I just rembered my teacher reads my blog...so I desided to right a thank you note. Dear Ms. B I want to thank you for everey thing you do. Thank you for...paying for popcorn. Thank you for...good days.
From: Emma's editor (mom) Emma brought this "book report" to me after she finished "Natalie Really Very Much Wants to Be a Star" by: Dandi Daley Mackall. I have retyped it in it's original form and clarified a few things in in brackets for the sake of understanding.. But, I wanted to have record of it in it's RAW form to show an honest picture of my sweet little girl.
I went to sleep with a good feeling in my heart because Natalie got her heart cot (caught) on Jesus (fell in love with?) in a Christmas play, because it looked real but it wus really a baby doll. She wanted to be an ackter (actor) but then she realizde (realized)in the play she loved Jesus more than enethying. She took apart her costom (costume) to cover up baby Jesus because she realised he wus the most inportent of all. And she would do enething for hem. And I finished the books!
I have already gotten questions about where Emma got the title for her blog. It came from a book that we read as a family "Hope for the Flowers" by Trina Paulus. "Hope for the Flowers" is a splendid little book that tells about a brave little caterpillar named Yellow that chose to go against the flow.The result of Yellow's hard decision was the life of a beautiful butterfly in which she spends her day making the world a better place by covering it with flowers.
Not quite getting the parallel, Emma insisted that her blog had to be "Hope for the People" because, "people need hope too". --The blessed one, Emma's mom.