Ozzie, Harriett, Jesse, David and Abigail

It has been a peaceful weekend at the Taj Mahal.

Situated in the North River, 500 yards from the Doctor’s giant nest, where he lives with the Female Homo sapien that keeps him straight, O&H are on duty.







Taj Mahal August 2015

Telepathy between Harriett and the Doctor is clear and as fast as fiber optics.
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I think it can be said that the two of them have mastered the art. They have been discussing everything from the local weather to The Mission.

Jesse is following in Ozzie’s talon steps.  I would not be surprised if one day Jesse rivals his father’s reputation as the greatest fisherman on the Atlantic flyway.

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Abigail is spending much of her time with the Raptors at the Taj Mahal.  O&H have become quite fond of her.  Sure she can be hardheaded, stubborn and bird brained at times, but David has become smitten.  Harriett thinks it’s a good thing, but she worries about David’s lack of aggressiveness and fortitude.

“Could David ever defend his mate and nest against the likes of Ivan the Terrible?” She thinks.  It takes a tough bird to survive in this world.

Harriett thinks about her father.

“Talk about tough! You don’t know what tough means,” thought Harriett.

The Doctor has more to tell………….but not right now.


Harriet is typing away on the Doctor’s keyboard in an effort to catch his attention. Somehow, Harriet knew that her telekinesis would be necessary one day.

“Shoot!” thought Harriett. Why is the Doctor not responding to my Save the World telepathic thoughts?




About Harriett Raptor

Eight-year-old mother of five, fluent in telepathy, a possessor of genetic memory, a genius and scholar. Harriett holds the equivalent of a PhD in philosophy, biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, and the Homo sapiens’ concept of the humanities. Her understanding of mathematics and logic are beyond Homo sapiens’ current comprehension. Harriett is a thinker, a wise osprey, especially distinguished for her expertise in the Homo sapiens problem.
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