April 2022  

From the Dragons’ Den

Humpty Dumpty fell off the wall again this morning but, luckily, although the king’s horses and the king’s men couldn’t put him together again, the singing of the Little Dragons managed to restore him to good health, much to everyone’s relief. Humpty certainly recovers more quickly than we would in the same circumstances – no appointments required for him, just a big hug and a few weeks back in his basket and he is ready to go again.

Our little people really love the story and singing time and especially love to choose nursery rhymes and songs following the story.

Amidst all the worry of Covid-19 plus the unsettled state of parts of our world, these little people bring such joy to our lives.  We are so fortunate.

From Val and from we three:         George    Uncle Sam and Idris.


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