Journaling: Play. Pretend. Make believe. It's what kids do best. And you, my dear, have perfected the art of make believe to a "t". One of your greatest talents is to take everyday items and find a new purpose for them. In the adult world, we'd say you "think outside of the box". And, in my humble opinion, you could teach a course on this.
For today's lesson, you'll need one drain cover (a great invention in & of itself) which makes a bath hold more water, one drawstring from a pair of mom's old sweatpants, tape (an essential in most designs), and a Captain Feathersword vest (handmade Halloween costume by grandma, circa 2003). Put them all together to form a bellman's uniform (see fig. 1a).
Brady, I've learned so much from your lessons in make believe. And I hope as you grow older, you never lose your ability to think outside of the box!
Bazzill & colormates CS
Scenic Routes chipboard letters
MM chipboard tag
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MM magnetic stamps
Carolee's Creations stitch stamp
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