Saturday, December 26, 2009

The Craziest Day Ever!

This little ditty was not written by me. It was written by my eight and half year old daughter. All grammatical errors, syntax errors, errors with nouns/verbs/adverbs/adjectives, parts of speech, you name it, are all hers. I was simply the transcriptionist and as such, I typed exactly what was written.

Mom took Little Red Riding Hood in a wheelbarrow to see a company. On the way a bee was teaching a butterfly, a bird, a dragonfly and a ladybug how to fly so they can capture the food. But the wolf was protecting the food. Meanwhile, grandma mouse was planting mushrooms, purple flowers and pink flowers. But the wolf saw the time and said, "It's break time!" So snail took over. Sadly the flying critters stole the food, because snail was too slow.

Wolf came back and saw the food missing! But the wolf knew that the flying critters stole the food. Meanwhile, grandma mouse finished planting and saw Little Red Riding Hood and her mom going to the company. So grandma mouse said, "Can I join?" Mom said yes. When they got to the company, they saw Wolf there. They asked, "What is going on here?" They said, "The company stole our food!" Then grandma mouse said, "Can you please give them their food?" They said, "Okay." and they did. And lived happy ever after.

The end.

(c) December 10, 2009 by JNM.

27 comments:

  1. That without a doubt is a unique tale. Have you been reading Grimm's Fairy Tales of late?

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  2. David: It's funny that you would mention Grimm's Fairy Tales. I read a funky pyschological study a couple of months ago on the Grimm Brothers and one of the strange things I learned about them was that they had no problems with violence but were quite the prudes when it came to sexual matters.

    Anyways, I digress. I didn't write this, I was only the transcriptionist.

    Charels: Whaaaaa? But..but..but...i didn't write this. My daughter wrote it...of course, she probably got her inspiration from me...:D

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  3. Thanks....kind of sad to be upstaged by my daughter.

    :D

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  4. Haha! I love this!

    Nothing beats a happy ending...

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  5. Absolutely!

    Seems that only children can write happy endings to a story, no matter what it's about.

    And from what I understand, this story is about Little Red Riding Hood.....I think.

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  6. Look out- Here comes the competition!

    N the ending was tied up in just three sentances!

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  7. Isn't it simply amazing that what usually takes me pages and pages to get to, she does it in exactly three sentences? I tell ya, I'm really miffed about this...:D

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  8. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, huh? I love her imagination. Great story!

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  9. No it doesn't...it's just merely another facet in her creative arts education.

    Figure skating, dancing, a little bit of writing, she's just becoming a well rounded young lady.

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  10. Love it! Especially the snail cameo.

    Whimsical. That's what makes for fun fiction :-) Tell your daughter to keep writing!

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  11. Wow, like Papa like daughter. Great little writer there!!

    Nice attention to detail.

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  12. Who doesn't love a story with a happy ending? That was so adorable - imaginative and very well written!

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  13. You know guys, I'm getting a little jealous here. I don't even get this many comments to any of my stories that I got posted at FSG...

    :D

    Jewel: Thanks. Not sure what she was thinking of when she wrote it, other that it being a new twist on Little Red Riding Hood (I think).

    Jannie: Thanks, she has a very wicked imagination, and apparently created the story out of bunch of stickers she had.

    Talon: Thanks. She does have a tendency to create bizarre stories out of the most mundane things.

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  14. One additional note: It seems that my daughter was able to create this little ditty from looking at the stickers that came with her copy of the Scholastic's The Littlesst Red Riding Hood.

    Now I'm really jealous....

    :D

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  15. Haha, I LOVE it! I hope you and the family had a GREAT Christmas!

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  16. She has a great imagination. Wonderful playful tone full of cute dialogue. She's a natural :)

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  17. T1G: Thanks. Our Christmas went pretty well.

    Kelly: Thanks. I think that imagination of hers is gonna take her places in that creative world of hers.

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  18. I love it - what a great storyteller!

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  19. listen for azure: Thanks.

    And thanks for stopping by today to grace my blog with your presence.

    Hope you'll find the time to stop by again.

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  20. Pretty darn good for an 8 yr old! My 8 yr old (well turned 9 this week) likes to draw...usually his brother's bottom. Freud would have had a field day:)

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  21. Jane: Thanks.

    My daughter has always had a pretty vivid imagination, so this was simply a natural progression of things.

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  22. I love it! She takes after her dad - a good writer indeed :)

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  23. M: Thanks.

    Briefly got lost looking for your comment before realizing that you left it here.

    To the best of my knowledge, this is the only story that she's written.

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  24. Bruce: Thanks.

    This piece of fiction is so twisted that I still get a chuckle every time I read it.

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