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Date:10/31/2014 6:52:45 PM
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Hi cute face!
Looks like you've been gone for a while! Hope you're doing well and are having a great time. Wanted to tell you about the hawk that lives on our block who comes into our yard to stare into our window, hoping to figure out how to get at the parrot smorgesbord! She actually sits on the ground outside the window and looks in, then flies up to the roof - guess she's looking for a way to get down into the room! Edla and I hide in our box when she does that and everyone goes veeeeery still. Mom had to go out and chase her away last week because we were all so upset. Gosh! Hunting parrots through a window! What will she try next? Guess times are hard for everyone. Sending love. . .Cheers! Teacake
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