Tuesday, May 21, 2013

#WordlessWednesday - Future Author w Linky!

 
Orangie had written out this huge 3 page story, and her teacher encouraged her to type it up too. I was shocked by how she obviously loved writing (and I'd somehow missed that!), but also by how quickly she typed it up!
 
I see a possible author in the making!
 
 
Now it's your turn! Link up! :) 


41 comments:

  1. How absolutely fabulous!!! She definitely takes after her awesome mum!!!!

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  2. That''s great! A future blogger!

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  3. Very cool! I used to LOOOVE writing stories as a kid. In Grade 5/6 I wrote two stories which grew to over 100 pages each - got tired of both before finishing them. My creativity got zapped at some point though - I think it was enrolling in the Computer Science program at uni. Encourage her to keep writing!!!

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  4. That's pretty neat! Good for her! =)

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  5. this is awesome!
    would you like to follow each other on GFC, BLOGLOVIN' or GOOGLE+?
    let me know! I really want to keep in touch.

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  6. Good for her!! Definitely gets it from her mom ;)

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  7. Some things just run in the family. :)

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  8. that's great, love when I see kids enjoying reading and writing. thanks for hosting!

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  9. That's awesome - maybe she should start a blog, too!

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  10. OMG my daughter has started to ask to type out her stories on our computer lately too! It's so cute.

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  11. Kids type so much faster than we did as children. It is so different how having easy access to computers changes things.

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  12. Wow good for her! Nice that she wrote a 3 page story and typed it up so quickly! Have a great week.

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  13. Oh how sweet, fabulous that she has found her love of writing!

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  14. maybe the next Dan Brown!
    no, wait, lets hope for better than that...lol

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  15. I loved when my teachers would assign essays, even all the way up through college! I loved writing!

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  16. It's wonderful to see your child excel at something like that!!

    Happy WW :)

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  17. That is great! My 8 year old informed me the other day that she wants to write a report about China over summer vacation!

    Thanks for visiting my WW @ The Breezy Mama! Have a great Wednesday!

    Amy @ http://thebreezymama.com

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  18. She'll be blogging before you know it! x

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  19. That's wonderful to see her working on her skills! Glad she loves to write!! :)

    http://workingmommyjournal.blogspot.ca/2013/05/little-soccer-star-in-training-ww.html

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  20. Oh Thank you for coming my way on WW. Your blog is fun and general. I tried general at first but I was ALL over the place. Now I just do family and fashion at thrift shops or great sales at reg ular stores. Much better fit for me. Come join, I hope to inspire.

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  21. The best part is you caught her in action! :)

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  22. Like mother like daughter. :D

    Narathip Wall
    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com
    www.dealsandfree.blogspot.ca

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  23. I also did a lot of creative writing when I was younger, I hope she continues to do what she enjoys!

    http://misfitmomma.com/2013/wordless-wednesday-sunday-night-bonfire/

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  24. That's awesome, sometimes we are so busy parenting we don't always see the obvious talents!

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  25. Yeah a future blogger =) thanks for joining us today and for hosting just linked up. Happy WW!

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  26. Fabulous ! When I was little I wrote stories all the time then I signed them by Paula the star! Lol. I had a grandiose vision if what an author is I think.

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  27. That's awesome. Especially when they can type it themselves :)

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  28. That's so wonderful! What was her story about?

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  29. My daughter loves to write also. She is quite the storyteller. Its nice to see, don't you think since we too are storytellers.

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  30. That's great! A passion for writing (and reading!) at an early age- I bet she will go far in life!

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  31. That's really great that she's so creative!

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  32. So cute, next blogger in the family indeed

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