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Date:4/16/2014 1:32:17 PM
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Dorian!!
I have learned that in preparation for the reading of your notes, one must hold on tight to their perch so they don't fall over backwards from laughing so hard! You slay me! Not literally, just figuratively.

And OH! There's a correction I must make. In my Turkey Day note I made a huge error in omitting an "N" and apostrophe and a "T", as in "Kirby isN'T one of the attack conures. He might like to be but he's just not big enough. Were he to land on any of us bigger birds, he'd only feel like a mere fly, a tiny annoying insect bumping up against us. That fact right there gets him so riled, it's a wonder he doesn't jump on us just to be annoying. Anyway, please note the error and credit Kirby a point. It's the other three conures that have no use for us bigger birds save for a punching bag, a trampoline and a teething ring. Or should that be a beaking ring? And goodness, if your scientists come up with a GMC (genetically modified conure) strain, please, I repeat PLEASE don't let my foes in the next room know. I don't need them buffed up and weighing 24 lb. They're heavy enough as 4 oz missiles! Why my mom loves those three, I'll never understand.

Any luck on that Dorian House construction project? Imagine the bliss of having your own private place where quiet was the norm and you could hear your own thoughts without having to really concentrate. Oh wait, you have spent time imagining it; that's why you WANT IT! Yeah, me too, Buddy. Me too. Only I want the additional housing to be for the 4 oz turkeys. I want to stay in the house, thank you very much.

How are things around home these days? How's the newly married skin-sis? Settled into her new life just fine? Do you still see Beaker and Jelly Bean on occasion? Our neighbors we met here on the BC have been down to visit a couple of times here recently with an Orange-winged Amazon and an African Grey in tow. I believe you've met Arthur Alex from baseball days. He comes and hangs out for an afternoon, not saying a word or moving around much, which I know is not at all what he's like at home! I wish he would be comfortable enough to open up a bit more while he's at my house because I love to hear him say "I'm gonna smack your little butt!" That one makes me laugh every time, as does my mom.

Hope your November is winding up nicely and the next holiday is looking to be a merry one.

Thank you for stopping by.

Kelly *v*
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