Monday, August 24, 2009

my daily dose of drama




Tess's dream...

an upstairs and her own room.


The hate mail I receive when she is casually denied her dreams.

13 comments:

chattypatra said...

Hahahaha! She's your "frenemy". I wonder what it is she wanted. Maybe to rule the world? Have rock band practice in her room? Brace yourself for her teen years!

Lindsay said...
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Lindsay said...

Thank you for making me literally laugh out loud. Also, thank you for showing me what I have to look forward to.

I miss you.

merathon said...

i love these kinds of notes! but WHAT makes these things come true? that was the one word i didn't get!

Tippettsfam said...

this post makes me so happy!

at first i thought the "please make these come true" said, "reeses make these things come true." which would make sense considering who her momma is... ;) i say you give it a try.

Jane said...

ha!! love the drama. come on, sarah! make those dreams come true dang it. what kind of mother are you?!

supersue said...
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supersue said...
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supersue said...

Just for clarification, Tess dreams of having an upstairs in her house and above all she dreams of having her own room so she wouldn't have to share a room (as she currently does) with her little "immature" sister. Her own room and an upstairs are "thes things" she wants to come true--good mother pending.

I feel for Tess. It is difficult being 7 and having to put up with the inconsistencies, juvenile whims and overall cheery disposition of a 5 year old sister.

katharine said...

this at 7??!!

cassie said...

If it makes her feel any better you can tell her Ava's dreams aren't coming true around here either :)

Emily said...

That is too funny! I can see my future all to well now... :)

Chrissy said...

Sarah- you *must* not love Tess aTaLL !!! Seriously- make that girl's dreams come true :). WOW she is awsome- she may not have perfected the power of persuasion, but you've got to hand it to her- she knows what she wants and knows that she needs your help to get it. LOL- I love those notes! Thanks for posting- I dont feel so alone with having a tweenage drama queen around! ;)