOK!)

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Big or small, short or tall, young or old, rich or poor, feathered or featherless, there is so much happiness to be found in this world.

And since Monday is the most stressful day of the week for many featherless beings (on account of something called “work”), Pearl figures it is also the perfect day for his weekly tutorial on finding happiness!

Here is this week’s (very feathery) entry:

When you finally get the large rectangular silver thing with the crunchy flingable keys all to yourself...and your mommy doesn't take you away when she notices!
Happiness is….when you finally get the large rectangular silver thing with the crunchy flingable keys all to yourself…and your mommy doesn’t take it away when she notices!

Now you try it!

“Happiness is…… (fill in the blanks with one or many entries!)”

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With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

12 thoughts on “Pearl’s “Happiness Is….” (win a FREE BOOK!)

  1. Happiness is…having a large featherless being for a mommy who loves you to the moon and back, along with a large featherless being grandpa & grandma!

  2. Happiness is sitting and relaxing in the evening while hearing my birds contentedly grinding their beaks. Happy birds, happy mom.

  3. Happiness is being owned by a cuddly cockatiel and being told off if you dare to ignore them and of course the cute beaky kisses ❤️

  4. Happiness is hanging out on my couch, all cozy and warm, and listening to the chattering of my Zebs, Societies and Silver Bills. Each species has their own language, and I love learning to translate various Finchie dialects.

  5. Happiness is seeing a bird who has never played with a toy before interact for the first time after seeing your example. Happiness is the quacking sound my conure makes when I whisper “good morning”, and the feeling that I get when he melts his little body into my chest. Happiness is watching the fear of my newest rescue disappear and hearing all his calls for the first time. Who can’t be happy when seeing a once-abused bird say “chugga chugga choo-choo”?

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