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Date:10/21/2014 9:55:42 PM
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Good Evening Miss Angel! I Was So Very Happy see you come to my page and offer up playing for my team. Mom has just finished sending her youngest back to Australia, where her daughter, Shanna lives. She's a bit forlorn but we birdies are greyt at distracting her from her gloomy thoughts right now.

As for your nickname, it has been my experience that many times they are given to us by those around us. Those friends who know us best. I'm just starting to get to know you & much of my character comes from Mom's father. Southern Gentleman all the way. I refer to most ladybirds by "Miss" or "Ms." to make sure that they understand my respect. Mom tried to explain to me that playing baseball throws those rules out the door!!! I'm somewhat confused by "why" that is but Mom says it puts the females in the same "playing field" as the male birdies. So, even though I would address you as Miss Angel after practice, as a coach I may refer to you as "Angel Girl" get your keester moving faster around those bases! THAT'S IT!!!" Now, to call you "thunderbird" will come when I can hear the crack of your bat and it sends that ball into outer space! But part of baseball is the mental game that starts before a bird evens sets a foot onto the diamond. So, what we refer to you as "Thunder Bird" could make a parrot take a big gulp as you get up to bat. And that's a GOOD Thing! As I see it, both names should be used and at the appropriate times that they could be used.

Welcome to the team! I don't know what we'll be called but we'll think of something! Maybe we could get our noggins (southern for "heads") together & come up on a good one! Hugs to you & your flock, SamIAm
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