by mrsjones5 44 Replies latest jw friends

  • AnnOMaly

    My, that is some gifted child! The imagination/empathy with her character and the way she uses descriptive language shows a level of maturity beyond her years. Nurture it! (I know you are doing so already.)

    Agree - the colored picture is of secondary importance. Not worth losing a mark over.

  • mrsjones5

    I love reading it over and over. I think I'm gonna have to read the book.



    Your right Josie..This is far more important than some of the nonsense we put up with here..You daughter is a sweetie!..................LOL!!...OUTLAW

  • FlyingHighNow

    Amazing, Josie. I'm glad she is aware of her gift of expression and that she gets such loving support from you.

  • mrsjones5

    Thanks Outlaw and FHN.

    Jocelyn is my only daughter. She one tough cookie with a soft side and at times surprising girly. She has attitude that verges on edge of disrespect but she's intensely loyal. Most of the time she can't stand the brothers she in between but adores her younger brother Joshua. She's a bookworm (started reading Harry Potter in the third grade) and always has a book in hand. She been writing since second grade and I've kept items that she's thrown away that just blew me and her father away. She can draw too and I've kept some of her doodles that she's thrown out.

    She's a special kid and I'm glad she's mine, even when I have to ground her like I had to do today. lol


  • reniaa

    She definitely has talent, the final lines had a lot of Power.


  • mrsjones5

    I asked her about that line because it's so profound and she proudly said that it was all her's. Her teacher even wrote "Wow" after that line.

  • caliber

    she's a winner !

    Denis Waitley: Winner QuotesWinners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top so exhilarating

    May your daughter enjoy the view up top the mountain !!!! ~~~Cal

  • Mary

    Hey Josie: That is a fantastic piece of work for an 11 year old. I remember when I still went to the Hall and one of my best friends' 4 year old son drew a picture of their house. Not only did he draw each picket on the fence but he put the shading in where it should be. He was also an extremely gifted story teller and by the age of 7 or 8 had started working on a story about dinasaurs which was really quite impressive. He really was talented and I encourage Betts to enroll him in Enrichment Classes to further develop his talents. She did but then the elders got on her ass for trying to "promote" her son as being anything special. Jerkoffs. The poor kid is now a pioneer building dumb ass KH's in Mexico I think.

    So whatever you do, encourage your daughter to continue on in her writings. She might just be the next J.K. Rowling.


    She's a bright one ! Thanks for sharing this with us sweetie.

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