Did you miss me? 🙂
I’ve had a case of the blog blahs. My kids constantly tell me to get with the program and update it already. 😉
My kids are a humorous bunch of crazies, if I do say so myself. I’m not entirely certain where all the crazy stems from; however, I am fairly confident it comes from a word that starts with M and ends with OM. 😉
This welcome back to blogging post is brought to you by T2. This is a story he wrote for school, he already has next weeks story planned out. I love this kid! Okay, here goes the fun (this is transcribed directly from his journal, no editing on my part. Well, with the exception of the images):
I woke up and looked out the window. Officer Wesley was staring at me with wide-eyed horror. I turned around and heard the window shatter. I felt a different form of energy, I felt as if I could fly.
“Son!” Called my mom.
“What?” I called.
“You broke a window?!” Called my mom.
I ran downstairs. When mom saw me she passed out. I got Officer Wesley called the hospital then said I had wings. He took me to an open field then said to try flying. I tried and actually flew! He said to pick up an abandoned car, and I did. Officer Wesley said to drop it and it landed on his police car.
“Oops!” I said.
He was so angry he pulled out his pistol from his holster and tried shooting me. He missed. I flew away. I was extremely depressed. The ones I loved most are now gone. I flew to Texas and remembered the reason I woke up with wings.
It was a lab experiment gone wrong. I mixed pineapple juice with acid and accidentally burned myself. Then I passed out. I woke up in my bed and had wings. That’s how this all happened.
So I made the same formula. I got a volunteer to try the mixture on. He got burnt, passed out, then woke up with wings.
I gave my formula to the government. i told the governor that if you burn yourself you would pass out then wake up with wings. He seemed fascinated.
Next thing I knew I was famous.
I tried apple juice and acid. I burnt myself, but didn’t pass out. Instead, I didn’t have wings; but there was one problem…I was a T-Rex!