I had purchased some art paper and a pack of Crayola oil pastels and hid them with the intention of taking them out on a rainy summer day for my daughter to enjoy. However, it seems I am not always good at hiding things because she "found" them.
"Mom, I saw a box of oil pastels and paper under the guest bed. Did you get those for me?"
How is it when I actually NEED her to find something, such as her one missing white church shoe or her reading log, the task seems impossible? But, any other time, she is a regular Nancy Drew.
Sealed with a Kiss, Kirsten