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Date:10/31/2014 2:20:55 AM
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Good Morning Romeo and Family!
I bet you started this day with a rousing chorus to both celebrate a new day and the fact that it's Friday and you're about to have your mom home for a couple of days. She does take the weekend off, doesn't she? She's such a devoted worker I can picture her being tempted to give her projects extra time.

Thanks for watching the video of the bird rooms here. Believe it or not, I used to live in that bigger room, right along side all those bigger birds! There were only six of us 'Tiels then and six 'Keets so we weren't quite the crowd we are now. Of course there couldn't be any plants in the room because we'd never be able to keep our beaks off them. We had an array of tiny branches clustered in one spot over open floor where we hung out and played most of the time but of course we perched on RaneBeau's cage too. He's the only one in the bunch that didn't mind our company. Kelly preferred we stayed off her space. She would lean out and poke us in the tail if we parked in her space for too long. We all know to just stay off Saber's cage. He doesn't give warnings. Alfie the Amazon, well, he doesn't mind our company either but Kelly sort of patrols his cage too so that's in the stay away zone. With the smaller room, mom doesn't have to worry about our safety anymore and keeping R's cage clean is much easier. And the plants are happy because they get to live in the warmest room of the house and get misted all the time, something they can't enjoy when in the living room on carpet.

Okay, enough out of me. I'm off to shred one of the baskets that's been hung up in my room. Have a wonderful weekend! And thanks again for watching the video.

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