The online HQ of Petrea Burchard and Boz Books
believe to have made fallen my lollipop by playing can you make it;-)
On dirait une grosse sucette tombée sur la route!
c'est vrai. We didn't celebrate easter, didn't feel like easter for us, being under the sun... more like les vacances. In France my Mum had the chocolates in the garden for the kids, impossible here...too hot!
I don't blame them (err yuk - grape!).Great photo!Did you actually lie on the footpath to get this shot or do you cheat like I do and just hold the camera down there?!
Petrea does not lie. She always tells the truth.
Les réponses sont 75% de les Francais! Ou est ma dictionnaire?Bienvenue, Bergson.Grosse sucette indeed, Lyliane. Merci pour la visite.Stef, it's going to get hotter. This is not hot.Ararat, I was on my tummy on the sidewalk. Boz was annoyed.
I wonder if who ever dropped it wanted to pick it back up and keep eating it. Their mom probably said they had to leave it.
nice shot--nice one-line story too
Thanks, b.c. Sometimes it's not so easy to keep it short.
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