Sunday, March 8, 2015
Did you know that you have to be extra nice to girls? Well you do. And I try to be my best self with them. We have one named Lundy who rides homes with us after school most days. She has a squeaky voice and is real cute. At first she wouldn't talk in the car because maybe she was scared. So Dean and I were real careful with her. Dean would pull her seatbelt out for her, gently pull it across her pink coat and I would take it from him and click it…nice and easy. She talks a lot now so maybe she's no longer worried that we might eat her. Dean is having trouble accepting another thing about girls. You're suppose to let them go first. We were in the car the other day and Dean was telling my mom that that wasn't fair. DEAN: "It's a stupid rule. Why do girls get to go first?" ME: "Dean, it's because girls are sucksy (sexy)." Thankfully, I get plenty of time alone to let my true inner madman shine.
Friday, September 26, 2014
It's been a long time! I'm in Kindergarten now. And I don't like it as much. They're very serious in there and it's mind bending for me. I keep telling my mom that I wish I knew everything in the world so that I wouldn't have to go to school anymore. I could stay home with my mom and help her all day long. I could run errands with her (and incessantly ask for things the entire time), keep her alert (crazy) with all of my "is-that-a-good-question" questions, and help her with house work by making sure there is always stuff to pick up. In fact I was doing a little market research the other day when I asked her if she likes to do housework. Here's how the conversation went: ME: "Mommy, do you like doing housework?" MOM: "Well, it depends. Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. But either way, I always feel good when I'm done." ME: "You feel accomplished?" MOM: "Yes. That's exactly how I feel." And then she offered me a cup of coffee. Actually, she didn't. But she thought about it. OH!! Did I mention I am 6 now? Yes, I am!! And guess where I got to have my birthday party… the Winter Inn in Idaho. It was awesome! We had presents, pin the tail on the donkey, cake, and my cousin Kash! I was in heaven.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Monday, September 16, 2013
Trust me, I'll fill you in on this whole uniform thing later. But first things first. Today my mom came to pick me up at school and she saw something she considered a little unusual. She was holding my backpack and I asked her to pull out my lunchbox and give it to me. I sat on the ground with my friend, Avery, and opened it up. Inside were two uneaten (??) cookies. Cookies never go uneaten in my company. Ever. So my mom was a little confused. I opened up the baggie and, without any God's-watching-you-look from my mom, I offered one to Avery (I swear. Look in her hand.). You should know that standard sharing procedure with lunchbox contents is as follows: No Sharing. So I didn't even have to do it. I just did. My mom leaned down and told me that I was being a good friend...and then she asked me why I shared my cookies. I whispered in her ear, so NOBODY could hear, "We falled in love today. Don't tell Dean." So there you have it. I'm in love.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Monday, July 2, 2012
I use to be Batman's #1 fan. I wore a Batman shirt almost every single day. I played Batman at school (Keats was Robin). I watched Batman cartoons with gusto (picture a highly interactive spectator). And I would not leave my house without either a Batman cape or Batman action figure. Duh na na na na na na na... BATMAN!! Sadly, Ironman has bumped Batman from his pedestal.