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Date:10/30/2014 8:21:44 AM
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`Ü´ Greetings and Good Evening My Mr Rio ®!
Well! It has been a couple of evenings since I have been able to garner the services of my somewhat scattered parrotsonal secretary … My Momma! (PLEASE don’t tell her I said that. She may consider me ungrateful and be hesitant to continue helping me in my Quest to create a Renaissance of Featheriendships!)

It seems that Birdie BazeBol, and this being its Season end, takes precedent over my correspondence needs and I have little if any influence over righting that priority. Be that as it may, I DO have some influence in the area of inspiring guilt in Momma’s heart and I believe I have had the desired effect this evening!

Although I must say, it WAS a near miss. Just as Momma and I were about to sit down at the computer together and get started, little fister Riley began go raise the most unsettling ruckus! She was in her cage just across from Momma’s desk and all of a sudden she began squawking and screaming and making the most disturbing of noises! Together with these panic stricken calls, she was flailing and flapping and struggling fiercely.

Momma immediately rushed to her aide to discover that she had gotten her neck caught in the top of her boing, where the cotton roping had apparently slipped down the wire foundation of the boing, eggsposing the open wire itself with nothing covering it. Momma had a terrible time trying to lay hands on little Riley’s head to free her from the confines of the wire. And then she was eggstremely concerned that Riley may have injured herself in some way that was not immediately evident.

So it was an emergency call to the local vet to have her checked out and I was returned to my cage to await Momma’s return both to inform us of Riley’s condition and to find out if I would be able to make my visits this evening. Thankfully, on both counts, everything is fine. Dr Barry looked Riley over thoroughly and gave her a clean bill of health, which greatly relieved Momma and everybirdy else in The K Kritter Korral. And before Momma and I could resume my correspondence, time needed to be taken to remove the errant boing from Riley’s cage, and to find other perching materials to take its place. (The boing now resides in The K Kritter Korral Refuse Kontainer!)
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