We let our subscription to the local daily paper expire and apparently Sailor was missing it and decided to start publishing his own.
Other then glance over the headlines I hardly ever read anything in our paper but it is quite opposite with Sailor's little publication where I read and enjoy every word.
The sports section reveals the winners of any games that were played the previous day. And the Help Wanted section has quite a few available jobs. A strong person is needed to fix bikes with a knowledge of tools and sweeping garage once done. Another job is someone that can vacuum living room without getting braids into vacuum cleaner.
In news there is an update on happy babies. It reads: Buddy woke up this morning very happy. He smiles, coos, and plays a lot. He also sleeps and cries when he is hungry.
Another headline contained a warning. Beware of Elmer's School Glue. It wrinkles paper and reduces the value of projects so try using glue sticks instead.
A weather forecast reads. It is raining right now but we expect it to stop sometime. So far it always did except once. If you think that one time was when Noah was in the ark you are wrong. It stopped raining after forty days then. The only time it hasn't stopped is right now.
A few clippings from a grocery flyer complete the newspaper.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
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Congratulations, Sailor! News we can use. I love doing the newsletter for the school Latchkey program where I work. :-)ReplyDelete
That newspaper sounds delightful! It's nice to have a journalist reporting good news for a change. Well done! :)ReplyDelete
It sounds like Sailor has gotten his Momma's knack for interesting writing!!ReplyDelete
When my nephew was young, he wrote a weekly paper for family and friends. He did such a wonderful job that we were a bit sad when he grew out of it. He'll be heading off to college in the next couple of years. I think he will pursue a degree in journalism.
That is precious! It looks like he's a budding journalist, for sure. I think the writing gene officially got passed down to the next generation.ReplyDelete
Now, that's the kind of news a person we can use! Sailor is a clever young man. Looks like he has the makings of a very good writer. :)ReplyDelete
It definitely looks like Sailor is going to follow in his Mama's footsteps! Well done, Sailor!ReplyDelete
That is so cute! A future journalist possibly?ReplyDelete
BRAIDS in the vacuum cleaner????ReplyDelete
Tell Sailor he needs to brush up on his supermarket tabloid skills.
I loved hearing about Sailor's newspaper. He is doing a great job!ReplyDelete
That is precious! Something to cherish forever, and so much fun for Sailor :)ReplyDelete
Sailor, great job! I am impressed.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed reading Sailor's news. I hope he enjoys writing, because he's really good!ReplyDelete
Hooray for Sailor! We need the kind of news he's reporting -- factual and immediate. Excellent!ReplyDelete
That is so cool! Thanks for the updates :) I should start doing a news paper for my family :) GREAT IDEA :)ReplyDelete
How wonderfully creative! Is there a future blogger in your family?ReplyDelete
Fantastic ! Your blog is in danger of being overshadowed. :) You must be very proud.ReplyDelete
LOL - I love it!!! We had to put together a newspaper in school one time and it's tricky - looks like he did a great job. That's a saver. ♥ReplyDelete
Love it Sailor! Mom that is one you will need to keep!ReplyDelete
I can imagine that he has a great future as an Editor!ReplyDelete