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December Blues. Tale 85 Sign In or Register to add photos

Dark days and bright nights,,,,,,
Thomas was dismayed when, upon entering the extravagant dining room of The Towers, he found his beautiful wife Marianne, sobbing her heart out amongst the sterling silver cutlery strewn all over the floor.
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"My dear," he said with great concern, "whatever is the matter?"
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Sir Thomas filled the newly purchased golden glasses to the brim.
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Michelle - who had just entered the room, after knocking - had come to announce that dinner was ready,
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Cook, who had started out life in Norfolk, decided that the best thing to do was to resort to the wise and possibly calming words of Mother Julian of Norwich.
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"Mrs" Havant - the cook who was really Nanny Havant upgraded, since Hilda had discovered that she was a wonderful cook.
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In fact, Oscar and Bryan were swamped in Triang dolls' houses at that very moment.
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But would there be room to accommodate such small follies?
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Whilst Marianne had been otherwise occupied. Hill House Antiques had quietly delivered the Jenvey set and changed the whole feel of the library.
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And naturally the Oriental pieces were already on display in the shop.
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Michelle gave a great sigh. Christmas was fast approaching so they had better do something about those ***** decorations.
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Some hours later Thomas looked in and said "and how are you girls getting along?"
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One second after he had turned and passed through the door...
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At last all was placed and tidied up.
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The halls were decked with holly, no red berries, ravenous birds had seen to that this cold and early winter.
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