Hera and the one who teaches grammar

 

We’re winding down the last week of school, and today, Olivia’s class presented a series of plays based on Greek myths. Above, Olivia is dressed as her role of queen of the gods, Hera. For the performance finale, each child presented her or his parent or caregiver with a yellow rose and a handwritten note. Below, with best-guess spelling intact, I’ve reprinted the text of Olivia’s note to me. I love how clear her voice sounds in this letter. I call my daughter an artist, but I may have to switch that to writer.

Dear Mom:

Thank you for all the things you have done for me and my classmates to make this year fun. Mom, you helped with writers work shop witch is so helpfull because my class learned from you correct puncuation.

I will love you forever and always.

Love, Olivia

OXOXO

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4 Responses to “Hera and the one who teaches grammar”

  1. June says:

    Extra punctuation inserted with good reason–
    g.o.r.g.e.o.u.s

  2. Jessica says:

    Love it!
    How quickly our girls are growing up. A long way from our Antigua days.~

  3. Dilyara says:

    All I want to say is
    where is the Like button ;)

    Love!

  4. Jessica says:

    Sweet, D.

    Thank you!

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