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School Trip

Alicia went on her first school trip yesterday morning - to a puppet show at the theatre.

All the information I've been able to get out of her is that there were fishes in water - they went on the bus and she didn't take her teddy or dummy with her... they stayed in the basket on the table in the classroom.

I'm fascinated by the photo in Morocco taken by a Spanish tourist that could be Madeleine - it would be a miracle if they found her now. Thing is, I'm sure if I saw a kiddy that was possibly her - I'm sure I'd look into her eyes to check it's her (she has a strange iris if you've seen the publicity) and then grab her... making sure I've got hold of Alicia with the other hand. Why is this photo only coming out 3 weeks after the fact?? Oh... I've just checked the story on the BBC and it's not her. Shame...

I keep up with Gerry McCann's blog from time to time.

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