We walked to a tree. The sun through its leaves and branches was warm on my skin. We looked at one of the things hanging on it. ‘Right,’ he said, ‘find a name for that.’ ‘The pehehehargorribololum.’ Daddy sighed. ‘Isn’t that a bit of a mouthful?’ I laughed. ‘A bit of a mouthful’ was a […]
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