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Wed, 21 Jul 2010
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Hello, this is Irma Pogglewatch. I'm sure you will be wondering how all the little ones are getting on at school. Well, they have been doing really well and as it is now the summer holidays, Myself and my sister Edna will be here to tell you about some of the antics the little ones got into in their first term at the the Fingles Wood School. Till then I have a couple of little watnot's to tell you that the kids themselves have done especially for you.We will start with this little verse about the tiny moss that the kids discovered on one of our nature walks.

The tender little mosses that grow upon the stone,
They have no pretty blossoms that they can call their own.
We do not stoop to smell them for the fragrance they impart,
Yet in the world of beauty they play a real part.

'Tis theirs to cover over, with sweet and silent grace,
What else were rude and ugly in many a barren place;
Though they cannot make the wilderness to blossom sweet
and fair,
They cover up the ugliness with sweet and patient care.

And if I as much as this, it is a lovely task,
And deeds more great and mighty I need not stay to ask.
If I can turn with graciousness a frown into a smile,
Or hide away unlovely things, 'tis surely worth the while.

For love that works in many ways doth also work in this,
And they who make the unlovely fair their blessing shall not miss.
And in the barren ways of life to make some beauty spring
Will ever be, for you and me, a sweet and gracious thing.

Hello everyone!
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