Saturday, April 14, 2012

M Stands For...

    mine!!!!
Which is the title of the story I wrote  when I was seven. My nephews had just tried to take my Barbie dolls heads off! I knew after writing this little diddy, that one day I would be a famous writer. I mean, come on, it's easy to tell. Right?? Oh and 'this place' was my room, my house, my back yard and front yard, and my sidewalk too. My bear dog was my boxer, Bruno. He was huge!
 Mine!!!! Writen by Robyn, the quean of this place!
The evil stupd boys have gone from this place. They wanted to hert what was mine. All of this place is mine. It is all mine. I pulled off their ears and made ear soup. Then I pluckt their noses and fed them to my hungrey bear dog. 
After I ate the soup I smiled at mysellf. I petted my bear dog and he smiled at hisself.
The boys now know you cann't mess with the queen of this place!
*ducks again* For more A to Z click the alphabet box on the top of my sidebar. Happy weekend. Keep a watch on your place. *ahem*
 
                                                                                          

22 comments:

Bob Scotney said...

I see I shall have to be careful what I say. I wouldn't dare mess with you!

Bish Denham said...

Oh you cannibal you!

Medeia Sharif said...

What an imaginative, bloody story. :D

Damyanti said...

Look forward to the rest of your challenge run…can’t believe we’ve had 14 days already!
--Damyanti, Co-host A to Z Challenge April 2012

Twitter: @AprilA2Z
#atozchallenge

Cheryl Klarich said...

I LOVED this story.
I think it's so important to have a healthy sense of self!!

(((hugs)))

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

HI Robyn .. alles iz minez .. ok - don't fancy ear-soup though .. ?!

Glad you were happy once you'd sorted them outa yore plaz ..

Cheers Hilary

cleemckenzie said...

Great way to get out that anger! Why is it those nephews always decapitated Barbie? I think there's a book in this.

Mina Burrows said...

LOL! Classic. Very cute and imaginative. They deserved it!

Tracy said...

I bet your cousins grew up to be afraid of you? That is really funny but grand that it was saved!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

You showed them!

Valerie Sloan said...

LOL Loved this story. It's amazing when you get to look back at some of the stuff you wrote when you were young. 'Ear soup' = awesome. What a creative mind you had, even as a kid. :)

Susanne Drazic said...

LOL, cute post. Ear soup? Have a wonderful weekend!
: )

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

Yep, clearly you were destined to be a world-renown author.

mare ball said...

funny! stopping by from a-z challenge. You're a great writer. But, I guess you know that. :-) Will check back again!

michelle said...

The writing was on the wall... from the tender age of 7 years...

Sarah Pearson said...

If I come to visit you, would it be okay if we ate out? ;-)

Theresa Milstein said...

Besides the typos, this piece has it all--drama, revenge, and a satisfying ending! Thanks for the laugh.

Donna K. Weaver said...

That totally made me smile. Typos and everything!

J.L. Campbell said...

Now that's a favourite word of many kids. 'Mine!'

LynNerdKelley said...

That's a pretty awesome story for a 7-year-old. Quite adorable. Yes, you were destined to become a famous writer way back in the wee days. I love this story. Thanks for sharing it!

Jeremy Bates said...

Funny. Sadly, if you were 7 today and wrote that, they'd want to put you in jail or some kind of counseling, after being expelled from school.

Davin Malasarn said...

This is awesome!