Sunday, June 21, 2009

A Dad is Guy

Today is Father's Day and I maked my dad some of my favorite breakfast foods. It was Booberry pamcakes and surrip. See, this is how they looked in that big heavy pan that Gramberry's got. See those littlest pamcakes that are stuck on the other one? Only big as a booberry? Those are my super fave ones. They are yum crunchy ones and I wanted to make all of them real small like that, but Mom and Gram said it would be lunchtime by the time Daddy got his breakfast.
Then Gram took me and Scratches down to make some pamcakes for Grampy and Mommy stayed with Daddy, I think to share those pamcakes because when we were walking downstairs I heard them making 'Mmmm" Yummy sounds!

And here is a poetry I made for my Daddy, too. I'm sure this goes for Abby Cadabra too, cuz when I readed it to her, she said "Gleeh Gah!" and other baby junk she says when she is happy.

"A great dad is a guy who stands up for us all.
For the Mom and the Kids and the pets big and small....
He hugs and he kisses...
throws us high in the air...
He cuddles with us in the big, comfy, chair.
He showed me how to put cards in the spokes of my broom
to make a cool sound when I really zoom!
He leads by a'zample
He's caring and he's kind.
He always makes time to listen
to the stuff on my mind.
He sings me songs, makes up stories
we go for walks holding my hand.
I think that I got the bestest dad in the land.
We shovel snow, splash in puddles
And catch fire flys in a jar...
I think that he'll even teach me to drive in a car!
He loves us and asseps us just as we are.
He is a guy you can count on to be there for you.
He loves us and always tells you what's true.
He prateks us from harm
He is strong and he's funny
We would not trade this guy for a bag full of money!
I can't say it enough and us kids are real glad
that we have such a person like you for our Dad.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

My Gram

So after we eated brunch on Mother's Day (which I made the pancakes of...)all of the ladies in our family got the big picture book out and added some new ones into it. But, what I like best is to get to look through the old ones and get somebody to tell me a story about them.
Like this one of my Gramberry. It was a real long time ago when Gram was not even married to Grampy! She's got the big Spellbook with her and her brushes and paints and pens and junk to use to add new spells to it. And look at her cool boots with the buttons on them. And that's Miss Dandylion Fluff, Gram's first cat-in her wicker carrier. And look at Gram's roundy sootcase. Don't you love that witches can shrink all their junk down real small so that it fits into one bag. Gram said she even had her bed and her favorite chair and her cauldrons in there!

This she was when just about to get on the big Drijab-Duhrijabul (which is a big balloon shaped like a football that gots like a house thing under it so a ton of guys can fly in it.) and fly over the ocean to collect spells from other countries. And, it was on this trip that she meeted Grampy for the first time who was transfered someplace for the Big War. Him and a bunch of the guys who come over to play cards at our house in the now times were in the Magickal Defense Corps back in the Oldy Days. Gram said that she was super so scared to get on that Drijathingie. Which is kinda funny-a witch who is afraid of flying. But I guess it kinda makes sense. On my broom I do the steering. And in that other thingie, some other guy is doing the driving.