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Eldorado

Find Faith!

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High Street store John Lewis have launched a Twitter campaign to find a five-year-old girl named Faith who sent them a sorry letter and two £1 coins for a Christmas bauble she broke while visiting one of their stores.

"The little girl broke the Christmas tree decoration by accident on a visit to the retailer's Cambridge store on Saturday November 30.

The cute child sent a letter written in pencil apologising along with two pound coins stuck to the paper with sellotape and a drawing of herself."

Story here: http://www.express.c...auble-she-broke

There's hope for us yet. :)

Edited by Eldorado
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Awww.

/it must be smokey in here, i got a tear in my eye. Shut up.

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I agree with you Eldorado. Thank you for sharing it with us. I also think the parents should be congratulated also. "Good Job":)

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How sweet. I hope Santa leaves her something special for doing this.

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I hope they find her and replace the bauble with an entire christmas tree full of baubles just for her, what a cutie.

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Oh yeah, kids can so wonderfull.

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I nominate Faith as the Christmas Kid of the year ...

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Why didn't they apologize and pay for the ornament when they were still in the store? I guess the mother of a 5 year old wasn't paying enough attention to see her daughter break something?

Oh well, it was nice that she apologized and paid for it.

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I nominate Faith's parents as 'Parents of the Year'

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