Not three French hens but three pom-pom snowmen, H and I made, a few years ago.
Snowmen always seem to me to be potentially lonely characters - stuck out there in the cold, usually solitary and with an inevitable, built-in forlornness when they thaw. One of the reasons I love Raymond Briggs' "The Snowman" so much, is because it counters that slight aura of loneliness so entrancingly. These snowmen are not solitary but a little companionable group of like-minded souls. Not quite sure what is going on in their three woolly heads - possibly not a lot by the look of it (!) but even if they look as though they have been at the sloe gin, on the way to their window sill, or are just rather foolish, they seem on the same wavelength as one another and that reminds me of how important it is to have friends who "get us" and how grateful I have been, how grateful I am, to meet like-minded souls in my life.
May you always be blessed with the companionship of others who understand you and who share where you are coming from and may that companionship give you a light step in all you do.