Thursday, April 16, 2009

This is a blog

As I was going through Joseph's backpack yesterday I came across a stack of notes. When I asked Joseph what they were he yelled "Augh! I don't want to talk about it!" and ran away. As far as I can tell either Joseph's teacher had the class write down nice things about him or Joseph has a stalker. Either way it's pretty cool. I want this next one on a t-shirt.
Not real sure what "grat" is but I'm sure it's something nice.
"the gradest person on my frend?" I have to assume there's more to this one that I'm missing. Still, being the gradest anything is pretty cool.
I love the crossed out "good". Joseph is a person. Jen is a blogger. This is a post.
This next one is my favorite.
Come on! That's just damned cute right there. Thanks for indulging me by reading this all the way to the end. You are a reader.

One year ago today I yelled at my family and then went shoe shopping.
Two years ago today I went to a mommy group and then wrote one of my favorite posts ever.

9 comments:

Shannon said...

That is so funny! I love it! (shannon@livinginthegray.com)

Stranded in Stepford said...

Looks like Josef (too cute) might have a girlfriend!!! I remember once coming across a 'luv' note from a boy in my daughter's first grade class. It has been stashed away and will be produced again at some terribly embarassing (for her) time in the future. :)

Jen said...

Amelia would've written something like, "Joseph is a phenomenal human being and is an excellent example to us all". And she would've spelled all the words right and rocked the socks off all that other penmanship.

Not that I'm biased or anything. *whistles innocently*

Nette @ Smiling Mom said...

This is so wonderful!! grat means "great" (I'm a teacher ;-)) I think he might have accidentally written "it" in front of great, but really, how precious?

Queen of the Misfits said...

That is adorable! Show that on the slode show at his high school graduation! I can't wait to do stuff like that!

Suzannah said...

I think "gradest" is supposed to be "greatest". Those are so adorable! Yesterday I found three love notes from three different girls in his class in my six-year-old's backpack. He said he didn't want to talk about it. :)

Stimey said...

This is just about the coolest thing to find in a backpack ever. Love it!

Ethan, Zach, and Emma's Mom said...

You have to save these forever. And bring them out on graduation night. Ahh, the cuteness.

littlebobleep said...

Tearing up here.... so sweet.