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Date:11/24/2014 6:25:59 AM
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Falco, Willie, and Gizmo
pop into the pie shop with today's order. We don't know where Tooth is, we haven't seen him since mom got home. Have you seen or heard from him?
Today the birds bring in 3 trays of assorted muffins, 3 trays of breads, a tray of fritters, apple, cauliflower, and corn flavored, and 2 trays of St. Patrick's day cookies, shamrocks, pipes, leprechauns, etc. most of which have green or green and white icing. There are a few, however, that have red and purple icing on them. Falco explains to Lucky that the doves thought they would be creative with the icing, and without Tooth there to guide them in the right direction, well, let's just say they got carried away. After the delivery, the 3 birds go into the Divo lounge for a nice breakfast. Falco orders some smoothies to take back home to Millie and Lily. See you Friday, they all out as they leave.
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