Thursday, October 29, 2009

The Tall Dolls at School




Dear Friends,

Thank you, as always, for your kind comments that warm our hearts and make us smile. What treasures you all are!

Our Tall Doll families have been very busy lately, attending classes at the Pink Street Elementary (So named for the pink carpet in Audrey's room).



There have been many creative and unusual teachers, such as: Mrs. Lemming (Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic), Mr. Environment (Science), Mrs. Rundel (Art), and Miss Z, the principal.


There were many assignments to complete, including papers on The Grasslands and Horses in America, as well as memorizing spelling words for the Great Spelling Bee, which was held last Friday evening at 6:30.


Some of the lovely artwork produced during class.


The Spelling Bee


Jessica was the proud winner of the Spelling Bee.

Of course, it hasn't been all work and no play! There were several field trips taken to enjoy the beautiful fall colors and learn about the Great Outdoors.





We hope that you enjoyed peeking at Pink Street Elementary~All of this was the product of the girls' own imaginations, making this mama very proud indeed!

Love,

Marqueta

13 comments:

  1. Dearest Dollies~ *sigh*
    and beautiful young, fair maidens! :)
    How sweet and lovely!!
    Some of the happiest memories
    of my girlhood were playing with
    my dollies!!! ;)

    LOVELY indeed!!

    Blessings~ Miss Jen

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  2. Oh how I wish I could attend! The school work looks a little challenging and the art class seems advanced but it does look like such a wonderful school!
    I think it would be excellent to win a spelling bee how exciting for tall doll Jessica!
    And school outdoors aghhhhh is that not just the best school ever!!!!
    Thanks for sharing
    Blessings Heather ;D

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  3. This reminds me so much of when I also had dolls that I took everywhere ~ oh the adventures we had together ;-)

    Que felicidad saber que tus ninas Y tu nino utilizan sus imaginaciones que Nuestro Senor les ha dado!

    Gracias por compartir tu lindo dia.

    Con mucho carino,

    maria

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  4. Oh, what sweet little dolls and lovely young ladies! The artwork is just amazing! How talented your girls are. Thank you for sharing.
    Blessings,
    Selia

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  5. I love pink street elementary, you need a Mrs. Lovedove. Clarice

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  6. Your family is beautiful Marqueta!
    Such warm and beautiful memories they are making : )Such sweetness in your days!

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  7. dear mama
    tall doll school is fun:)
    i love you and i like you

    love
    ~tasha

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  8. Dear Marqueta, I loved reading about your sweet school days. Your children are very creative indeed. I think they get that from their mom and dad!

    I've been thinking of you today.

    Love,
    Lynn

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  9. oh, what a sweet little school! they girls are running a wonderful establishment! I recognize some "American Girl" dolls! I always loved samantha....I own Felicity and Kirsten :)

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  10. Everything looks so cute and beautiful! I love to see that my girls aren't the only one's who love playing dolls. They love creating worlds for them, and it's so good for their imaginations! :) Thanks for sharing this! My girlies loved looking at it! :)

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  11. Our own girls(and boys)s like to be creative like this too.
    We have lots of dressing up and make believe activites in our home. I think it is wonderful when they do this. They get so involved in the 'plays' they have created.
    Wonderful!
    God Bless

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  12. Dear Mama,
    Thank you for doing a post about "Pink Street Elementary", it is fun to do doll school! the dolls get two weeks off for fall vacation! before Mrs.lemming, there was: Miss honey (reading), Mr. penmanship (writing),
    and Mr.subtraction(the dolls call him "Mr.subby", and he teaches math). It was fun to go on the "Field Trips"!
    I love you and I like you!

    Love,

    Audrey

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