Our lonely Five Minute Friday post

Maggie's thoughts on the word lonely

 

Today’s word for Five Minute Friday is “lonely”.  We wrote this on Monday at a restaurant while waiting for our food.  Daddy said that we had to write or draw until the food came.  That’s why the pictures are a little more elaborate than usual.

Age 9:

Her handwriting has really improved between her last one as an eight year-old and this one.

Maggie's thoughts on the word lonely

age 3:

Maisy's scribbles on the word lonely

age 6:

When I am lonely, I ask Maisy to play with me.  (The picture is of herself, sitting under a tree, lonely)

Mariana's thoughts on the word lonely

1 comment

  1. Wow! I love your pictures today!
    Even your mom’s title caught my attention this morning because I don’t even like to think a blog is lonely! I was thinking your blog had no links this week!
    I don’t like to be lonely, either, and find many ways to “be with friends” like Age 9 suggests. In Age 3’s picture, I see an upside down heart and I think that really shows how I feel when I’m lonely…upside down and sad. Well, it at least makes me smile upside down, like this 🙁 And like Age 6, when I’m lonely (for you all especially), I ask my sister to hang out with me. Sometimes that works. It really works to get rid of lonely by thinking about others.
    I didn’t know this week’s word would be LONELY, but have to say I was too busy to be lonely. I was asked to work at the office front desk. Some of my hours were filled with special little friends visiting my city. (I wrote about 2 of them on my blog this week). The little girls reminded me so much of Age 6!!
    Most of all, it makes me not so lonely to see your pictures of friends and sisters who can play and show me that you are sharing Happiness instead of being lonely!
    Way to go, girls!!

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