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Part 2 from Zak
Mom went out on Saturday with Dad, to a country line dance Christmas party. Mom said they had a fantastic meal, and Mom danced all night long. She also won a lovely prize. They came home after 2AM, and we had a little upset. Something woke up most of us in the flock and mom had all the lights on and could not figure out what it was. She gave up trying and left two night lights on and went to sleep. The next morning, after giving us breakfast, she was on her way downstairs to get all the paperwork for the bird that came back to her, the one who people were coming to visit that day, and what she saw on the stairs on the way down answered her question about what freaked us out. She nearly jumped a mile… there, trying hard to get downstairs was a little field mouse… obviously a handicapped one. Well, Mom ran to the kitchen and grabbed a big, and I do mean BIG glass, and ran down the stairs, and at this point the mouse was down all the way but not moving as fast as a mouse normally would. Mom got the thing cornered and got the glass on top of it real fast and then grabbed something to put on top of it while she found a thick piece of cardboard to slip under the glass. Only mom could do this, but she carefully carried the glass and mouse upstairs and outside to the park area outside out home, a good distance from the house, and then let it go. Mom came tearing back into the house because she was cold – she did not take the time to put on a coat and it is below freezing outside here. Mom and Dad worked hard on scrubbing all our cages because Sunday is always a big cleaning day. They worked nonstop until the couple came to see the Grey who had come back here about a month ago. They loved him, and he liked them, but mom was sad because he kept looking at her, as if to ask her why they were playing with him, why they were there, and Mom tried hard to explain to him that he will be going with him to a new home, but it is so hard because he had gone once before. It will take him time to understand but mom trusts the couple – they were very nice and they have 2 other smaller birds, and he will be special to them. Mom said she could tell. They came from far to meet and get him. This is all the news for now. Because of the bad lines, we are using the copy and paste method but dividing into 2 blogs. A lot of reading for you. Thanks again for everything… Happy Holidays, in case we don’t get to blog you before then.
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