After the grands have gone home with their dad, I sometimes find the sweetest treasures. This one, for example. I am impressed by the spelling and the subtle inquiry into Santa's health and that of his reindeer. The go mango had me stumped for a minute, but I figured it out.
How have you been? How are your reindeer? Are they in good shape? Then go, man, go!
Ahhh, very good advice for us all at this point I'm thinking. Have a great weekend!
That is precious. I kept reading mango too, then looked at the post title again.ReplyDelete
That made me laugh right out loud. Love it!ReplyDelete
haha LOVE this! hahaReplyDelete
Ha Ha Ha or should I say Ho Ho Ho? Oh, what a delightful little note to find after the grands had departed.ReplyDelete
Leave it to grandma to figure out the message.
As I sit hear in my pj's waiting for the first cup of coffee to kick in, "go man, go" will be my mantra for the day.
This cracks me up!! Good advice indeed!!ReplyDelete
That is so sweet Vee...that is worthy of a frame to hang on the wall. I love the part about "are the reindeer in good shape"... cause you know if the reindeer aren't in good shape how in heaven's name will Santa get all the presents delivered... absolutely priceless. Made me smile. :))))))ReplyDelete
LOL! Thanks for my morning belly laugh! Go, girl, go!ReplyDelete
How darling Vee! You are a good interpreter!ReplyDelete
LOL. Awe..thank you for making me chuckle this morning. BlessingsReplyDelete
Oh that is soo sweet ! Thanks for sharing and for the smile . Have a good weekend !ReplyDelete
Is that just the most precious message ever! Christmas is for children....what joy and magic! Mango magic! Enjoy your day my friend!ReplyDelete
You missed your calling as an international translator. As a fairly new grandmother, I must learn this language. Speaking of mangos.....as a kid I never saw a mango. I haven't had too many of them, but love a good one when I get it. Remember when everything was so seasonal, and now we get most anything all year round. Nothing withheld from us. Just thought of that when I saw the picture and read what I thought was 'mango'. Yeah, my mind wanders.ReplyDelete
Oh, the message is wonderful! Kids do say the cutest things.ReplyDelete
Oh Vee, this is PRICELESS! Kids leave the cutest and sweetest messages for our friend, Santa, don't they? :) I love this. :-DReplyDelete
Go, man, go is right! My hubby just told me he's going to put a timer on the computer if I don't get going. Thanks for sharing, Vee.
Big hugs to you,
Denise at Forest Manor
Aww, that is just too cute, Vee! Thank goodness for our little darlings to cheer us with their sweet innocence. xoReplyDelete
I had my hubby sit down at my computer for this one! We're both getting a laugh....BOYS....we love them! Hugs!ReplyDelete
I'm just guessing it was a boy!Delete
hahhhaaa....waaay too cute and I thank you for starting my morning off with a laugh...:)ReplyDelete
So adorable! I love little kids writing and thoughts, it's the best!ReplyDelete
hahaha.... oh Vee, this was just too cute! Thanks for giving me a good laugh this morning :) And thank you, sweet lady, for the kind comment on my blog. May you have a blessed Christmas!ReplyDelete
What a treasure! The note and even more its writer! I'm still smiling!ReplyDelete
Love it!! You made my morning...Go man go!!ReplyDelete
Go man go, how cute.ReplyDelete
That is so cute!ReplyDelete
Something to save for sure! Would be great in a frame for next year's Christmas decor. Priceless!ReplyDelete
Very cute. go mango He he Merry ChristmasReplyDelete
LOL!! Here I was thinking you were going to have a mango inspired recipe here...lol. Go mango!ReplyDelete
I Hope to have another post before 2014. For the first time in my memory I am ready. So I have sat here in front of my tree with my music and an ambitious knitting project. I have ripped out the same section way too many times (operator error) but the tree is pretty and I am ready.
Merry Christmas. Hope the storm is not bad. We worry about the house in Harrison!
Cutest note to Santa ever! ("Go Mango"...tee hee hee...) =DReplyDelete
So sweet Vee!! My husband and I laughed out loud on this one. Neither of us learned to read using phonics like children of today. Merry Christmas to those little grands and I'm hoping those reindeer are in good shape for them!ReplyDelete
That was a good one!! : )ReplyDelete
That is too precious. You ought to keep that and perhaps frame it for the future.ReplyDelete
HA! Around here, it should be GoWomanGo, now that we are back on our island and Christmas is coming! But Go Mango works just as well.ReplyDelete
Just adorable, Vee!ReplyDelete
How cute is that! Love the go mango.ReplyDelete
Go man, go! Love it! I love Go Mango too! :)ReplyDelete
Out of the mouths of babes! :-) Glad you explained the Mango part Vee.ReplyDelete
Just so stinkin adorable.ReplyDelete
I had a jumbo mango margarita a few days ago, i then i had to go (because of the mango) go!
Me < silly.
That is so cute!ReplyDelete
Isn't it just grand being a grandparent. We get notes like that on occasion and we just crack up, tho it takes a bit to figure out what they are writing.ReplyDelete
LOL! That is so adorable!ReplyDelete
OH VEE - that takes the Christmas Cake (sorry)!!!!!!ReplyDelete
You must frame it or make a little book of those real treasures of life.
We can count on our grandchildren to amuse and enlighten us!
I came to see and comment on the post above which is lovely and wonderful, but then I scrolled down and just had to thank you here for the lovely smiles. So sweet...so funny (definitely a note to save for their scrapbook/or yours!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to all!
How cute! Wishing you joy and peace this Christmas.ReplyDelete
Oh My Goodness.... That is sooooo funny! Loved the letter (MANGO) LOLReplyDelete
Loved the game of rescue the sheep!
Merry Christmas Go Man Go !!
Love that...go mango!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Vee! I couldn't leave a comment on your latest post so my happy Christmas wishes are left here ;)
What a sweet note! I bet you save and treasure each one! I can't wait for those days, but am treasuring each one now. My sweet grand will be 6 months old on January 3rd. I got to hold her all during church this morning, helping her play quietly on my lap with her crinkly book, then cuddling her as she napped. I just love it!ReplyDelete
So sweet when they leave something. After the Summer stay my Grands had both written their name on Alan's desk notepad. We have kept it there.ReplyDelete