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Romance is in the air.....Tale 88

The days are finally lengthening and Valentine' Day approaches....who is the most fanciable bird in the village even to those of the less masculine disposition....Marianne of course!
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Michelle was tired of opening the big front door and trailing up to the first floor sitting room with chaps bearing gifts for her mistress.
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Nessa had persuaded Oriel to have his portrait painted as a Valentine Day surprise for Gladys Wings.
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To see himself as he was now shocked him, to say the very least.
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The eve of the feast of St Valentine.....
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To everyone's delighted surprise, a carefully posed photograph of the Chutneys had won second prize in a competition.
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In the kitchen of King's Ransome, Harry was chatting to the new and much-needed help, Alice.
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Mr and Mrs Ransome were discussing this very fact in the dining room.
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Despite the bitterly cold weather, Bryan was a happy bunny
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After lunch that day, when they had moved some items into the front showroom, Vlad came in, followed by Forest, his great dog. Both were looking exceptionally gloomy.
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That midnight something toppled the beautiful Dresden tea set in the back show room.
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That night, a chill wind whipping around the ancient memorials, he and Vlad, with the great dog at his side, crouched behind the Chutney mausoleum and watched as midnight struck.
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But all thoughts of a cosy cup of cocoa fled from his mind as he watched horrorstruck as the vile creature wrapped a cloak around itself, and, taking flight, headed straight for the balcony of Puggsley House.
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The Count was incensed by their news.
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After a restless night. the next morning they accepted delivery of their latest purchases
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"Now what's this from Bonhams?" said Oscar, changing the subject hastily. "Lady with a little dog"
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Arriving at Knaresbro'  Lodge, they carefully carried the box into the drawing room.
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"I've brought you some new canisters to replace those old battered ones that you have in the kitchen" said Oscar, unwrapping them.
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They went into the kitchen and Oscar noticed that a pack of sausages, still in their wrapping, were in a baking tin on the floor and Edith's bird loving cat was rapidly approaching the tasty bundle.
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Discretion being the better part of valour, a despondent Bryan and Oscar left the house quietly, leaving the despised new canisters spread about on the floor,
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As Gretchen returned to the house she noticed that this mural was something very different to what it has been before.
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She went in to serve the ancient and irascible Uncle Catgutscraper with his evening glass of wine and asked him about the new mural.
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And now this story has come full circle - until the next full moon.
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