If you've been reading my blog for awhile you've seen this little girl a time or two...
Our youngest Grandlittle who started to Kindergarden in August.
She and her sisters were off school for Veterans Day and spent the day and overnight with us.
Those three Grandlittles are the best medicine anyone in the world could hope for...
...especially when they hug and kiss you and write you notes!
Late in the afternoon, Miss Mo went into my office and spent a l o o o o o n n n g time in there.
Every time I walked by the door she shouted, "Don't come in Grandma! It's a surprise!"
Finally she surfaced when I was just finishing up cooking dinner.
"Grandma, please sit down, I have a letter for you," she told me in a very serious voice.
I sat at the kitchen table and she handed me a folded up piece of paper.
I picked her up and sat her on my lap and said, "Wow, you wrote me a letter, Mo! That's really cool."
"Welllll, Grandma, I did write you a letter BUT I don't know what it says."
"Okay, Mo," I replied, "How did you write me a letter if you don't know what it says?"
"Grandma! I put down a whole bunch of letters and numbers and then I signed my name!"
"Well, that sounds neat," and I started to unfold the note.
"Wait! Wait! Grandma! Beware! Beware!!!!"
"Beware?" I inquired, "Beware?"
"Yes, Grandma! Beware! There are a lot of periods and commas in the note, too!"
And I carefully unfolded the note and, by golly, there were a lot of periods and commas in there, too.
Thank heavens she warned me to beware!