Sunday, March 20, 2011

Makes My Monday: Imploring the Imps

At nine, I'd never have been brazen enough to attempt correspondence with the unseen, mystical fairy world.  Not so with She-Twin; she's an elf-lover.

[FYI: She-Twin's tooth fairy is named "Tulip." Don't ask...]
And this one from last week...
Sarah's affinity for non-carbonated sprites Makes My Monday.

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For the curious: She-Twin received neither the power to fly nor the license/liberty to "make garbage of people's home's" a la leprechaun. Our lame leprechauns simply tossed some couch pillows around the living room, upended the dining room chairs, and apparently relieved themselves in our downstairs toilet.

7 comments:

Andrea said...

This is great! I love the imagination of kids! I still wish I could fly! Those notes will be priceless to show her in the future! Have a great week Cheryl! Happy Monday!

Cheryl Allen Salinas said...

This makes me smile! -- The magic!

The Smiths said...

I love hearing about your kids...and the way they think. Truly magical!

blueviolet said...

I love her leprechaun wish! But it's probably best that it didn't happen. :)

Helene said...

She cracks me up!! I love that she wanted to make garbage of people's homes...LOL!!

Oh and very clever with the "green pee"!! Wish I had thought of that!

electric lift chair said...

A bright kid! Even he is too young but his imagination runs very far. I was fascinated the way he compose the notes. I found him interesting.

Holly Ann said...

I know it's late, but I'm just linking up! It was a good Monday! Thanks for hosting!