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Winter was coming in London and the shop window looked dull and drab in it’s out of season clothes. The shop window had an out of character sense about it, as Christmas was coming and the shop still had the dusty decorations of all hallows eve in it for sale. The windows looked like they hadn’t been cleaned for months.
The door hadn’t swung open for weeks and so the interior had gradually faded into a state of disrepair and had lost even the pretence of a greatly visited and popular shop. In short, it was as dirty as a pigsty if not dirtier.
It was now nearly Christmas and the festive season had wrought its unprecedented magic and even the aforementioned drab window and shop now looked as though it too was celebrating with it’s heart. It was now making merry and celebrating with the rest of the world, also it had garbed itself in a far more attractive and fashionable suit.
The shop was now the popular and greatly visited shop it had strived to look like earlier. In the window was shelf upon shelf of the most soft, sweet, spongy and succulent cakes that you could imagine that the ...


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