She's not all that friendly – it's that reserved New England personality, I suppose, haha, but she's laid two eggs so far, so she's definitely got a good work ethic.
She's the smallest of the three, and very soft.
Well, this is She-Who-Has-Not-Been-Named-Yet. I'm about ready to name her myself, in face, I've sort of named her Leila. But she's not mine to name. So I guess Leila is a nickname, if you can have a "nick" when you don't yet have a name.
Anyway, she is a Hawaiian, and she is by far the friendliest of the bunch. She also rather fancies fresh earthworms, and will overeat if given the opportunity. She had the opportunity yesterday while we were there – Alex and Bill kept digging in the empty garden beds for worms and she snatched them out of their hands as fast as she could. (We tried to give Gloria the opportunity, but she was too shy and demure to actually accept them.) Anyway, lesson learned – don't let chickens indulge in too many worms. My sister had to massage Leila's crop to help with the digestion yesterday.
But apart from her gluttonous behavior, Leila or whoever she is was very friendly and graciously allowed Alex and Julia (and Bill and I) to pet her.