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Date:9/18/2014 11:58:59 AM
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Sam bows to Queen Tango. Good Evening your Majesty! I had a feeling you were going to be "Queen for the Day"! Yes, a little birdie told me so, but it was NOT one of those nasty squawk-a-tiels! THOSE are nothing but pests! But today, I do hope they stayed away from you having a nice time in the Castle.

I hear that you have a lost little green cheek who was deliberately "shooed" out of their cage. I will pray that they are found again, at least, by a compassionate person or taken in by some of the native flocks of birds like sparrows & such to be a part of their flock. Not to be alone right now would be a good thing. Please express my concerns to your friend.

Since it seems this party is winding down, would you please allow me to take you to the Ballroom where the party is going strong? The band is marvelous & I'm sure the maestro will allow a "tango" dance for a Tango Queen! Shall we? Sam takes Queen Tango by her wing tip feathers and escorts her to the ballroom where the music is loud and the dance floor is crowded with birds dancing in every way imaginable.

Sam leads Queen Tango out to the middle of the room when the lights dim and a spot light washes down over Queen Tango & SamIAm. Sam nods to the band & a upbeat latin tune begins to play. Sam takes Queen Tango by her waist & strokes gently to the end of her other wing with his own then clutching it firmly. They begin to dance with their legs intertwining but never touching. Fast & quick steps are made as they dance in a circle & Queen Tango performs magnificently! Sam takes her by one of her wings and lifts the wings as Queen Tango spins perfectly underneath them. Sam does it one more time as they continue in motion & timely manner with the music. Sam takes Queen Tango back into his wings & pulls her to him as they both slide their left leg backwards into a long stretch along the floor, still maintaining Sam holding the Queen by her waist and wing tip feathers with his other wing. The music begins to slow down as they both quick step in circles slowing down to the music. They end with Queen Tango & SamIAm still holding wing tips, stretching the wings opened as wide as possible. They raise their wings together then both bow to the audience & band. Sam turns them, still holding Queen Tango's wing tip and bows to the other side. Queen Tango & Sam face each other and Sam bows to the Queen as the Queen curtseys to Sam. The ballroom erupts in applause and BRAVOS!!! SamIAm smiles at Queen Tango as another one of her noble subjects asks her for a dance. Queen Tango, dancing her night away & SamIAm waves his good-bye.
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