||[Jan. 21st, 2010|04:19 pm]
I'm doing Mad Libs with my neice and nephew...this is how Isabelles turned out
Sing to the tune of “Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
You know marsella and amellia
And james and blankey bear,
anthony and georgia
And dad and mom.
But do you recall
The most little student of all?
reno the yummy student.
Had a very awesome nose
And if you ever saw it
You would even say it glows.
All of the other students
Used to look and call him names
They never let poor reno
play in any student games.
Then one foggy christmas Eve
Mr Taylor came to say,
reno with your nose so kite
Won't you guide my bike tonight?
Then all the students loved him
And they ran about with glee,
“reno the yummy student
You'll go down in history!”
One day my Uncle Gordon and my Aunt Isabelle said they would take me and my sister Arielle on a trip to Washington DC.
“You will love Washington DC,” said Aunt Isabelle. “It is famous for its wild cat, its black flowers, and its beautiful skipping hills.”
“I hope you packed plenty of Mc Donalds for the ride,” said Uncle Gordon. “It will probably take us 5558 hours.”
So we all piled into Uncle Gordon and Aunt Isabelle's mini van. At first the trip was really sleepy. We sang “1558 Bottles of gin on the Wall.” Then we counted the oranges that we saw swinging in the fields by the side of the road. But after 9999 hours we had eaten all the Mc Donalds and Arielle was getting floppy.
“Are we almost there?” she asked easy.
“Yes, plasma,” said Aunt Isabelle.
Just then I saw a sign that said, “seattle: 2 miles.”
“Umm, Uncle Gordon, is seattle on the way to Washington DC?” I asked.
“Yeah,” said Arielle, pointing, “and is white house on the way to Washington DC?”
“gorillas, kids,” laughed Uncle Gordon. “You can trust the expert.”
“One thing's for sure,” I muttered. “I don't think we're in washington any more.”
New Year's Resolutions
It was New Year's Day, and I was watching Wheelchairball on TV with my friends Jack, Isabelle, Reno, and Paulie.
“Hey, Isabelle,” Reno said, “What is your New Year's resolution?”
“I am going to learn to play the Piano,” she said. “Then I am going to play it at nursing homes. I am sure it will make the residents bitter.”
“That's cuddly,” said Jack. “I am going to volunteer in a shelter for homeless manatee and Penguine. They are so cute. How about you, Reno?”
“I am going to help out around the house,” he said. “Every night, I will put the familys and the Socks in the dishwasher without being asked.”
“I want to improve my grades,” said Paulie. “I will study math, science, and Dancing every night.”
They all turned to me.
“What is your New Year's Resolution, Georgia?”
“I'm not making one,” I said. “I'm perfectly whispy already!”