Molly’s Pictures #4

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Here at Jammy Toast we have new neighbours. Keith and Jan have moved out since their three kids have now grown up and flown the nest. They have been great neighbours over the years with the most polite kids you could ever wish to meet. So that also means no more Sunday mornings listening to Keith practising his saxophone – when we told Razzi that Keith was moving out, his response was, “What? No more Baker Street?” So newly moved in next door is Molly (pictured above with her friend, Tott) who is very good at drawing. Molly has seen the bears through the window and collared me about who they all are. When I told her that they are very special bears who we rescued because their children had grown up and didn’t want them anymore, I expected her to be sad for the bears. Not on your life, she told me that when she grows up and doesn’t want Tott anymore then we can have him. I am sure there is some childish logic in there somewhere. So Molly has asked if she can draw pictures for the bears. I told her that she can draw her pictures and each month she can pick her best drawing and we will post it here on Jammy Toast – but only if it is good enough though

Molly’s Pictures #3

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Here at Jammy Toast we have new neighbours. Keith and Jan have moved out since their three kids have now grown up and flown the nest. They have been great neighbours over the years with the most polite kids you could ever wish to meet. So that also means no more Sunday mornings listening to Keith practising his saxophone – when we told Razzi that Keith was moving out, his response was, “What? No more Baker Street?” So newly moved in next door is Molly (pictured above with her friend, Tott) who is very good at drawing. Molly has seen the bears through the window and collared me about who they all are. When I told her that they are very special bears who we rescued because their children had grown up and didn’t want them anymore, I expected her to be sad for the bears. Not on your life, she told me that when she grows up and doesn’t want Tott anymore then we can have him. I am sure there is some childish logic in there somewhere. So Molly has asked if she can draw pictures for the bears. I told her that she can draw her pictures and each month she can pick her best drawing and we will post it here on Jammy Toast – but only if it is good enough though

Molly’s Pictures #2

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Here at Jammy Toast we have new neighbours. Keith and Jan have moved out since their three kids have now grown up and flown the nest. They have been great neighbours over the years with the most polite kids you could ever wish to meet. So that also means no more Sunday mornings listening to Keith practising his saxophone – when we told Razzi that Keith was moving out, his response was, “What? No more Baker Street?” So newly moved in next door is Molly (pictured above with her friend, Tott) who is very good at drawing. Molly has seen the bears through the window and collared me about who they all are. When I told her that they are very special bears who we rescued because their children had grown up and didn’t want them anymore, I expected her to be sad for the bears. Not on your life, she told me that when she grows up and doesn’t want Tott anymore then we can have him. I am sure there is some childish logic in there somewhere.

Molly’s Pictures #1

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Here at Jammy Toast we have new neighbours. Keith and Jan have moved out since their three kids have now grown up and flown the nest. They have been great neighbours over the years with the most polite kids you could ever wish to meet. So that also means no more Sunday mornings listening to Keith practising his saxophone – when we told Razzi that Keith was moving out, his response was, “What? No more Baker Street?” So newly moved in next door is Molly (pictured above with her friend, Tott) who is very good at drawing. Molly has seen the bears through the window and collared me about who they all are. When I told her that they are very special bears who we rescued because their children had grown up and didn’t want them anymore, I expected her to be sad for the bears. Not on your life, she told me that when she grows up and doesn’t want Tott anymore then we can have him. I am sure there is some childish logic in there somewhere.