>Silly duck ATC – CAÉ Canard bizarre


I have started making simple ATCs again, mostly because I want to have a few available to trade with my mother’s students. I love to encourage young talents and I think that trading ATCs with them is a great way to do so. I have a few in the works but this one was finished while watching the final game between the Habs and the Bruins. I rarely watch whole hockey games because I get over-excited but I just had to watch that one last night. Unfortunately, the Habs lost but it was a really great game.
J’ai recommencé à faire des CAÉ simples, surtout parce que je veux en avoir de disponibles pour échanger avec les élèves de ma mère. J’aime encourager les jeunes talents et je pense qu’échanger des CAÉ est une bonne façon de le faire. J’en ai quelques-unes de commencées mais celle-ci fut terminée en regardant la dernière partie entre le Canadien et les Bruins. Je regarde rarement une partie entière de hockey parce que je deviens sur-excitée mais je me devais de regarder celle-là hier soir. Malheureusement, le Canadien a perdu mais c’était une très bonne partie.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. CeeCee
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 00:43:30

    >Oh, he's too cute… avec sa grosse bedaine! J'adore.


  2. Tinker
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 01:29:53

    >Sorry your team lost, but it looks like your time was well spent – what a sweet duck you ended up with. Hope you had a happy Easter, Sophie!


  3. TJ
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 01:51:54

    >I love ATCs and I have to admit hockey is on in this house quite often as well…!! LOL.Best wishes from germany, tj


  4. Janet
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 20:30:05

    >Your duck is so cute! I love the curly-que tail.Sorry your team lost!


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