Wednesday, February 27, 2008

I have never done a wordless Wednesday

But here is a try...

Once upon a time there was a young lady named 'Salina.

'Salina liked to dress up...

'Salina had a wonderful dress-up box that her friend's filled for her fourth birthday.

One day, 'Salina decided whimsically to create her own mythical beast...

This monster was half-cat, half-horse, and could breath fire and grant wishes...

Unfortunately, the magic fire could not quell the moment being captured in its beauty, and no matter how much she wished she did not become invisible.

Ah, the curse of being a blogger's daughter - even your past is not safe...

She did live happily ever after, though. So did her mum.

13 comments:

Jenni said...

Shoot! I forgot about Wordless Wednesday! Oh well.

What a cutie you have there. My kids always loved the dress up boxes I kept for them. I would pick up interesting items at garage sales to add to the collection. Their friends loved it too. I was amazed to find that every home with children does not have a dress up box. I think that in this high tech world many people don't think of such a low tech toy. Too bad. There's no imagination in playing video games.

mommamia said...

She is so cute. Her imagination is great.

Julie Pippert said...

I love it! She's awesome.

Tracey said...

The dress up box has been a hit in our house over the years too. But I think 'Salina's imagination outrates that of all three of my girls put together! And some!

"The curse of being a blogger's daughter."... My three would agree with you on that one.

A said...

So kewl!

Kelley said...

Um, the whole reason (well one of them) I don't do wordless wednesday is cause I HAVE to put words in.... sorta like you did.

Perhaps they should rename it wordy wednesday and then we can all play along!

Mama Zen said...

Those pictures are priceless!

Lightening said...

LOL - well done! No words in there at all! ;) Well, only about the same number as most other participants I read. :) LOVELY pics!!!!!

debby said...

The best gift you can give a child is a childhood. I think Salina is having a lovely one.

One of my kids favorite things was a refrigerator box. I'd bring one home, and we'd cut windows out, and they'd disappear in there for hours with their crayons, decorating their house. Or their airplane, or their spaceship.

I want to do it all again.

*Sniff*

You and BB are twisting my mind with these pictures of your beautiful children. I'm too old for longings like this....

tiff said...

Great Word full wednesday
We love our dress up box here.

jeanie said...

Thank you for all your kind comments.

One of the best things we had growing up was also our dress-up box, and I really wanted one for 'Salina.

When she had her 4th birthday, we had a huge party and I requested something for a dress-up box - it really worked. No useless toys that she never played with, but an endless joy of her imagination.

And she has always been one with an amazing imagination!

baby~amore' said...

very cute ! don't worry about the words ..we all do it .
My Little Drummer boys

baby~amore' said...

Good news or maybe not ?
I am your 'Lightening's' swap partner
My Little Drummer boys