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Date:9/20/2014 7:55:48 AM
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Hi Skeeter,
today, mum has got an amazing story to tell you!
It's about the black too's again!
She's NEVER seen them feeding on the ground & thought, they never come down, but today she saw them right down in the grass, eating the fallen cones from the trees!
She went right up to them, some flew away, but 2 little ones stayed & looked straight at her! She reckons they were babies, b/c their beak was a flesh color. They were soooooooooo cute! Perfect photo moment AGAIN, but where was the camera???? She's kicking herself, b/c who knows, will they ever come down again?
Later on, when she was cooking, she gave me the stem of a red chilli, with a bit still on it...boy, was that yummy, i ate it all without blinking! I wonder why mum didn't want to kiss me afterwards?
V4u & a big hug,
Jivu ♥
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