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Friday Fotos: A Bird on the Handrail

I met this little guy today at the Logan Circle Whole Foods.  He was guarding the grocery cart that I wanted.   He waited patiently for me to root around in my purse for my camera, and after I took a few, I left him there and selected a different cart for my fruits and veggies - all of the 0-point foods on the new Weight Watcher's plan. 

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Comment balloon 23 commentsPatricia Kennedy • December 17 2010 10:49PM
Friday Fotos: A Bird on the Handrail
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