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Date:9/23/2014 2:50:43 PM
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We were at the Philadelphia Flower show for the week-end and my son Mark came over to take care of birds and the dogs while we were away. Tessa loves Mark and tries to get him to take her out for her morning shoulder ride while he fed all the birds like I always do. But Mark had his ear bit last time, so she didn't get to come out. That's what happens Tessa, you see? Anyway, I think Tessa was a little miffed at the whole thing this afternoon because when I opened the cage for her to come out as soon as returned this afternoon, she wouldn't come out. Oh, I'm sure she'll get over it by the morning!
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