Who Am I?

Well, inquisitive reader, let me answer. I am a wife, a mom and I have chronic bad hair. I like made uppy words and Unnecessary Capitalization. If you know who the guy in the bottom right picture is, you're probably my best friend. Also, I own several Edward dolls which I write about HERE. No, I don't use drugs. By the way, if your love canned tomatoes, visit my stash HERE.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Emma, my artist and writer

If you've hung around these here parts for awhile, you'll know that I have two girls. 
One is Addie, who is blond and wiry and is so ditzy-hilarious
I must document all her Addisms in hopes she will make me rich and famousy. 

My other daughter is Emma.  She's older, she's a lot like me in personality
and she is blowing me away with her artistic abilities.

Years ago, I posted this picture she drew of our family:

With my cleavage included.  I know, we're so proud.

But her abilities go much farther than accurrately capturing bosom chasms.  Here's a pic Emma did in Kindergarten.

The Mona Lisa!  Dude, my kid is so awesome.

Here's another one:
Am I the only one who thinks this kid is amazing?  I can't even draw this well.

And here's my favorite:

So.  Now that I've astounded you with the glory of my daughter's art, let me share with you the story she's currently writing.  I'm going to write it word for word, including her misspellings.

Dragon's Taritorry
If you ever see a dragon, you might want to run.  Here's why.  Every dragon has it's own taritorry.  And if your in the way you will be forst out.  But that is no longer true.  You see, an evil cat has tacken over as dragon for a long time.  Along time ago, a cat named Odone was picked up from a orphinige.  He has done something called killing.  We don't do that.  We're vegiterieins.  Odone can make meet look like a vegitable.  That is how we have became slaves. 

Pretty good, huh?  All those hours of watching Lord of the Rings are paying off.  Now if I can just get up off my hindquarters and write my story...


Double Wide Mom said...

Very cool! you have reason to proud. Go mommy! and Emma!

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

The drawn-in cleavage was priceless.

Samantha said...

She's certainly got me beat! Love the astronaut one. Yay for talented little girls!!

tristan said...

your kid thinks your breasteses are memorable. understandable. that mona lisa kind of looks like me. awesome. your kid is smart.

the shoafs said...

I teach high schoolers and that story is way more creative (and has better spelling!) than most of the stuff that gets turned in to me!

w said...

i knew that was the mona lisa before you said it was.

does that make her a great artist? or does that make me a genius? probably both.

julie said...

i just came over from the edward saga, and i must say...i love your blog. i'm following now...i feel like a stalker!...i love the dragon story! too cute and creative! i'm new to blogging, so please check out my blog...

Much More Than Mommy said...

I can't stop giggling at the cleavage being in the picture. She is awesome!! And I think we need to hear some more Emma stories about once a month or so.

MiMi said...

Srsly, I have to say that her attention to detail is awesome. The shadowing and the cleavage are awesome.

Amy said...

"He has done something called killing. We don't do that. We're vegiteriens". Priceless. I'd say that you're going to need to scan and save this story for when she's an adult. Too funny!

The Pipster said...

Oh - my - goodness! I LOVE all the pics, especially the NASA one. Her writing is priceless.

Aunt Melissa said...

yes ma'am. She's got the artistic talent that runs in the family. I know y'all are so proud!

The Retired One said...

I smiled all the way through this post!

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