I found this in Pie's take-home folder this morning and just had to share it with you.
Penny Karma, aka the F-Bomb Mom
He may want to work on spacing instead of spelling, it looks like his spelling is awesome!
No, he doesn't suck at it! At least not in that homework! What an awesome kid!
Ha ha! Hilarious!!! You gotta save that one!
You HAVE to keep that in his box of special treasures forever :0)
JRS - You have no idea just how awesome the Ape Squad are. My Wife & I have had the opportunity to hang with the Karma Kids, and they are the kind of kids every parent dreams of - intelligent, well behaved, respectful, and funny (I can understand the intelligent and funny - still trying to figure out the respectful and well behaved,,,).And tell Pie that Speedracer failed every spelling test his senior year of high school. (in my defense, the spelling lists came from the list of the 300 most commonly misspelled words in the English language (of which misspelled is one...)
Correctly spelt, and - even more impressive methinks - a correct apostrophe! He deserves bigging up just for getting that tiny little line in the right place!
Tito told his soccer coach he got to go to the park with Speed Racer and Mrs. Speed Racer.
That's exactly the kind of thing Bobo is going to bring home in her folder. If I'm lucky. It may be worse than that.Your parent/teacher conferences must be a delight.BTW, I laughed so hard at this that I sent a link to your website around. You're spam, baby!
I think he did remarkably well, considering there are no lines on the paper...
I'm with Ed - behold the correctly placed apostrophe!And OMG do I want to meet your kids.
My absolute favorite thing about my kids is that they share my intolerance for kids who act like whiney-ass brats. THAT is my legacy.
And JRS actually did get to meet the Apes at Knitorious once, as I recall. :)
I love that he used the word suck, my absolutely favorite word out there! Mad-man said it the other day! I was so proud.My word verification: fatsho
That is terrific. Sounds like my kind of kid.
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