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Date:9/22/2014 1:29:36 PM
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Hi Chico
So did the feathers just fall out when you were flying around? I like to flap my wings and that is usually how my feathers fly out too. Yep that one little white feather and mom always keeps that one but again she keeps them all. Oh mom got the one pair of socks done and has been working on a second pair already but the cards have been keeping her occupied so no crocheting time lately. Boy yesterday was down right cold here all day and those snow flurries kept dancing in the wind. One good thing it helped keep the parronts home all day. I think dad was getting cabin fever though and was glad to go to the trail a bit today when it warmed up some. I think mom was glad to get him out a bit so she could get her work done with out stepping over him LOL. “Make new friends, but keep the old. For one is silver and the other is gold.” V4U…Your kissing cousin, Chi chi.
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