Saturday, February 13, 2010

Kathren and the gote

A story by Kate

(With no spelling edits at this point because I think it's delightful to preserve the phonetic attempts of a little girl who's clearly listened to a lot of good English, but has yet to really embark upon the spelling. :) By the way, I did make the sentence beginnings and endings a little clearer for you.)

Wans apan a tim thar was a little grl nand Kathren. She was playing weth her cusin Brenedet wen she so (saw) to horns sticing awt of the booshis. It was a got and thay falod it to its home and it was an orfin so it desided to liv with them and so it did and it gust (just) hapind to be a grle. Kathren naimd it Jese then Kathren fawnd a bed far Jese. Jese lavd hr noo bed and thay livd hapile evr aftr. the end

3 comments:

Kimberlee said...

Awesome! Oh, I do love those early writing years. So fun. Be sure to post the sequel. :-)

Theresa said...

Awww! Adorable!

Love2Learn Mom said...

Aw, thanks. For some reason it makes me think of Olde English. :)