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T'was the night before Christmas and all through the pond,
not a creature was stirring
not even the swan.

The tadpoles all tucked
in their mossy green beds,
while visions of algae buds
danced in their heads...

.... saying to all,
Have a toadally awesome Christmas
and a ribitting New Year!" ~ jan
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Merry Christmas to you all and to your ponds.

Jim and Phyllis



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