“Hey, come on closer, I can’t hear what you are saying”… dutifully I found my way into the ditch and up to the fence. I knew darn well they heard what I was saying, but clever darlings, wanted me closer so I could feed them the taller greens on my side of the fence.
I learned some time ago how devious they can be. As full of mischief, they are also softies if you are deemed a friend. Get on their bad side tho’ and I would stay way clear. If they are working, and taking care of their flock… be warned, security checks can be quick and purposeful.
My visit was obviously on their lunch break. =^_^= I’ve been known to chatter away, wax poetically and find myself rewarded with big sloppy kisses. Of course a carrot or two in my pocket helped.
Lately I have found myself on back roads, where I have had the pleasure of a few encounters. Have you visited with a donkey lately? Aren’t they a wonderful audience. You know they are listening even when they turn their backs.. scratch an ear, if you are lucky, you’ll hear the donkey sigh, =^_*= (wink)
Enjoy every day, today, will lead you to tomorrow.
Blessings be… Oyashikiri
communication …… remember, it is not always what we say, but HOW we say it. after we speak, it is important to LISTEN