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Date:9/30/2014 12:43:05 AM
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Hey Buddy
Well, it was a frustrating day today. The server had us off-line until now. My beak is being worked on little by little. The rescue center used to trim the end but let the rest over-grow. It'll be great soon and I will post a new photo of me with my new look.
The wing is another story. It will take a lot of work to repair it so everyone is deciding about it. It doesn't hurt at all, but if I get it fixed I will be able to lift it up hopefully and flap it like other birds.
Do you feather pluck? Lots of Greys do. Angel doesn't and Mom's glad about that.
It was warm and sunny today but tomorrow it is suppose to be quite hot and I can't wait for it. Soon I will be able to go outside with Momma and play and pretend I'm flying. Momma and I have lots of fun running around so I can flap better.
Must get going. Have to get caught up on blogs. BIG HUG and a kiss
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