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Last Post 23-09-2009 10:17 PM by  Ann Conway
I went to a birshow in carlisle
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23-09-2009 7:01 PM

    hi everyone

    i had a great day in carlisle at a birdshow

    i met lots of new people and birds and had loads of fun.

    When we got there i helped donna put all the posters up and got things ready, i met rick and shell and dawn and yvonne and i forgot everyone elses name, except for ann and joe cos they have to see me all the time  .

    the birds were great i held shells macaw first max, he was so heavy on my arm but he was lovely, shell liked my two teddy macaws too so i think someone needs to buy her one for christmas

    charlie the senegal was so cute i could have took him home, and when rick put barney in his jumper to keep him warm that was cute too.

    I saw a dog there aswell that i wanted but mum said NO

    it rained alot but still had a good time

    want to go to another one soon

    love mary xxxxx

    love all my birdies and my cat to the sky and back :)
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    23-09-2009 8:01 PM

    I think this forum should be renamed Mary's Forum!!! You are the only young person who comes on here MAry!

    So pleased you enjoyed the show, bet you can't wait for another one!!

    It's only through understanding the normal can you better understand the abnormal.....
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    23-09-2009 8:06 PM
    Mary,

    I'm glad you enjoyed the show. I've met Max as well, and I know what you mean about him being heavy! I'm pleased that the wet weather didn't dampen your enthusiasm
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    23-09-2009 8:36 PM

    Hi Mary

    Good to hear you had a great time at the show.  I did too.  It was lovely to meet you and your gang.  Reckon you should work on your mother, the dog was a right cutie!! 

    Hopefully see you soon.

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    23-09-2009 10:07 PM

    Hi Mary, you were a great help at the show.I don't think I could have managed to put up all those posters and signs without your help. Some boys and girls are scared of parrots but when they saw you with Max and Charlie they were brave enough to come closer and even hold one.Barney was cute snuggled in with Rick but at least Rick still got to wear his jumper not like your poor Dad who had to just wear his t-shirt because you stole his jumper

    Look forward to seeing you again soon

    lots of love

    Donna xxxxxxx

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    23-09-2009 10:17 PM
    Glad you enjoyed yourself Mary,I can see it wont be long before you join your mum as an aco for birdline.Well done babe x
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