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Date:10/31/2014 6:59:03 PM
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Hi Taz!
I got to go to bird club with mommy yesterday. My friends seemed happy to see me, and I was happy to see them. I enjoyed being passed around. It was fun, until mommy had my nails and beak trimmed! I did not enjoy getting held down, and I broke a blood feather in the towel! When I was done, all I wanted to do was cuddle.

I am still terrified of my stand. Mommy tried to put Peatree on it so I could see another bird on it, but Pea was also terrified of it. AND we also found out that that the cockatoo that had it before us wouldn't use it either! Is it an evil stand? Grandpa is going to take the big colorful ladder and swing off of it, and see if that makes me less afraid of it.

Hugs, Jester
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