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Date:10/31/2014 12:47:01 AM
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Hello Peatree~
I hope you had a wonderful day! I had fun screaming and playing with some toys! It's about time for me to head off to the night cage but I really did want to come say hello to you first.
Sister was suppose to come home tonight but her flight from Pensacola was late so she got stuck in Atlanta because she missed the flight there! She won't be here until tomorrow morning now. I feel really bad that she has to spend the night at the airport by herself. I think it is going to be very boring. She has her Kendal with her so maybe she can read a book.
I hope you, mom and the flock are enjoying your summer vacation. Any more trips planned??
Sleep tight and sweet dreams!
Bedtime hugs and a vote~
Love you ~ Sugar
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