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Party Parrots Week 4

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Hopefully, this works did it all on my iPhone & with pencils/crayons/paper as I’m traveling.

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1. Once upon a time an egg was taken from Brazil to the USA into captivity.

2. The egg grew up into a parrot and every day would perform cheesy show tunes.

3. Until one day a Hurricane hit.

4. The hut was destroyed the trainer was dead! The goal was now survival. Also the change for freedom!

5. Hits low point of mania unsure what to do where to go. Plucks her feathers out.

6. Because she looked wounded she is captured again.

7. She stops pulling and starts to race herself to escape to freedom.

8. Ever since that day she has been flying free with her bright feathers full of joy & song.

9. The moral is to be yourself and embrace your uniqueness to fly freely. Love yourself.

EDIT: 4/4/22 for spelling grammar. I'm unable to adjust the video view. I'm unsure what happen to why it is tiny. On my Mac and iPhone it shows up full screen. Thank you for your patience.

EDIT: 4/5/22 Needed to upload it again unable to match color correction had to do some other colors which I like better it's uploaded now. Thank you!

Party Parrots
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