Thursday, October 13, 2011

Thank you Letter

Dear Mrs. Connoly and Mrs. Norton,

Thank you for the box of great items! You and those anonymous have a knack for choosing gifts.

My favorite was the pencil and notebook case. I put the three colorful notebooks with quotes on the cover that came in the box as well and my old, huge, blue one because I want to be an author.

I really liked the book about Mary Cassatt and "Hands" by Lois Ehlert. I was inspired to do creative things more often.

The clothes I got were great; the short yellow pants and the jeggings. They are very comfortable, and comfort is my number one priority in clothing.

A million thanks to you and your friends. Your gifts are greatly appreciated.

Katie M. Borobia


  1. Your mom has mentioned what a great writer you are! I am so glad you got the notebooks! You are very welcome!

  2. You're welcome Katie! I am looking forward to you becoming a great author, then I can say: "I was reading her blog when she was just getting started, and wearing jeggings!" :)

  3. Katie, yes I am still selling photographs, including ones of my chickens, Elizabeth, Emily, and Mary Ann. Mary Ann is the top chicken, Elizabeth is the middle chicken, and Emily, a little brown and white hen (did I mention they're Rhode Island Reds?) is my favorite.
    For Halloween, I'm going to be Medusa, although I change my mind a lot.
    Yours sincerely,
    (the picture is my mommy, not me)

  4. That is so cool! How much? And your going to be Medusa is really interesting to me because I'm being the Hydra. They are both Greek monsters. How old are you?

  5. I am selling my pictures for $2.93, plus shipping. I don't know how much shipping is. I am nine years old, my birthday is in July. I hope sometimes we can see each other. I used to live in Michigan. When I was one. I remember it being big. Small. Black. Something or other. It had stairs and I locked my parents in the basement. A little. Ok, fine. A lot.

  6. Hey, Lotus! My sister's blog is really good. Could you check it out? It's called Lime Lollipops.