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Date:9/21/2014 10:24:21 AM
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Hi Pearl & Silver
Guess maybe that squirrel was extra hungry to come back for more of the unripe sunflower seeds.Grandpa said he still hasnt seen any critters go after his sunflowers.
We did get a earthquake here about 4 or 5 years ago.Mom had just put me to bed and was in bed herself when she heard me flapping all around like I do when I fall off my perch.Well she came running and turned the light on and uncovered me and opened my door and out I leaped on her.She held me for awhile then put me back to bed.The next day on the news she heard we had a earthquake that hit just about the same time she heard all my comotion.I felt it but she didnt feel a thing.
I had a better night last night no frights so that was good.
Still plenty of time to get that new fall picture made.Whats your moms new knitting project?Have a goodnight my friends.
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