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Date:9/22/2014 4:31:15 AM
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Hi, Peepers
Hmmmm, we see the woodpeckers occasionally, jays, robins and hummingbirds, but mostly the lil wrens and finches. Couple of mourning doves hang out too, but they aren't colorful either. At least the pidgeons and crows don't come by much either. You get to see lots of colorful wild birdies.

Yeah, a day or two of letting the housework lag isn't gonna hurt anything, especially if it's the vacuuming and the like that most birdies despise. Furball is scared of it too.

Okay, hope you've brought your roller blades or skates (helmet too) and we'll do that as a warm up instead of running since we don't have a game this week. CY at the 'tiel field later, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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