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Date:10/31/2014 6:03:16 AM
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Hello Willie~
I hope you are having a fun day! I just got a new toy in my nice clean play cage so I can start messing it up again! I enjoy making a big mess in there! Big piles of wood that I have chewed up always put a smile on my beak!
Mom has to go to the store later but then we will just spend the rest of the day cleaning up and spending time together. There are lots of piles of mail around here again so we have to sort them out! Dad or sister pick the mail up while mom is sleeping so we have to go thru it all to make sure we get any bills that might be there. Mom only gets 1 or 2 bills in the mail now since she gets most of them online. Online works out much better because you don't have all that paper around! I will, of course, shred anything mom needs to get rid of!
Have a perfect day! Stomping out a vote and sending a hug your way!
Love you ~ Sugar
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