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Date:9/18/2014 8:03:30 AM
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My Dear Poirot
I feel terrible that I forgot, completely forgot, to come wish you the best day possible for your vet visit on Thursday. Not only did you have a long ride, but the whole experience of being looked over, poked, prodded, and likely pickled in a towel is nothing to get excited about. If only I'd been here to send you offer with a few Kelly~Kisses and the assurance that my thoughts would be traveling along with you. But I messed up and I'm so sorry. I hardly deserve to ask how the visit went or if you have any new information on your situation. Was the spot on your face there so it could be examined? Sometimes things heal up just when you need them to be there so the doc can have a look, and then of course, the problem area reappears once you're back home.

It makes my heart feel all fuzzy to hear that you've been spending time talking, pickling and bathing. Those would all indicate you're feeling better these days. Just what I've been wishing for! In the last 24 hours I've rediscovered the joy of FLYING anywhere I want to be! How wonderful it feels. The first time I discovered the ability was when that puggly thing stood up against the perch I was on and tried to smell my tail. Although she has a long ways to go before she can reach up that high, I took off for higher ground just to be sure. The decorated cabinet top was not a place for little grey birds so I was relocated to the back of a barstool, but the one chosen was not my favorite one so I flew to my choice. And so it begins... I can't be left alone for even 30 seconds and I'm over there on the kitchen counter, scouting for what might make a lovely noise when it hits the tile floor. Aren't I a pill!

I'm not sure if I've told you or perhaps you know via some other means but Flash the 'Too has been here visiting for nearly two weeks now. Willow went up for what was to be a visit with Uncle Chuck but because Flash is doing so well here, getting along with all of us (he spends most of his time on my cage which I'm fine with because he actually lets me still use my cage) and Willow is willing to let Uncle Chuck love on her all he wants, it's officially been decided that Flash is staying here and Willow is staying there. Saber will be disappointed in this arrangement though as he really liked Willow. Pooor Saber.

Well, enough prattle out of me. I'm so happy to get to write a note to you, I can't stop talking!

Hope you have a Cool Cool Cool day.

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