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Alex, Queen for a Day Part 2
After watching a very exciting game, Queen Alex bids good day to her sisters and she and Ruby are escorted from the royal viewing box to the royal carriage, where they are taken back to the castle, to join the festivities that are already well under way.

Queen Alex and Ruby arrive at the castle and leave the carriage in the courtyard and begin mingling with the crowd. There’s Hunter, Mango, Cricket, Angel, Shannigans, Emily, Navajo, Kiddo, SweetPepper, Rainbow, Kelly, Bailey, Kirby and the McConures, Sunnybird and Sam and many others. Queen Alex greats each guest and welcomes them to the party. There is so much to see and do and eat that Queen Alex gets mixed up while looking for the ladies room and ends up going through the door to the dungeon.

The door closes behind Queen Alex and she misses a step and tumbles down the stairs to the bottom. “Ouch, this can’t be the ladies room”. She starts to walk and the light gets dimmer and dimmer. Soon she comes to a corridor and wonders which way to go. She looks to the left and to the right. Both directions are dark and she starts to get the feeling that she’s not alone. She can feel a presence coming closer and closer. She remembers Sunny’s situation and starts to panic. She looks straight ahead and sees a faint red glow. The same glow that Sunny described. She starts moving toward the red glow.

As she moves, she feels the presence getting closer and soon she can hear a low moaning sound. The sound is getting closer. Queen Alex starts to run but the moaning sound gets louder and louder until she can feel it’s hot breath down her back, as the moaning is now so loud that it is hurting her ears. Queen Alex, now in complete panic, stops, turns around, raises one leg and “HIEYAAAAAAH-WHAMMM!” kicks the presence right in the snoot. There is a loud crashing sound and all Queen Alex can hear is running footsteps and a loud cry; “MAMMA...MAMMA, WAAAAAHH”.

Queen Alex brushes off her feathers and yells down the hallway. “THAT WILL TEACH YOU TO SCARE LITTLE BIRDIES. THAT WAS FOR SUNNY!!” She turns and walks down to the red light, kicks the lever for the elevator and takes it up to the main kitchen. She then rejoins her guests.
Sunny and Chilli ask her where she had been and she just says, “I went to the ladies’ room”.

Now the evening is late and most of the guests have left. Some have claimed sleeping perches in the courtyard. Queen Alex escorts Ruby to the royal carriage for her ride home. “Thanks for spending the day with me, you’re a great friend. Queen Alex watches the carriage as it disappears into the night. She then makes her way back to her chambers and makes herself ready to pass the royal scepter to the next Bird of the Day, Stubby.
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