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Date:10/26/2014 12:58:43 AM
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Good morning, Mr. Cutie!
Did you have sweet dreams last night in your shamrock tent? I sure hope so. Mine dreams were of this wonderful Sunnie who gives me this nicest good night kisses every single evening. You are simply the sweetest, Martini! I just love you so much.

Something tells me that if you and I were together in the same room, things would definitely get loud. But then too, I bet we'd eventually get all quiet and stuff as we just sit there and look at each other, admiring the top quality Sunny features. You asked about Jensen being noisy, oh my yes, he's about as bad as I am, but for shorter bursts of time. Zoren is the next loudest but his racket comes at a moment of panic, like when the hawk flies by our window. He gets in on the morning and evening contact call fest Jensen and I have to do. Kirby, he couldn't be noisy if you squeezed him! He's got a little squeak but Jensen and I laugh at how tiny it is. Paige is Kirby's new buddy. She's been with us for a year in April. She's so pretty — she's a Fancy Yellow-sided conure. There are pictures of her and Kirby and well as a third little surprise conure named Felix. He was an unexpected arrival to the flock. The three GCC together can't make near the racket I can, and you know what? I'm proud of that fact. Honestly tho, I'm not loud all the time, just like I'm sure you're not either. The other day I was out on mom's shoulder and didn't make a peep which she said was nice, and that her ear appreciated being spared a squawk right in it. As for being a part of a large flock, well, it has its perks I suppose but I assure you, there are lots of times I sit and stare out the window, fantasizing about what it must be like to be the one and only. *sigh* Speaking of flockmates, did I tell you that I've been a very nice girl to a pair of the cockatiels? They decided they wanted to lay some eggs in the bottom of my cage and guess what? I didn't mind them doing that! I let them come and go as they please, I leave them be when their under my papers and even let them drink out of my water dish. Sometimes I have to get down on the floor to do a little paper shredding but they know I won't bother their little eggs so they don't do that hissing thing that they do to any others that want to look under the papers. Mom tells me she's so proud of me for being such a sweet hostess to the 'Tiel couple. Of course their eggs are never going to hatch because, sshhhhhh, they've been switched out for fake ones. I think they've figured it out now because they aren't sitting on them as much now. In fact, today, they both ducked under the curtain between my room and the big bird room and went out there to hang with some of the other 'tiels.

Oh my, I've been rambling on forever! I'd best let you go. Thanks so much for the kisses you send me each night. I love them!

Kisses to you ~ XXxxXXxx

Your girl, RIZA •v•
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