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08:57 pm: Only at the Wright Household

"Mom!" Juss calls from the Bedroom when he's supposed to be sleeping, "Where's Arko? I can't find him?"


Anyone else's children lose or misplace their invisible friends? I should have known this kid was going to be trouble ever since the time he cried because he left his imaginary skateboard in the car, back when he was three.

Right now, as I am writing, Juss calls from bedroom "Mom, Arko doesn't have a blanket."
I call back: "He has an imaginary blanket."
Juss: "He can't find it!" 
Mommy, not getting up from the keyboard, "Well, Arko can go look for it."

And now, "Arko can't find his mouse!" (Orville sleeps with a toy mouse, the one from the "If You Take A Mouse..." books. I guess Arko does, too.) 

Arko really has to start keeping better track of his stuff! 



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Date:January 29th, 2008 11:13 am (UTC)

He's not invisible, but he IS missing

Ben's beloved pumpkin man has not been seen for months. Ben, who hates to draw, has made up wanted/missing posters for him. Made another one yesterday.

This is not the first time he's gone AWOL. But it's sweet that Ben still misses him, big boy that he is.

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Date:January 29th, 2008 02:04 pm (UTC)

Re: He's not invisible, but he IS missing

Mr. Spaghetti in my faery story was inspired by Pumpkin Man.
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Date:January 29th, 2008 06:04 pm (UTC)
I love your kid posts.
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