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Date:10/31/2014 11:40:07 AM
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Hello Charles
Levalla here. Sorry it's been so long getting back. Mom has been so busy making jams and doing yard stuff and just this last few days tummy flu. Sure don't like it when she's that way. Anyway, I was caged with Dulsay Cloud until we were at each others heads pulling feathers and really going at it so mom separated us. Then she was reading that we girls shouldn't be together unless in a major huge cage where guys can be housed in big flocks. We girls are a bit fussier and tempermental. hehe Mom says that the mental part is more like it. She was reading that either 2 guys if you want company or a female but that always leads to chicks. For me just a good looking guy like you would do.
Talking of good looking. Are you a show budgie? You sure have all the markings. Mom says I'm shaped more like a canary than budgie, but trust me, I'm ALL budgie! I'm just petite.
Hope you fly by again. v4u
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