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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Hopesicle Life, Part Three

Hello all - since I can't think of a darn thing to write about (the garden... the goats.... the weather... rinse, lather, repeat....) Hope has stepped into the breach and is offering to introduce her family. She chose all the pictures, and mostly did just fine. I'd just like to point out that I am not actually married to a vampire gorilla. That's a Halloween costume. Without further ado:

Heyoo! This is Hopesicle life part three! Now I am introducing my family.

To start off, number one is my Mom. Her real name is Eleanor. What she likes to do is farm on her farm and read.

Another person in our family is my Papa. His real name is Homero. He likes to fix cars and play with our dogs. He loves to play with Sisa (Ivory).

And there's also my big sister, Rowan. She likes to knit and make fairy wings. And I don't know anything else because she stays in her room all the time. She is seventeen.

My little sister, Paloma, she likes to play with me. And she likes school. Today was the first day of school.

Then there's me! My name is Hope. What I like to do is sleep. I like to read books. My favorite book is definitely... definitely... definitely... I don't know. But I like One Monster After Another and I like The Stories That Julian Tells. And Officer Buckle and the Paperboy.

And..., To Be Continued!!!!!!


Olive said...

I like your story Hope, did you take the photographs?
I can't wait to see the next episode.

Aunt jenny (penelope) said...

Very well written Hope! You really described everyone in a way that helps us get a good picture of them :-)

Rowan said...

HAhAHAHAHAHaHA I love the picture she chose of papa!

Lana from Farm Life Lessons said...

Adorable. Such a nice family.

Aimee said...

Hope says: No I did not take the photographs, but I'm glad you liked them. For my next episode, I will write about when I was a little kid.

Garden Lily said...

Hope - Nicely done. You picked a pretty picture of your mom, but maybe your dad deserves a better photo in your next post. I look forward to reading more of your posts.