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Amos & The Nativity

Amos & The Nativity

Friday, December 09, 2016 Adrian Wood Comments (0)

My name is Amos.

This is my mother.

Her name is Adrian.

She says she is exhausted.

I don't know why.

All she did was fun stuff last week.

She says she'll never get clothes put away again and what about the Christmas cards?

I don't care if she does that stuff or not.

Neither does daddy.

I just want to go outside on the playground.

She just wants to lie down beside the camel and Mary and a king.

They are very tired too.

My mom is crazy.

Love, Amos

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