29 February 2016

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12 comments:

  1. Hooray for Meike!! :)

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    1. Germans say "hurra" Jennifer.

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  2. Oh Neil, I LOVE it!!!
    The smile on my face right now is about four times as wide as the one in the photo :-D

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    1. Glad to brighten your Tuesday morning Meike - now GET OFF TO WORK!

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  3. Your advertisement is very convincing, YP. If I didn't already read her blog, I'd have to send in my $19.95 in just three easy installments and get a subscription immediately!

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    1. Sorry to tell you Hilly but there has been an admin error. You should NOT have been visiting FMML for free! As The Librarian's agent I require a retrospective payment of $129.95. Send immediately to avoid costly legal action.

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  4. I've followed your instructions re blog reading for the last two posts and I concur with your opinion of these two posters. Maybe that should be bloggers, although they could be poster people for decent blogs.
    Maybe I should just stop right there.

    Ms Soup

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    1. Perhaps I should make an ad for "The Experimental Farm" though you have been a naughty Alphie - no posts since December 23rd! I guess its difficult when you are an international businesswoman jetting here and there.

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  5. I love the way you help build community among all of us via your blog. :)

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    1. Don't be too nice Steve or I will make a classified ad. "Unwanted Dog For Sale... Answers to the name of Olga. Partial to muddy puddles and fox scat"

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  6. Meike is indeed a diamond among the rest of our uncut, unpolished blogs. I was believing the advertisement from yesterday .. But today, I think you are just yanking our chains.

    You do have far too much time on your hands. Have you ever thought of taking up knitting?

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    1. One day, when you have retired Carol. you will also have plenty of time on your hands. Until that day comes - fill in that spreadsheet, mark that project, answer that e-mail, read those minutes, check those targets, report that hardware problem, talk to that pupil, alter that lesson plan, phone that parent, fill in that report! The never-ending joys of teaching - how I miss them - not!

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