Friday, April 24, 2009

The Blind Fox

My mom gave me a bunch of my childhood stuff about two years ago. I was annoyingly sentimental as I perused through awards, pictures, and report cards. Then I smooshed them together in my desk and didn't think about them again.

Until today.

Give a Girl a Pen's First on Fridays was about your first seed. I remembered seeing a book I'd written in third or fourth grade. I posted it in the comments there, but wanted to share the illustrations with you. I've gotta admit, my drawing skills have not improved since then.


Davin Malasarn said...

That's so exciting! I love stuff like that. Work by children always has so much life to it. Thanks for posting this. :)

KLo said...

I've taken a lot of heat for being a packrat over the years, but now I'm so glad I have all the old stories I had from way back when. My parents claimed to have long since thrown in away, but fortunately it was just in a box in the cellar ; )

Sarah Jensen said...

Okay, I'm impressed, I missed yours somehow on give a girl. But great poem, and beautiful illustrations. You should be published. :)