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teachers' presents -sorry really cheesy- but I had to share!

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katiestar Fri 17-Jul-09 10:40:04

DD went on a country walk with the Brownies Wednesday night and she and her friends came back with a handful of flowes they had picked (mostly wild flowers but a few garden ones too.Bit {hmm} about where they came from -but still.When she got home she put them carefully in a vase of water ,then next morning sh wrapped them up carefully in a paper towel and took them to school.There her and her 2 friends made a basket out of card and sellotape and decorated it for these decidedly sad-looking by now flowers.They all made and signed a joint card and gave it all to teh teacher this morning.Did she like it asked (trying not to grimace?
Yes said DD- she cried ! (in a good way I am assuming)
So i've put the box of chocs I'd bought back in the cupboard and reflected on what a gift means!

Fimbo Fri 17-Jul-09 10:46:48

Aww that is cute. smile

I work in a pre-school and not that I am ungrateful or anything but if I see or eat another celebrations chocolate, I think I will lose the will to live.

Hulababy Fri 17-Jul-09 14:38:37

That's lovely

I am a TA these days nad got some lovely gifs today, but the homemade cards with the personal messages have been lovely. One little boy wrote me a card to say thank you for reading Horrid Henry books to them at snack time, (as it is one of his favourite pars of the school day).

melissa75 Fri 17-Jul-09 16:04:46 lovely! Really goes to show, it is the small sentiments that mean the most!

Fimbo, I am with you! 12 boxes of roses and celebration chocolates this year! Sadly, I do not like British chocolate, so it will go to my DH!

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