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Date:9/22/2014 6:34:24 PM
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Hi Kirby!
You sure are brave to be up so close to that stuffed moose! He is so big! I like all your Christmasy pics - you & Kelly are the most photogenic birds!
My skin aunt left yesterday at 4:30 am - my parronts took her to the airport. They had to take a neighbor for the same flight on Sunday so they are a little tired now. And today is my dad's b-day and I had a trip to the vet this morning - so it's been quite busy here. I don't really like anyone except my mom and I tolerate my dad so I didn't have anything to do with my skin aunt. She did give me some vanilla wafers and almonds which I graciously accepted! hehehe!

There is no problem with the team at all. You turned over a well-organized and pretty much filled up team and I've received all the numbers. We have only one cheerleader so I'm still looking for another one if you know of any conures that would like to do that. I finally got ahold of Petrie and asked if he wanted to be a reserve or cheer and he answered but didn't really say either so I've asked him again about a week or so ago and haven't heard back yet. So he would be the only one I don't have numbers for if he's going to play reserves.

Picabo is playing on the U2 team again and Scion has been asked to play on the Wonder Wings so it's going to be a busy season for our typist! Scion has never played before so he's quite eggscited.

The owl is doing very well and in his new aviary. He is eating well and allows his new dad to pet him with and without raptor gloves. He seems very happy to be outside again and have a large space to climb and hop around in. He doesn't seem to like his box but spends most of his time outdoors.

We had some bad weather and it was a little chilly for us, not for you though. As soon as my aunt left yesterday, of course it warmed right up! hehehe! I believe another little storm is due in a couple of days. We see that it's been super cold up north.

Our last horse crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Sunday. He was almost 30 years old and now he is with his lifelong friend Caramel and his goat friend Spot who both went to the bridge a little over a year ago. I'm sure he's giving good rides to all the bird friends at the RB too. He was a great guy and a great ride. And very spoiled of course!

Well, my typist is baking a cake for my dad so I need to do some supervision on that! Keep warm and here's a big beaky kiss for my favorite conure!
Love, Squeaks
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