I'm pretty sure that when you get a miracle, you're supposed to share it.
Reminds me of "The Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler."
@hokgardner - LOVED that book as a kid and my daughter did, too, in her time.
awwww ... I hope Jane asked for something really good, cuz she's a great kid. (Curious curious :) what're they cookin' up??)
OMG! So, can I go with them? Please?????
I think I am a little afraid of your children. They are WAY too smart and articulate for their own good!
Not just into the woods, or into the forest, but into the WILD!! How exciting! Maybe they can take along a chaperon (you know, just in case of emergency??) LOL
Well it's either vegetable, animal or mineral, though I don't think minerals get bigger.Cannot wait to see what they are up to.
as long as the experience does not include an abandoned bus in Alaska, I think you're fine
You know what I love about this letter? The way all the bases have been covered. This is what they're doing. In case you want to "do this" - you should "do this". In case "this happens" - the "this will happen". Know what I mean. She (they) have been so much thought into the letter, keeping you aware of the situation, calming your fears, letting you know what will happen in an emergency. Nice forward thinking Cooper girls.
I totally agree, Kathy! Like, if they come home, it's NOT for good or anything. Just for a week. Don't get your hopes up. While I think the plot was probably both girls, this letter is ALL Jane.Meanwhile, I think they've abandoned plans to have this "experience." "Ana bailed on me," said Jane, highly indignant.
OH! And the surprise was that Jane rescued a cucumber plant and planted it in a pot where it is now flourishing madly.She's possibly more excited about our garden than I am. Possibly.
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