You gotta love an 8-year-old who reads history.
You gotta love an 8-year-old who brings history to his backyard.
In the words of his dad, Lloyd Rang:
Cameron read that the ancient Romans would insult basil to make it grow better. So, out of love and concern, he put up this (somewhat ironic) sign:
Now excuse me, I’m off to swear at my #$%&ing peonies.
Cameron’s writing has appeared here twice before. I can’t help but adore this kid even though I’ve never met him. Please check out a touching post, How Our Kids Re-Write Us, and a hilarious one, When Kids Try Hot Sauce.
Follow Lloyd’s intelligent and hilarious musings on Twitter: @LloydRang.
Posted on May 29, 2012, in Misspelled, Writing in Weird Places and tagged Ancient Roman garden, funny kids writing, gardening, Lloyd Rang, Stuff Kids Write, Stuffkidswrite.com. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
See, I heard the best way to grow plants was to give it participation awards, etc. Now I see my mistake!
I love this blog! It is so cute and it always makes me laugh, so I nominated it for a Sunshine Award!! http://wp.me/p1Lusc-ic
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