I dare you to send us another letter about the condition of our yard. In case you didn't notice, we had several freezing days in a row and everything in everybody's yards died. It's called winter, you morons. We've spent a good 25 hours the past few weekends raking, trimming, mowing the grass and sprucing up the flower beds. So if you send us another "polite" letter, I'm going to "politely" tell you where to put it.
P.S. You nosy people have way too much time on your hands.
You win. We're all sick. Now go away.
Our Stuffy Noses
Please come wash away the nasty pollen. We'd be ever so grateful.
Dear Future Vacation Bible Schoolers,
I have worked really hard to develop a fun curriculum for you this summer. I'm sorry if you don't like everything I've picked for you to do, but seeing as I'm not an elementary level teacher, I think I've done a pretty good job. I hope you have lots of fun making butter and ice cream, tasting various spices and doing several fun cooking experiments!
On Pins and Needles,
The VBS Curriculum Coordinator
Dear My Little Tomato Plants,
This is the first year I've attempted to grow anything other than herbs. You're looking great now, but I have a brown thumb and I'm worried for your future. Please hang in there.
A Hopeful Gardener
Oh, how I love thee! I still enjoy reading regular books (with all your bells and whistles, you still can't replicate the smell of a book), but I can already tell that we're going to have a long relationship. Although, I do wish I could figure out how to find more free books because yes, I'm still
A Happy Reader