oh my...i just laughed so loud...people probably think i am crazy...frank is awesome...
I'm LOL at work. He kills me, this kid.
He's sooo cute and dramatic! Love it!
I just wish we could all know now, what Frank will end up being when he is an adult.
Thank You. I have really been missing Frank.
Oh Frank! What are we going to do when he leaves elementary school?
oh.my.gosh. you make me laugh so hard.
I think he is going to grow up to be a principal. I don't know if I have told you that Lurch is a retired principal too. He was asked to come back to his hometown several years ago and give the commencement address because he still held the record for the largest number of swats (pops, licks, hits) with a paddle when he was in school. Yep, Frank may be your boss one day. That is a happy thought, isn't it? Best of the new year to you, my friend!Malisa
Love Frank stories! He's cute, and so real. Being a gramma, I'm just sorry his isn't around to see his cute antics....
For minute, I thought you were going to say he was planking! Love that kid!
Oh how I love that kid! And he wasn't planking, he was Franking. Which is eversomuchmore better!
Hahahahaha....we can always count on Frank
When is the book going to be ready for print - hope this makes it in!
Crack me up!! That ol' Frank... gone but not forgotten :)
I've missed Frank. Glad you had a sighting :-)xo jj
Oh Frank, you are just the most interesting kid! Pity you couldn't have kept him!With every Frank story, I am pretty much guaranteed that I will have to laugh outloud, while shaking my head over his antics.
I Adore your blog!!! LOVE IT,LOVE. IT,LOVE IT!!! I went to a medium once,also and it freeked me out..Everything she told me was true or either came true.Scared the crap out of me!!!Can't wait to keep reading your blog updates...
I stumbled upon your blog via comments you have left at An Inch of Gray. What a delightful stumble it has been.
That is too funny and you did ask. Can you imagine what he's going to be like as a teenager?
Frank is just hilarious.
LOL I love Frank :)
Sounds perfectly reasonable to me! That kid will go places one day. As long as no one takes his fire from him!!
I would have guess he was playing "airplane." This kid must be from the Existentialist side of the kindergarten spectrum. A ringer for John Paul Satre.
O I've missed that kid! Hilarious!
Oh, Frank: how you've helped so many of us.
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