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Date:9/23/2014 2:15:39 PM
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Hi Harry - Sorry about the mix-up with your mom and if the boy was a son or brother ... Human relations are sometimes very confusing!!! Mom has never thought about her jewerly being "bird-safe" before. I guess that its a good thing that she doesn't wear earrings very much! So are there safe metals or matierals for birds when making/buying jeweraly? I think plastic pony beads would be safe as they are in bird toys ... Well, today I have not been very happy. The walls are being redone and painted - the BIG summer job - and so my cage was moved on the table ... its lower here but at least I can watch the wall paper being taken off the walls! However, that razor blade is noisy and I want to teach it lesson but it is so very sharp!

Nutmeg :)
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