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Thanks to some human invention called Daylight Saving Time, we were awake early, but we still had our morning choir practice.
Once a year, Hu-Dad plays a mean trick and enters something called Daylight Saving Time where we have to get up an hour earlier. He seems to take great delight in waking us up, since the other 364 days of the year we usually wake him up. Go figure.
Anyway, we were sleepily hanging out on the deck when we decided it was time for morning choir practice.
We actually have practice several times a day, but morning always seems to be the most robust. After a night of sleeping indoors, it is a good way for us to let all of the woodland creatures know that we are back outside.
Also note that we have a long standing rule. If Hu-Dad has the video camera, we immediately stop singing. We know some of you are going to ask for a video, so we thought we would just explain why that doesn’t happen often.
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