Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda








19 comments:

  1. Excellent, and so true, anything but the sister. I loved the postcard.

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  2. I always liked that song. It was popular here in the UK at the same time as the USA.

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  3. So funny! Poor baby sister! It's good to be a kid when being hungry and having mosquito bites you are still having fun!

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  4. ha. fun. loved summer camp growing up....we used to have jelly fish fights and sailing...and...and probably would have written similar about my sister...hehe

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  5. I am SO GLAD my children have grown up!

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  6. Haha... not my baby sister made me laugh. Brings back memories of my summer camp years.

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  7. Like the humor, fun short poem. Nice effect with the postcard.

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  8. oh hohohoho ....too damn funny...and now I have that little tune rattling around in my pea brain ..." Hello Mudda Hello Fadda...here I am at Camp Grenada".....who was that singer?
    Cheers sweetie!

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  9. Awwww, typical boy! (LOL) Fun to read, Helen.

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  10. LOL--I love this. This is such a true picture of the voice of an 11-year-old boy!

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  11. love! :)

    what a cutie...and he really doesn't look that much different now! Aw.

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  12. Oh that song makes me laugh every time!! Your son is a cutie--great take on the prompt, bet he missed her after all ;-)

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  13. So clever, Helen! Love the postcard effect and what a cute poem and photo :)

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  14. hahahaha! yeah, dump the little sistah! hahaha! sooo cute!

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  15. Love the expression on his face, love the pants, love the words! Thanks for sharing this.

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  16. Lol! That is funny. I bet they are best friends now.....Christine

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  17. Ah, yes summer prison. Er, um summer camp. Yes. Right!

    Been there, done that; have the scars. Literally.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!
    Bears Noting, Life in the Urban Forest (poetry).

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