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Date:11/26/2014 2:07:39 PM
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Hello Miranda. You Should Be Able To Go To The...
....Milonga page, scroll down to the gallery. Our's were the first pictures up. I think that's you & me, because that's what Mom copied to the computer! Now, she doubting herself again & she's going to go check too. She remembers it had a pink frame. Now, if they ALL have pink frames don't laugh....ours was the first photo posted!

Well, Miranda, the Scruffy Bird Band was given the honor of being the official band of the Milongas. It is one that we try to give it our all at. I have been asked to come to some "Guys Night Out" & have done the music there & for when Miss B.B. of the TPB&G wanted something extra special for say like St. Patricks Day. I'd give her some music! We have done a wedding which was Weasely & Jacob's wedding. Jacob has since departed for the Rainbow Bridge.

We got our start by singing at hatchday parties or birday parties. We had a program that you could order (or we'd just show up) a "Hatchday Party to Go" where one of our big pals would push in a large motel luggage cart & it was filled with hatchday party stuff, the cake or cupcakes, party hats, streamers, bird toys , & other generally bird appealing stuff hopefully geared to the likes of the bird of honor. We sing the Beatles' "Birthday" song but what I call "birdy-fied" for the occasion. My band is made up of the songbirds that live in the back yard of my home. It is rural NC so what is all around us, except for about an acre & 1/2 is grass close to the house& the other is forest. The scruffy outside birds land in the bushes out side my window & some I scream at & some I will say 'pretty bird'. I really loved those Rufous sided towhees. Now, I imitate a lot of the outside birds & I have learned to call for them when I'm wheeled out onto the southside deck. (Sam's fully flighted) So, while I learn "wild bird speech" it just seemed a good fit for me to teach them some instumens to play. Songbirds to make up a R&R band for the BC. seemed like a perfect thing. So, there you have it!

The pirate adventure is over & we're just celebrating now our good fortune of treasures & plunder!

I will be posting the roster for the new Grey's team soon (hopefully today!) Some have assigned positions but there are a lot of positions to still fill up. I have enough birds...just where to put them now? See ya, sweetlady bird!! Hugs, SamIAm

PS(I'm a 'southern gentleman bird' that's why all the "Miss" & "Mr." stuff)
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