Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A little 'Thank You' note!

Back in the summertime, my girls and boys were sent a lovely present from their Auntie Joyce in the UK.  Because the weather was too nice for them to stay indoors, I made them wait until now, when the nights are drawing in, to use this gift.

The gift in question is a fabulous Apple laptop!!!  The kids are absolutely delighted with it as it is something they've wanted for ages!  Olive, my Jerry Berry Sleepy Jerry, got to use it first because, unfortunately, she is struggling with her studies.....her spelling and grammar leave a lot to be desired....but as you can see, she is working very hard to do better at both! ;)


It didn't take her long to get the hang of the keyboard, look at those little fingers whizzing over the keys!!!!


 Such concentration on her sweet little face, she'll be Top of the Class at this rate!


I can't wait to see what little gems of school work she produces!


Oh my goodness, I'm soooo sorry Joyce, what a cheeky little monkey!  Please accept my apologies for her dreadfully forward behaviour.....there will be no 'plastic card' OR internet for this one for a while, that's for sure!!!


Adding my thanks to Olive's, although hopefully with better spelling, I'd like to say thank you again Joyce for the sweet present, which is actually a little handbag mirror!  But of course it is the perfect 'prop' for my dolls, so that is where it will get most use!!

Kises and ugs, Sharon xxx ;)

17 comments:

  1. Lovely photo story Sharon, that cheeky Olive certainly needs help with her spelling! But we understand her perfectly. These little mirror, laptops are great for the dolls.
    hugs Dee xxx

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    1. LOL yes, she's a little minx isn't she! I never expected such cheek from her, I should have guessed though, shouldn't I!!!!
      xxx

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  2. Dear olive, how sweet of you to send your letter thanking me for the lap top.
    I do hope you enjoy it and share with your sisters.
    Sorry about the card but I didn't want to get you into bad ways as I know what it's like getting carried away with plastic on here.
    Hugs and kisses
    Aunty joyce xxx

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    1. LOL thanks again Joyce, on behalf of the dambuster dolls, they'll have lots of fun with this.
      And once again, apologies for this little child being so forward!! ;)
      xxx

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  3. 'Lo Olive
    Want to be emayul pals? I'm not a good spellinger neither, but I tray hard.
    Autumn Strawberina xx

    PS, I ewes Mams plastic thingy wen she is owt four ebuy, got new stuf comyng and awl Idid was put in nummbas off it, thay never akst four moneys even.
    AS

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    1. Oh my gawd, she does NOT need any encouragement thank you very much young lady!!!!
      ;)
      xxx

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  4. A superb and most amusing post. Loved it!


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    1. Thanks Kendal, glad you enjoyed it.....I don't know how my girl got so cheeky though! ;)
      xxx

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  5. This is so funny, love the letter and the forwardness of it....that girl is destined for great things....or maybe not! ;-) I wonder where they get these ideas about Ebay, plastic cards etc....

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    1. I've no idea but I'm horrified!!
      :)

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  6. LOL I love Olive's Thank You letter.... obviously the laptop is inspiring her to write more already! That last picture is the cutest thing. :D

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    1. Thanks Lynn....she may be a bit behind in her studies but my goodness, she's not backward in coming forward, is she!!
      :)

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  7. A great laptop, the pictures are sweet too :-). Congratulations with this lovely present! Hugs xx

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  8. Hummmm . . . have Olive been taking lessons from Gro? (My PukiFee Showoo girl) I have had to change my PayPal password twice to prevent her from buying things.

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  9. Love Miss Olive, Sharon! What a great post and crafty letter too. The laptop is a wonderful gift from Antie Joyce :) xxx

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  10. Thank you for your comments, Night Owl, Dustbunnie and Ginger!! I'm glad you enjoyed my post :)
    xxxx

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  11. jakaż pilna i wdzięczna uczennica - Ona jest niemalże
    bajkowa - taka trochę komiksowa - albo jak z fantasy
    (mogłaby śmiało być elfem, skrzatem, wróżką)

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