“Jesse appears to have left us early,” remarked Harriett. “I have not seen him for a week.”
“Abigail is spending all her time with us at the Taj Mahal. Sometimes, the very aggressive and strongest juveniles leave their nest early. I suspect Jesse has found nest with a pretty young female 10 month old.
Ozzie is not crazy about Abigail, but he is tolerant, tolerant and impressed. Not only can she provide for herself, but she brings back extra to the nest almost every day.
“Abigail is good for David,” thought Ozzie.
Just yesterday she brought back a Spanish mackerel, the first one they’ve had all summer. It was darn good too. Since then they have had several, all brought home by Abby. You can see their spines in the nest.
“She has one heck of a squawk,” thinks Ozzie.
“It seems like every time I turn around her beak is going. She can talk about anything and everything. Why is her voice louder that everyone else? I personally think it’s very annoying, but David does not seem to mind.”
Abigail reminds Ozzie of his great aunt Bertha who talked nonstop and never said anything.
“I need to tell you what to expect,” said Harriett. “I don’t want you lovely readers to be shocked or upset over what might happen in the next 4 to 6 weeks.”
“I would start tonight, but the doctor has just crawled out of bed and plans to usurp the computer. Well, I guess I can’t complain; after all, it is his computer. I was having a good time practicing my telekinesis. The most important thing is to encourage and promote the Doctor’s health. Without him The Mission will be a Mission Impossible.