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Date:10/31/2014 3:59:08 AM
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Hey Josh
So, Parrot in Chief? Tell ya, couldn't be worse. Your mom should totally write that book!
Hm, frother Blue gettin' a little one on one with the parronts, sounds like he could use that doncha think? Bet once he's preening on his own, things will go back to normal for all y'all.
Did we miss something? We didn't know your mom hurt herself. It's good nothing is broken, um, whatever that might be. Take good care of her Josh. She could probably use some extra wing huggin', feathered attention.
Our mom fell over a chaise on the patio last Sunday and re broke her toe, same one as last summer, smashed her knee (pain, big bruise) and her shin (big knot, huge bruise) and has been nursing it ever since. Was it something like that? Tell ya, we wonder about mom sometimes...
Anyway, we wish your mom a speedy recovery!
Can't wait for Saturday, Josh!
Love and wing hugs,
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