Monday, 22 December 2014

December 22nd - Catherine Cooper

#W8PAdvent


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10 comments:

  1. Cor, what a splendid snowman,
    So frosty firm & fat,
    I'll have that splendid scarf of his
    & pinch his woolly hat

    @JennyWriteMoore #W8PAdvent

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  2. With his new scarf and hat Mr Crow felt confident enough to ask smart Miss Magpie out! @MotherGoutte #w8padvent

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    1. He'd be taking her somewhere where they can eat... he does a great shuffle dance in exchange for food!

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  3. The gift arrived with festive trappings soon removed by my unwrapping
    At first light of dawn, when quoth the ravern 'Wrap up warm'!
    #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk2

    Too long tpo tweet I'm afraid, I may be back to this one.

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    1. Ah! He certainly likes to wrap up warm... apparently his feathers are TOG 24!
      Thanks George.

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  4. He stared at the others decked in costumes, realizing he had misread the “dress up” request.

    #W8PAdvent @JLBlanck

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  5. Knit 2, purl 2 says the crow,
    Finishing the last row.
    See, l've got it down pat,
    I've made my own scarf and hat.
    #W8PAdvent @debbiecoope

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  6. also... thank you Jennifer and Debbie... Camelin is very flattered he's been written about.

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  7. The haughty penguin sniffed,
    The haughty penguin sighed.
    Truly he loved Christmas,
    But kept that fact inside!

    @AlistairLane #w8padvent

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