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I just found your puzzles the other day and am really enjoying them. Thanks so much.
Thank you for the permission. Yes, I understand that geese can be quite fearsome, and, as we see, so protective of their own. My internet, frustratingly, has been down all day, so just received your response. Good to have it back now. Frustrating because I thought the problem was in my own equipment, but could not find a solution. 'Twas my server's problem.
Susis, You may copy anything I post here. I attended Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia. There was a big lake near the college library where Canadian geese rested and feed during their migration times. Students would take food to these geese. They soon learned that if we turned our backs to the animals, they would come up behind us and give a a big pinch on our legs.
@Hab4453. Wonderful capturing of mothering at its best. May I copy this and share it on my facebook page?
Happy Mother's Day, Mrs. Duck.