Schooling has been going well, and A has recently become very interested in telling stories. She's always been, and can carry on for long durations, sometimes to the dismay of the audience, which of course does not include mom and dad, who can sit and listen to their children for hours. At least some parents.
Her mode of storytelling as of lately has been cartoons. She's created her own strip, and it's a scream to read. Pretty clever, and funny to boot. I love reading them, and she gets a huge kick out of creating them and can get absorbed for hours. As a parent, on so many levels, you just can't beat that. What really impresses me about the cartoons is the level of sophistication in the way she gets her messages across, and probably has a lot to do with how many comics, or graphic novels as they are now called, she's read.
I wonder if cartoons count towards the state home school requirements for writing. No matter, we'll count them as such.
Until the next time, thanks for reading.