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Date:10/31/2014 2:47:54 PM
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Hey Josh
The milongas sound like lots of fun and I'm really looking forward to going with you. Mom was eggcited your mom likes corvids too and she was interested in the book. Mom read one called Gifts of the Crow that had much the same info. Mom has her jay buddies outside that come to let her know when it's time for more peanuts. Today, when she was outside filling feeders, a jay sat in the oleander right in front of her and started to chirp and warble a little and she said it was so sweet. She had never heard one do that before, it was great. Mom's kinda weird that way - we talk and she doesn't think anything of it, no, but some old scrub jay "talks" to her and she's all jazzed. What's up with that?
Well, Josh, any time you want to stop by and visit or play, I've got toys to share and treats too. Do you make toothpicks?
Love and wing hugs - v4u
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