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On a warm August day at the Jardin du Luxembourg park in Paris, France., two friends meet. Poojee has a scare then meets his rescuer. He decides to be quiet the whole day until 8:00pm, he will know when he should talk. He knows when to talk when he meets Zahzah. J'ai des diamonds avec ma poche is a favorite saying of mine, it means....I have diamonds in my pockets. It means what is most important is the silence and the diamond ( riches) you hold inside your being. How one little fellow overcomes fear, meets a friend, has a lovely day, then falls in love. Love is in the air in Paris, a few sentences in French.

Debbiehaugen

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Deb Haugen
Debbiehaugen Malibu, Ca.

It goes like this......Born and raised in Santa Monica. California. I grew up next to 5 boys, and up the hill from a swamp. Needless to say, my favorites things to play with were frogs. I had an idealic childhood, always had wrinkly hands and feet from being in the pool. My Dad brought home the first color TV on the block, I held it over everyone's head if they wanted to watch they had to let me play basketball with them. Moving on, I became a hippy, in I'd say 1962, and followed the peace, love, movement all the way to Haight Ashbury. I traveled Europe, and worked in hotels, hostels, etc. Got mugged in Amsterdam, and arrested in Lugano for sleeping in an abandoned hotel with 10 other stranded travelers. I love the Indian enlightened master Osho. It's lovely to get into clean white old sheets when you're sunburned. Don't understand mean people. Love coffee ice cream, and I saved the best for last....I have swef, tyler, britt, shugie, coop and charlie. Je suis diamants avec ma poche.

Publish Date  August 21, 2008

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  20 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Children

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