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February 22, 2011

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PippaD @ A Mothers Ramblings

How scary... if she starts stockpiling bottles of water and energy bars let me know won't you?!

MumVersusKids

I guess you haven't bothered to tell her about the power of twitter - or failing that, a tabard - for spreading apocalyptic messages more effectively than simple pen and paper?

Rosie Scribble

Goodness. I hope she doesn't want this printed on a t-shirt!

Rosie Scribble

You know, she's been storing things in her wardrobe for some time. I'm not allowed to look ...

PhotoPuddle

Ok, so that's just a little bit freaky!

Jacq

Good joined-up writing though.

Rosie Scribble

It is, isn't it. I must ask her what she knows...

Rosie Scribble

Yes, that's a point. I'd missed that!

mummy mania

bless her... still, she might be on to something!

Him Up North

does she go on to say, "as we know it, and I feel fine"? Perhaps she is just an REM fan.

Iota

I think it might be a message for the residents of Stow-on-the-Wold. It definitely says "the end of the Wold". Watch out, down there in the Cotswolds!

Karin @ Cafe Bebe

"...as we know it?" Channelling a bit of R.E.M. there...

:) Karin

Beki

We need to know where they get their inside information from!

Becca Evans

Pippa, you're too funny. But oh my lordy, this actually gave me a bit of spine-tingle. Kids know these things. I'm telling you. They're tuned into all sorts that we're not.

The voice of dooooom.

Fantastic photo, or should probably hail the Nostradamus-esque creation.

Brilliant xx

Emma

Bless her, did you find out what it was about? I remember writing something along these lines at a similar age after not being allowed to go to someone's house...

Kate

Spooky!

Herding Cats

Maybe she knows something we don't?

Mummy's Little Monkey

Exemplary penmanship! Bummer about the world ending though.

Jo

I think I need to listen to my 7 year old a little better and maybe I should start reading the scraps of paper that she scribbles on endlessly or not.......do I want to find out what a 7 year old's predictions are going to be? :-)

Josie

Yikes! Oh well. We had a good run I guess...

tiddlyompompom

eep! no point starting the diet then *tucks into a giant piece of chocolate cake*

Selina Kingston

She sounds very discerning to me....

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