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Date:10/21/2014 11:06:50 AM
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Mornin' Joshua!
Hey, question for ya. Does wailin' count as makin' a joyful noise? This mornin' I was boo-hooing because my bird room door had gotten pulled shut before I could manage to slip out so I sat on the other side and wailed like a three-year old. Or at least that's what mom said I sounded like — a crying child who's heart had been broken. I'm happily camped out on the mobile perch in the kitchen so the cryin' ceased, for for a minute there I thought I was gonna miss out on the social occasion called breakfast. I'm presently watching dad fry up eggs and make toast so I'm gettin' the charming expression all ready to flash at him. Hope it wins me a bite of toast with egg on it.

That is totally awesome that you already call your mom by name and now who to call "dad". You are one smart macaw!! My mom swears she's managed to surround herself with the most verbally-challenged parrots in the world. I use to have about 8 words I said, but now "Hello", "apple" and "Bye bye" are about the only ones she can coax out of me. I use to holler "OUT!" when I wanted to go places but anymore I just bounce when I'm ready to relocate. I used to say "water" when I saw it being poured. Now I just say "apple", a word that's applied to all edible food. I have a Harlequin friend who's just a baby really, yet she's talking up a storm already! Riley's this very outgoing bird with a lot on her mind she wants t'share, I guess. Me, I'm happier just listening in, I guess. Anyway, round of applause to you for settling in so nicely with your new family. You do us macaws proud!

Good luck with them pesky pin feathers. Must be somethin' in the air 'cause I've done nothing but drop feathers everywhere I go and now the pins are comin' in. Ugh. My GW flockmate loves to have hers massaged but I'm a little impatient with having mom work on them. One or two are fine but after that, who wants t'sit still any longer? Not me!

High five, Pal, and have yourself a great Sunday.
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