A Bit Of Nostalgia – Volume 1

If you have ever wondered what I wrote about as a child, you are in luck. I recently went through a tub of my old papers that my mom saved and found some fairly entertaining compositions. If you have never wondered what I wrote about as a child, you are in the majority, but I’m about to share it with you anyhow.

These classic writings were done when I was between 8 and 12 years old, so prepare to have your mind blown by totally awesome awesomeness.

#1: Why Animals Are Endangered
Some animals are endangered because people shoot them. A few of them are the bald eagle, Saddam Hussein, bobcats, and the buffalo. There are lots more that I could name but it would take too long.

#2: A Letter To Mom
Dear Mom,

Who could ask for anything more than a sweet Toyota mom! Just a little joke I made up.

Dear Mom,
I love you because you let me play outside when it’s sunny, you also let me stay up late sometimes, and when you do I like to play baseball with Tyler. When Tyler hits it the ball goes up to outer space that’s how good he hits the ball sometimes. When he does I say good hit Tyler and he runs around.

Your son,


#3: Tim And Jamie’s English
George was a bodacious, awesome, radical, and dudical rich dude. He was also always a glad, proud, important, unique, nice, gentle, creative, smart, kind, sweet, honorable, friendly, scientific, caring, adventurous, curious, loveable, neat, also a wonderful dude.

He was also a teacher. Now he is dead. He was also interesting. He was also black.

#4: Spring by Tim Payne
Spring is for playing baseball, soccer, and maybe even a game or two of basketball. Spring is also for rain. When it rains there is usually something else to do like play games with your family. On rainy days I usually read, read, read, read, read. So open a good book today and read.

There you have it – a glimpse into the mind of me as a child. For those of you craving more (Mom), have no fear – there is more to come…including a couple short books that I can’t believe never rocketed to the top of the New York Times Bestsellers.


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