A happy ending: Blossom and Frankie find love!

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greenworxx
greenworxx
2 months ago

Beautiful! I’m so glad Blossom and Frankie found love again.

Anonymous
Anonymous
2 months ago

🙂

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago

LOVELY story! Fond memories for me: We’ve had geese on & off through the years in the farming arm of my family, the most remembered of them a mated pair, “Roscoe & Susie,” who lived w/cousins at their home, built on part of my grandparents’ farmland. They are great “watch dogs,” honking alerts (& will attack strangers), & have rich personalities, each their own, like dogs or cats (as you might have learned in this story about Blossom and Frankie.) Roscoe & Susie wattled to a mountain spring every day, maybe a quarter-mile away, like clockwork. Additionally, when my first born was 4 yrs old, my parents lived in rural PA on a farm w/many geese. Visiting, we had to give my son an ear of corn to distract the geese just to get from the house to the car…..or else the geese would “flock” to him, & being as big as he, & in number, would overwhelm him & we’d have to rescue him. Again, they are like dogs or cats, & attracted to “little ones” when seen. If I didn’t live in SoCal w/nightly coyotes, I’d have geese & ducks still today. As it is…raccoons got to my entire laying hen population a few years ago & killed them all when someone (not me 🙁 ) left them out of the fenced hen yard. I haven’t been able to “replace” them since the bird flu that has yet to leave our state….tho’ I keep my hen house & (enclosed) yard ready for the day when I can get new peeps. For now, we have had a mated pair of Mallards who winter in the mornings on our pool (we live near a natural lake) for the last several years. They are our bird “fix” of late.