Thursday, 4 December 2014

December 4th - Anna Violet

#W8PAdvent

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12 comments:

  1. The wind was strong. Stork let go of Mother Quail's precious gift! Fox tried to catch it but it flew away... @MotherGoutte #W8PAdvent

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  2. Furry fox in dotty socks
    Spots a box & licks his chops
    Fairy flutters up above
    Bringing gifts of festive love

    @JennyWriteMoore #W8PAdvent

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  3. Christmas: A time of goodwill to all. Little Red Hen teased Sly Fox with the gift, but would he stomach rock buns? #W8PAdvent @debbiecoope

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  4. Nothing for me this year, sighs Fox. But just in time, the postman knocks ... #W8PAdvent @anonymoss

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  5. There were no presents this year. A single lonely letter hung from the battered tinsel tree. Happy Christmas. @riewriting #W8PAdvent

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  6. What's in the box?
    Pleaded the fox.
    A tasty treat,
    For me to eat?

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    1. Welcome to the Advent frivolity, Alistair!

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  8. Foxy jumped for joy and opened his jaws when Santa dropped by. 'Hmmmm, gingerbread, my favourite!'
    #W8PAdvent @GeorgeKirk

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  9. Nothing from Santa this year (Fox had been VERY naughty) so a chicken-flavoured gift tag would just have to do. @whoatemybrain #W8PAdvent

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  10. Wait for me, turkey! I just want to tell you how delicious, how Christmassy & lip-smackingly good you look! #W8PAdvent @nancyesaunders

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  11. Robin finally managed to lure Fox away from the nest with a box of old turkey bones @mcrogerson #W8Padvent

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