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Monday, 20 December 2010

Christmas Gifts



Here's my contribution to Microfiction Monday. Each week, the lovely Susan posts a pic and the gang each write a story about it in 140 characters or less. It's lots of fun, follow the link above to join in.




What happened to bringing Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh for the baby?

That’s so old fashioned, pudding, pig and mistletoe will have to do.



Merry Christmas to all my wonderful MM friends.
Love KB
xxx

24 comments:

  1. Wonder KB, seems like the kids got a different idea for Christmas.

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  2. A great gift for a baby in this modern era? A mom and dad.

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  3. A clever re-construction of the traditional gifts! Great micro!

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  4. Ah, times do change! Great take on the pick of the day! Hope you have a great week and a very Merry Christmas!!

    Sylvia

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  5. A gift from the heart is the best gift of all. :)

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  6. Kids always put a little different spin on the traditions
    A warm and Happy Holiday to you to KB!

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  7. Well, that's very kind of the children to bring dinner and decorations!

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  8. Great reference and good modern translation. :O)

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  9. Thanks for all the comments. I'll be by for a visit soon. Merry Christmas x

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  10. This baby is obviously NOT Jewish!
    Loved your story Karen...

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  11. Ha ha ha, Happy Christmas!

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  12. Pig for a Jewish baby -- ha ha! Well done!

    Merry Christmas!

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  13. Oh, that is excellent! :)

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  14. Pudding, pig and mistletoe! I love it! Great mm for the week. Have a wonderful holiday season. Cheers!

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  15. I kind of like the pudding, pig, and mistletoe idea, KB.

    Merry Christmas to you!

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  16. Not to mention an extra Wise Person!

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  17. Thanks so much. Merry Christmas x

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