Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Advent 13th December

Emma Graham

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7 comments:

  1. Let's build a winter hedgehog,
    A snowy lookalike,
    Help me fix his prickle sticks -
    A twig for every spike.

    @JennyWriteMoore #W8PAdvent

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  2. Hurry up! Mum's going to notice we're not in bed any minute and we'll be in BIG trouble! #W8PAdvent @evangelinecluck

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    1. Haha, was just about to belatedly write something almost identical, but you've nailed it better, Claire :-)

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  3. Huddled round the snow hog,
    The hedgehogs loved his prickles,
    "I bet he likes his hedge-hugs too...
    Though he'd be hard to tickle!"

    @hellopipski

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  4. Aw thank you all for your lovely mini stories!

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  5. Outside in the snow, the playmates were freezing,
    “Stop tickling my nose!” said the Snedgehog- sneezing!
    #W8PAdvent @FrancesTosdevin

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  6. Outside in the snow, the playmates were freezing,
    “Stop tickling my nose!” said the Snedgehog, sneezing,
    #W8PAdvent @FrancesTosdevin

    I'm confused.... my tweets keep being taken down! This is the second or third time I have posted this and it has gone up, but then been removed? Any reason?

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