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Date:10/26/2014 1:40:07 AM
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Hello from Twilight
How are you and your people doing? One of the first Lovebirds my Grandma had was a little blue hen named Blue Skies. She was from a petshop and was terribly nervous and afraid to be touched. It took Grandma over a year to win enough of Blue's confidence to let her pick her up. If anyone else tried or put their fingers too close Blue would bite them - hard!
I'll bet that if your person keeps showing you how safe you are and is gentle with you, you will become friends too.
The daytime outside here is in the low 40s now so I am getting ready to move to my winter spot inside the main house, near the inside wall, away from the chilly windows. Does your flock do that too?
The snow is down to the upper hillside now so it will probably be in my yard sometime in the next week or so. Snow looks like fluffy feathers but it sure isn't warm like they are. Lovebirds don't like the cold!

Happy flying!

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