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Date:4/16/2014 6:01:07 AM
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My Dearest Turtle Bird
Whatever happen to the days when you and I exchanged a note or two each and every week? Those were the days! I myself am making only about two appearances on the BC each week, due in part to my human's foolish undertaking of extracurricular interests and an influx in menial labor of late. And here I was looking forward to the winter months for their supposed surplus of indoor time, time that I thought was to be spent communicating with friends far and near. *peph* Yeah, like that hasn't happened. I suppose, since I have the chance to visit with you, I'd best get to visiting. I've spent the last couple of months working on growing in some serious flight feathers and exercising the wings up and down the hallway, back and forth between kitchen and dining room, and of late, diving off the loft, swooping through the same said dining room and back into the kitchen. What a glee party it's been. Becuase I opted to make take some of these flight paths when actually being transported to other undesired destintations (my cage) I was issued a warning stating that my flight license was about to be revoked ifb the self-made flight plans weren't cancelled. No could do. Had to be me; free! And so went the wing tips, my altitude capabilities, and the fun. Now it's back to holding out a foot in a gesture of demoralizing begging, hoping to hitch a ride to the places I used to jolly well take myself. Ahh, the trials and tribulations of a Pet Bird. This Pet has made a recent discovery, aside from mom's not kidding about the wing trimming; I like pomegranate seeds! I'd say I enjoy eating them just for the joy it is to fling the crimson juice all over the place but that aside, I really like the taste. Another unique fact is that I seem to be the only one in the birdroom who has a fondness for the fruit. It's something I can call all my own! While a few seeds are put into every birdies' bowl, if they don't eat them within a short time, I get them all! Little by little I'm taking an interest in fresh foods, something I think mom thought I was going to chose to avoid for eternity. What I'm hoping is that it won't be an eternity before I'm able to make it back to your page and leave you another note, a little update, proof that I think of you and miss you dreadfully. I can only hope that all is well with you and your family. Sending kisses from K *v*
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