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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Priceless!

Some days, the sights that meet my eyes are priceless. Yesterday on the school ground I saw a visiting "sibling" and she was so cute!

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Today in the Kindergarten class, I met some newborn chicks, and ones that were a titch older ~

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6 comments:

  1. It's moments like that that can make us smile and really 'lift' our day!
    Knowing Daffy's love of elephants the first two photos will surely delight her! xx

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  2. Look at those chicks, they are so sweet. I wish I didn't eat chicken? x

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  3. Flighty is so right!
    I WANT THAT OUTFIT! :o)
    How cute is that!
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    The chicks are lovely. My daughter and I go quite regularly to a nearby farm where we get to cuddle chicks and lambs and bunnnies and gerbals. I once posted about it but sadly the pictures are long gone to goodness know wherever Wordpress flushed them too!
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    We should have a special day whereby we all go to work in Elephant Outfits! How cool would that be.
    Daffy
    (I'm not signed in....sorry)

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  4. Now that's a costume Daffy would love! Wonder if they make a grown-up version....

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  5. Flighty ~ Yes, it was indeed a lift to see that little elephant dancing around ~ she's three years old, I think. One thing about working at a school, there are surprises everyday ~ and lots of laughter.
    I did think of Daffy when I saw the cute little elephant!

    Louise ~ LOL ~ When one sees chicks, it doesn't bear thinking about a chicken dinner! Quite right!

    Daffy ~ Put your face somewhere I can find it, and I'll be more than happy to dress you up as an elephant :) It's too bad that your photos disappeared, or I might have been able to surprise you! Sounds like you and your daughter share some lovely times.

    Although you may think it would becool to wear elephant outfits to work ~ it would probably be darned HOT! LOL We had Clifford the Red Dog come by the other day for the preschoolers and the poor thing inside was about the same colour as the outside when she appeared...

    Nikki ~ Yes, indeed there are adult elephant costumes, and as I said, anyone willing to show their face and wanting a costume, I'd be more than happy to oblige :)

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  6. Oh - like daffy - I love that elephant sibbling - wonderful! (not sure about an adult costume myself... but then, I think there's something wrong about adults in animal costumes .... maybe I was traumatised by "the chucklehounds" as a child or something? I don't know... um... although, I guess... in the privacy of my own house... well... each to their own :) (I'm for some reason reminded of a Monty Python sketch with adults dressing up as mice and talking about cheese.... and things... hmm)

    great photos
    have a grand day
    M

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