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April 21, 2010


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I've got a couple of the same little boxes-with-holes-on-poles, and there's a bluebird sitting on the front porch of one of them right now! You're in for a treat! Plus, they eat bugs, which is always good (if you're a person, and you're talking about birds).

How will you ever find someplace as cool to live as where you are now! Oh! move here! Chris has bluebirds in her yard! The commute wouldn't be that much longer for the Chief....

Hey, we just watched Field of Dreams the other night! We have robin eggs in our pine tree. I fear they are a little too vulnerable to the neighborhood cat, however.

Aunt Eileen, let me know what happens. It always bothered me that I never saw a bluebird at home. Lots of bluejays but no bluebirds. I'm still keeping my eye out thinking that maybe one day I'll get the opportunity.

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