Saturday, January 22, 2011

For Shannon

Look what I found.
From fifth grade.




And here is proof that she had it out for me since day one.
I mean, look at that face! She never even gave me a chance!
She had purposed from the beginning that I was her little room cleaner and a well body to bruise up, and scar.





...................................................................................................................................
Don't worry. We got it all out of our system.
Did we have a prank war when I was older where she put baby powder on the blades of my ceiling fan?
Yes.
Did I put strawberry jelly under the door handle of her car?
Yes.
Do we love each other dearly now and talk as often as we can and share mom stories and tips and advice and encourage one another and laugh?
Yes.

Thank you Lord, for sisters. Especially mine.

6 comments:

Jenny Galloway said...

Hahahahaha! This is hilarious and so sweet all at the same time! I love the snippet of the entry before the "I hate my sister" rant. You did like the boy first Jessica! LOL

jessica kiehn said...

haha jenny! Oh gosh, I could do a whole other post on how boy crazy I was. The entire diary is "i like mike, no now i like matt. matt is so ugly i love tj. tj is so mean to me now i like randy"

oh brother.

Anonymous said...

Jessica, I remember it VERY differently!

The reason I did (sometimes) use physical ways of expressing my frustation was because I was the perfectionist trying to keep our room spotless and YOU my dear were the one creating a chaotic mess. "cleaning, making beds, vacooming, dusting".....ha!

More diary entries please!

Haley Galloway said...

HAHAHA! I MUST read through my old diary (It looks a lot like the one you have!) How funny!

Sheryl said...

This cracks, cracks me up!!! I love how you girls have grown into amaaaaazing mommies. I'm so immensely proud of you both and the beautiful way you mother your children. Oh, the stories your children will tell when they are grown!:)

nicole everett said...

i dont know really how i came to find this particular blog
but this is hilarious seriously oh my
i remember you back in 5th grade and i can HEAR you saying this lol oh my so funny

Saturday, January 22, 2011

For Shannon

Look what I found.
From fifth grade.




And here is proof that she had it out for me since day one.
I mean, look at that face! She never even gave me a chance!
She had purposed from the beginning that I was her little room cleaner and a well body to bruise up, and scar.





...................................................................................................................................
Don't worry. We got it all out of our system.
Did we have a prank war when I was older where she put baby powder on the blades of my ceiling fan?
Yes.
Did I put strawberry jelly under the door handle of her car?
Yes.
Do we love each other dearly now and talk as often as we can and share mom stories and tips and advice and encourage one another and laugh?
Yes.

Thank you Lord, for sisters. Especially mine.

6 comments:

Jenny Galloway said...

Hahahahaha! This is hilarious and so sweet all at the same time! I love the snippet of the entry before the "I hate my sister" rant. You did like the boy first Jessica! LOL

jessica kiehn said...

haha jenny! Oh gosh, I could do a whole other post on how boy crazy I was. The entire diary is "i like mike, no now i like matt. matt is so ugly i love tj. tj is so mean to me now i like randy"

oh brother.

Anonymous said...

Jessica, I remember it VERY differently!

The reason I did (sometimes) use physical ways of expressing my frustation was because I was the perfectionist trying to keep our room spotless and YOU my dear were the one creating a chaotic mess. "cleaning, making beds, vacooming, dusting".....ha!

More diary entries please!

Haley Galloway said...

HAHAHA! I MUST read through my old diary (It looks a lot like the one you have!) How funny!

Sheryl said...

This cracks, cracks me up!!! I love how you girls have grown into amaaaaazing mommies. I'm so immensely proud of you both and the beautiful way you mother your children. Oh, the stories your children will tell when they are grown!:)

nicole everett said...

i dont know really how i came to find this particular blog
but this is hilarious seriously oh my
i remember you back in 5th grade and i can HEAR you saying this lol oh my so funny