Thursday, October 30, 2008

Probably the funniest thing I've ever seen

So my mom brought me over a bag of things that I left at their house. As usual there were melted candles and assorted trash but there was also my 7-8 yr old diary. This thing is HILARIOUS.
I have posted below EXACTLY what was written as my seven year old self cracks me up!!

My Daddy is here My Mommy Is talking to my daddy
My mom said my brother is smart mouthing
She's still talking
im sitting like I always do
My brother I's eating candy and he still is doing it
October 2, 1986

Still eating candy or smart mouthing???? curious minds want to know 7 yr old Dirkey, spill

Oct 3, 1086
Some freands there thi ing to see you there still trigning IQ Allison I's being good so is Amanda: that's it

Oct 4
I have a good fac or dayved dut the rest was werde

seriously what in the world does that mean!!!

October 14 (my 8th birthday)
I woke up to a sparcling day it was my bierthday it was amseing
I had a good day at sclool
then came the berthday party
My sister came she yelled at me I almost cryd but I had a good party.

October 18
my brothers moing the lon he looks dorky

Seriously this thing is cracking me up..  Some thoughts on this:

1.) My sisters are way lucky there are 3 of them and I don't remember who made me almost cry on my 8th birthday!!
2.) I love the spelling errors in this 
3.)I really want to know what I was talking about Oct 3-4th


*shell* said...

That is hilarious. It's amazing the kind of things we thought were so important as kids!

Melody Strayer said...

That is AWESOME. I'm mostly embarrassed to read things that I wrote in my diary when I was a little girl... Mostly 'cause it was all about boys.

Em said...

This is great! Thanks for sharing. My aunt has shared my cousins journal from school with me the past few years and it's pretty funny too. One day, I think 2nd grade, she listed all the colors in the crayon box at her desk and then said which was her favorite. Freakin' hysterical.

Merlot said...

Too funny! I found some letter I had written to my parents from summer camp (overnight) and they were the same sort of thing.