MOP April 7: An Illustrated Childhood story

Me: I don’t know what to post about. Tell me a random story from our childhood.

Jenny: Do you remember the time that I made an oven out of cardboard, and you decided to help me make something in it?

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So we took those pie pans–not the smallest ones, but the small-ish old and rusty ones.

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And we mixed together sugar, and flour, and water, and we put it in the pie pans.

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Then we put them in the oven, and we left them there to dry. Only it took like, two weeks for them to dry.

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And then when they finally dried they stank REALLY bad.

(Squiggly lines indicate smelliness. Not heat. Not hair, either.)

(Squiggly lines indicate smelliness. Not heat. Not hair, either.)

I mean, seriously. Like, the whole playhouse stank for two weeks.

(More squiggly lines = more smelliness.)

(More squiggly lines = more smelliness.)

Me: Wow, interesting.

(Personally, I have no memory of this, but whatever.)

Read yesterday’s MOP post, written by Mom, HERE.

Tomorrow, Jenny will write the April 8 MOP post HERE.

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One response to “MOP April 7: An Illustrated Childhood story

  1. The PICTURES!! I laughed so hard. Oh my, and those spider arms/smell radiations all over the last pic. UNbelievable.

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