Friday, July 31, 2009

EVENING STROLL

Ali from Henbogle left a comment on the blog I wrote in regards to letting my girl's out for the first time. It seems her little" ladies" decided to pack their purses and head to the local post office. That got me to thinking, goodness, I hope Gladys doesn't get any ideas, like maybe "the grass being greener on the other side." Gladys, oh Gladys I have blueberries! Your favorite. (A little bribery can go a long way.)

7 comments:

henbogle said...

Hee hee.

Nice photo :-)

At Henbogle we call that "training," figuring if they know that we usually bring a treat, they will come running to us every time. Right now, we are "training" them to go in the coop when we shake the plastic jar of scratch.

It looks like you've got a fabulous area for them to roam about. With all that tasty grass, and the hope of blueberries, I suspect they will stay close to home.

Ali

Leslie said...

Oh, I hope not! She could not possibly find a more beautiful place to live than right there with you.

Rural Rambler said...

Gladys and the girly girls know where life is good. But, bribery never hurts to seal the deal. Blueberries, Yes! Of course. I love the stories of your girls!!

Eve said...

She really looks like she's thinking about it Julie!! Oh there's my froggy back! Sleep tight!

Kritter Keeper said...

gladys is cute! leave her a path of blueberries so she will know the way home...;>)

Cedar ... said...

not a chance of her thinking that,... with that neat new coop and loving mom, and blueberries too!

missthesea said...

I love the girls!