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Date:11/28/2014 4:35:26 AM
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Hiya, Lola and Layla ! (Ö>
I must say, it’s been a rather quiet day here in Charleston. Givin’ Mom and Dad the day off to relax and spend some time together in honor of Mom’s HatchDay and Dad’s good report from his Back Surgeon just may have been the best ‘Mom’s HatchDay present’ the flockily ever got! When I said it was quiet around here today, I meant MOM was quiet! She and Dad took walks on the Greenway. And Mom had girlfriends take her out to lunch…TWICE…TODAY! And she even said she’d gather all the tour info for our ‘Love Struck-est Birdie Couple’ that’s visitin’ tomorrow, so I don't hafta. (That means Yours Truly gets the night off too!) ~~ Here’s a little sample of what we’re gonna be getting’ into with them tomorrow. Picture this: “Green-yellow tea plants reach into the distance at the Charleston Tea Plantation as a green harvester slowly makes its way down one row, gently cutting the youngest leaves from atop the bushes to make them into American Classic tea. Tea at the plantation is harvested from late April through October, with the harvester gathering in a day what it would take 500 laborers to do by hand.” Does that sound cool, or WHAT?! I hope y’all will make sure and stop by my page tomorrow and say “Hi” to our guests. It sure is fun watchin’ the looks on their faces when they hear that all their f[eathe]riends have been leavin’ messages for ‘em! And, o’ course, if anybirdy has a story to tell about the two of ‘em, be sure and let us know about that too. Ya know how my mom is; likin’ to put that kinda thing on my page so’s all of us can get better acquainted! ~~ Now, about that ‘Social Event of the Season’ that I’ve been tauntin’ yas with for the past few days…Well, it has to do with THE last and most ‘Love Struck-est Birdie Couple’ on the BirdChannel right now. We’ve got somethin’ REALLY…R-E-A-L-L-Y special planned for them on Sunday. And I know that it’s gonna be on a Sunday, and the weekend, and all. But you’re just gonna HAFTA come by my page and see what’s happ’nin’!!! I can’t say any more than that (or Mom’s gonna KILL ME). But, trust me, you’ll kick yourself if ya miss it! ~~ Now, I hear I was MVP of the ‘Toos Vs Sennies’ baseball game yesterday. (And Mom thought I didn’t know anything about Baze Bol!) So I’ve got some celebratin’ o’ my own to get to. So I’m swingin’ the bat at your vote button on my way out! AaaaaAA!! Scream at ya again soon! CR Jake (Ö>"
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