On the 17th of this month, when my daughter had her 5th grade class picnic, I helped out. This is part of the results of the picnic. I love this part. Thank you notes from the class. Some sweet, some simple, some almost proded from the child.:):) Yes, I can remember most of the children. I wish they had worn name tags.
This is my favorite letter. It's from a girl named Josie. It says; Dear Nana, Thank you for doing my hair and nails. I just had to go home to show my mom because I loved the way my hair was and how nice (my nails) were painted. Also thank you for cooking the food, it was really good, especially the hot dogs. You look young too, you look 24 or 25 :) Thank you a lot Nana!! Love, Josie.......I know this little girl put her heart in this letter, so it touched my heart.. How can you not love a kid like this. Oh she is my favorite, LOL...she says she thought I looked young. :):) Bless her sweet heart. I can barely stop laughing . I hope they say hello to me if I see them out and about. xoxo
I love that letter! It made me smile and feel good inside. Aren't kids wonderful?ReplyDelete
Nana! You do hair and nails?ReplyDelete
Our children are our national treasure! Thanks for sharing your treasure with us on this day of reflection and everlasting love!
Good Morning Susie, I loved your letter and yes leave it to the kids to know what to say to make us feel better. It makes you smile. My grandson had a camera and was sitting on the deck trying to get a picture of his birds last night while I was at their house. It is raining and stormy here today. Have a great day. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.ReplyDelete
What wonderful letters and what lovely children! Does our hearts good to know we have this younger generation coming up! You did indeed make many memories and left YOUR print on their young lives!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful letter!ReplyDelete
One to keep!!!
Now this letter is a treasure! Puts a smile on my face!ReplyDelete
It sounds like Josie takes the prize for diplomacy!:-) What an excellent teaching opportunity your daughter provided for her students!ReplyDelete
Have a Happy Memorial Day!
I would frame that letter. What a sweetie. I love how little ones think.ReplyDelete
I love anyone who says I look young. Bless them all. I applaud their writing notes. They are way ahead of most adults that I know.ReplyDelete
sigh... you are very lucky. my grandkids do not send them. ever. i don't understand but i shut up...ReplyDelete
Oh thats just to precious! Such sweetness....!ReplyDelete
That is so sweet! All the thank you notes are. You did a good thing for those kids, and you know some of them will remember it all of their days. Wait 10-15 years, and one of them comes up and talks to you about it. ;)ReplyDelete