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Our Last Day Out

Natalie Dunn

The Innocent Daughter, and author of this work, is humble, honest and long-suffering, with aspirations of becoming a Jedi Knight. Sadly, her hopes have been brutally curtailed as a result of being associated with her family members - details of whom are vividly outlined within.

The hapless author carries us with her on her last day out with the Parents. Ostensibly, a simple trip to a church flower festival sustained by a nice packed lunch, the three participants embark on an extensive and hazardous tour of the Suffolk countryside and its historic landmarks.

Along the way, our author muses on the traumas of past family outings, themed Christmas Days and twice-deceased family pets. Is the Nephew out to get her? Is the Brother-out-Law really as harmless as he seems? How often can Mother trip over an invisible obstacle? Will Father ever end the day with a nice clean shirt? And will the Innocent Daughter survive an attack by a pack of malicious sheep?

Read this true story to find out...

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Natalie Dunn is a kind, humble and honest person; it is therefore no surprise that she doesn't fit in with the bizarre and cruel people in her family.

Over the years, the family have sought to hurt and embarrass her and although she has lived in 12 different places around England and Wales (in an attempt to get away from them), Natalie took a wrong turn somewhere and ended up back home in sunny Suffolk, where she teaches in a secondary school.

Natalie's hobbies include: trying to be cheerful, researching her family tree, baking muffins and planning to lose weight.