Wednesday, 4 December 2013

4th December - Julia Woolf

#W8PAdvent

 See the whole image and the growing Advent Calendar here.



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15 comments:

  1. last night my cat Comet and I flew to Lapland for the very first time and then we danced and sang in a Santa pantomime #W8PAdvent

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  2. Lovely! So glad you're enjoying this Sue!

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  3. Mum & Dad flapped in their seats like the turkeys on Mr Rogers' farm but Florence was determined to have Santa’s flute #W8PAdvent @jancarr

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  4. Happiness is Santa’s flute / A bulging bag of Xmas loot /
    A fellow elf to Dosey Doe / Dancing underneath the snow #W8PAdvent @JayeSeymour

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  5. Brilliant! Thank you Jennifer!

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  6. Thanks Jan. I only discovered the calendar today - it's beautiful. What a fantastic idea!

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  7. Love this hope you don't mind but its now on my phone as a wallpaper for today at least!

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  9. A piper plays. Boys, girls and elves all rush to join his dance as he leads them on into the Christmas mountain. #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk2

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    1. love it - spooky, foreboding! Or is that just me?

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    2. Maybe a little ;-) Am loving the advent calender, it is becoming my lunchtime ritual:-)

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    3. That's brilliant, George, really glad - I hoped it would inspire people!

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  10. The seat next to Sophia was still empty. Where had Grandpa gone? He was missing all the fun. Or was he? #W8PAdvent @claireQDuggie

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    1. ha! Wonderful, thank you Claire!

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