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Date:9/23/2014 9:29:56 PM
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Hi Toby!
How was the 4th of July for you? It was one loud and nerve-wracking day here. The new neighbors next door had the biggest party ever, with cars parked up and down both sides of the road, and lots of them even edging their way onto our yard in desperation for a place to park. They were all a very nice group of people but it had us birds on edge since they kept blasting off fire crackers and other very load things. They played the music sort of loud (Dad said is was fine because it was mostly music he liked anyway) and played games that made lots of racket (horseshoes and basketball), all of which made us cockatiel keep our crests up all day with worry. Luckily once it was really dark, it got quiet. I think the group all went to town to see the big firework show. Shoo... thank goodness it's a year now until the next 4th of July.

Hope yours was less stressful than mine!

Your pal,
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