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Miss Mouton Part Eight

Suddenly, she realized it was almost dark. She was quite alone. The wind was whistling through the branches. There was no light in the dancing school building, the staff had long since gone home. The trees cast eerie shadows around her. A hungry owl hooted nearby. Then there was silence. Miss Mouton shuddered; she ...

Miss Mouton part nine

Miss Mouton had often walked the distance from the dancing school home, but she had never done it alone or in the dark. She pulled her cloak closer to her, and trotted off in the direction of home. She started singing to ward off her fear and loneliness. In the gloomy light it was very ...

Miss Mouton Part Ten

Then Miss Mouton remembered an old ewe and her family, friends of Elly's, that had lived in a nearby street. She congratulated herself, and skipped and tripped up the path to the creeper-clad cottage of Ethel- ewe. Ethel-ewe was a mature old sheep; she spend most of her time sitting by the fire ...

Miss Mouton part Eleven

Meanwhile, what had happened to Elly Mouton?  She had set out to collect her daughter in her Mini Metro but had got a puncture. Now, Elly Mouton was no mechanic. She got in a flap. She merely knew how to drive, not to repair cars. She waved her hooves and bleated and moaned. It ...

Miss Mouton part Twelve

Thus it was that some two hours after she should have been collected, and while she was enjoying Ethel-ewe's company and her eleventh cup of tea that Miss Mouton heard a barking and a bleating. She remembered she was lost. She rushed to open the door. She fell into Elly Mouton's arms. Elly scolded her ...
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