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Date:9/20/2014 11:13:03 PM
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Thank goodness you found me. There are moments I feel like I'm lost but when old friends show up I start to feel like maybe I'm not as lost as I thought I might be. You're so right about there being a lot to look around at here AND keep an eye on. I've never had so much to keep track of in my entire life except maybe those few days at IPR. Those were some chaotic ones. I'm honestly getting more comfortable here with Aunt Denise and the McFlock. I suppose it helps a little that I've been to this place before, even stayed for about a week once, but still, it's all pretty strange to STAY here and not go back home with Dad and Jenny when they leave. Of course Jen seemed pretty wrapped up in that little Ziggy guy. Guess that's a good thing. I'd hate to think of her up there pining away for my company. It's better that she's got somebirdie new to shower her attention on. I've got Alfie now. Ha! No, really, the Zon guy spends a lot of his day parked on the front of my cage. He even steps inside on the lower level and helps himself to some morsel of food I've dropped and haven't yet picked up. What it is with me and green birds anyway? I seem to attract them.

You're right about me soaking up a lot of sun since moving here. Whatever it is that's made me okay with stepping into the travel cage has saved my butt from complete boredom. Otherwise I'd just be stuck in the house all the time while the rest of the gang goes out to lounge in the parrot pen, eat out and play in the water. I know a good thing when I see it and going outside is worth the questionable risk of getting into a travel cage. Aunt Denise has recently upped the stakes though; she now puts her arm out in front of the carrier and I have to step over it to get in. I think I've touched it a couple of times but nobody's making a big deal about it. Wonder what will happen when I don't have the reward of some sunshine as the motivation for climbing aboard. Time will tell.

Rusty, you're a pal, hiking all the way over here to visit me. Thanks for doing that. That part about my being the epitome of looks and smarts and all that stuff, are you sure? I've always thought it was you who set the bar high when it comes to bravado and self-assuredness. I need more of that in my life. Come up here and show me how its done! And oh, that part about being happy for the McIntyre family, I get the feeling they feel pretty lucky to have me here. That puts a feather in a guy's hat, for sure.

Always your Pal. Always.

Arthur Alex
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