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    La fête au village


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    Aujourd’hui Paul car c’est la fête au village. Il faut dire que toute l’année lui et ses copains ont préparé cet Ils se sont un petit espace malin au pied du presbytère, sorte de derrière un buisson au feuillage , d’où ils pourront observer tout ce qui se passe. D’ailleurs leur arrivée est Chacun d’eux une couverture et des provisions. C’est la première que ses parents l’autorisent à ne pas les accompagner et sa mère lui a promis qu’elle ne ferait pas en pleine nuit pour voir si tout se passait bien… qu’elle essaierait… Voilà on sonne bonheur !!!







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