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April 29, 2006



lol such a grand love!


Oh what a wonderful post! I remember mine too... we made a bannana tree (a branch with bannanas we made out of paper hanging from it) together. We were teased for hanging out with each other becuase boys, of course, were yucky! Ahhh... 5th grade!


Ahhh. Young love. My first sat behind me in class & constantly pinged me on the back of my head. Oh...and he liked to poke me with his pencil. Then on Valentine's Day he showed up with a box of chocolates & a card that said BE MINE. Inside it said, "I luv you. Want to be my girlfriend?" Boys are weird.


aww... karate choppin' love! Great story Leslie... so sweet.


Ah yes... the good ol' days ... Now you'd probably be kicked out of school over some no-tolerance policy on violence. ;) I would never have made it past the 3rd grade.


what is the deal with that pizza anyway? it sounds like noah is pretty much head over heals for allison. did you teach her your karate chop skills? time for a lesson maybe?


awww, cafeteria food! we would eat the rubbery pizza with bacon bits on top and throw the pickles at the walls to watch them stick.

my "noah" loved to knock the crap out of me in dodgeball. all of my friends thought it was great because it was obvious he liked me but i wasn't feeling the love.


Hmm. Somehow the details about Noah's expression of love seemed to have been conveniently left out of the description I got about the day spent in Alison's class. I think I'll have to have a little talk with Noah.


Hi Leslie,
Thanks for visiting my blog - I have a whole book of those illustrations! They are lovely like yours are. Amazing work. I will be visiting often!


Hee hee hee! What a sweet story! My Noah was always reducing me to tears (and now I can't remember his name for the life of me!), and my sister had a Lincoln, who I had to "rough up" on the playground to leave my sister alone.

If only we knew then what we know now.



aw! i can never get over your kids. they are too friggin cute and i love that you are remembering/documenting all the special moments. little boys are a trip.

and alison's thighs and bathing suit in the previous post, adorable!

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