Jun 3 2018

how the times change

by zach

[while watching a clip of the original 1965 version of Lost in Space]

“if i showed this to my kids, they would puke”

(age 13)


Feb 3 2014

childhood crushes

by andrew

“I think that boy likes me too, cause he was acting kinda handsome.”

(age 5)


Apr 1 2013

original sin

by andrew

[in all seriousness]:

“dad, if Adam and Eve hadn’t sinned, would squash taste better?”

(age 7)


Dec 24 2012

going somewhere

by andrew

Dad: I’m not going to take you seriously…

Joy:

Where are you going?

(age 4)


Sep 18 2012

sibling conflict

by andrew

[in response to the investigation into shouting at the other end of the trailer, Joy explained in a huffy, pouting voice]:

“Zach didn’t ask for anything, and I’m going to say no!”

(age 3)


Jun 7 2012

The Adventure (a Story by Zach) – UPDATED!

by zach

[I am not making this up. Zach wrote this completely from his own brain for school. I am merely the scribe. Enjoy. –Andrew]

Part 1 – 6/7/2012:

Once upon a time there was a family and their last name was the Lundquists. They were a family of spies. There was four people altogether. There was a dad, a mom, a boy who was six, and a girl who was nine.

The dad taught the older class how to be spies. The mom taught the younger class. They gave the kids grappling hooks and taught them how to climb walls.

One day: the dad quit his job and started a new job. His new job was to guard the button that turns the whole world upside down. The button is on the wall of the tallest bank in the world.

The people who wanted to push the button were ninjas! There were 3 of them. And they lived in the African Savannah.

The spy family lived in Colorado.

Part 2 – added 7/4/2012:

The ninjas came to Colorado to invade. The spy family tried to stop them, but it was too late.

The ninjas pushed the button and the reason why they wanted to push the button was because it snapped the vault open and the money fell out.

Three weeks later the spies tricked the ninjas for a bribe and because the ninjas believed the trick they gave the money back to the spies.

Then at night the spies dragged the ninjas into the trees while they were sleeping and kept the house.

[to be continued… (I hope)]


Apr 16 2012

how movies should end

by andrew

“I know the perfect ending for movies. They should NOT end with kissing but should have fighting instead.”

(age 6)


Jan 22 2012

running

by andrew

“dad I was running so fast my body almost fell apart and I was like the sun burning up!”

(age 6)