I can just imagine Adam as Joe's helper, ready to tear his hair out! Very funny!
Loved the way Joe spiced up George Washington's life! Great story!
Another good one patina! Love Little Joe's imagination LOL he certainly knew how to keep Miss Jones on her toes and Adam so frustrated with his younest brother! Thank you.
I really enjoyed your story, Patina! Very funny! It brings back memories of all those school writing assignments! I'm with Adam tho'! Time to let Joe write his own essay! Thanks for sharing your work with us!
The little Little Joe was quite the handful. Very well done.
I liked the story, it was so Little Joe. Thanks for the story.
Cute little story Patina. I bet Adam got frustrated at Joe a lot trying to help him with homework. Thanks for sharing with us :)
Loved the banter between Joe, Adam and Ben here! Joe certainly kept Miss Jones on her toes!
How cute! Just reading the summary for this story made me laugh - I knew it would be a good one. Trust Joe to try and make his essay more interesting. Great story.
This one had me chuckling all the way through. Funny stuffs!
I think Joe should have gotten an A for creativity on his first essay. patina, you should get an At for this story and your creativity.
..."she was more of a cake person..." I nearly fell off my chair! Funny stuff, Patina. I can just see Joe embellishing every assignment he ever had!
Thank you, Tracy! I bet you'll never look at George Washington's portrait on a dollar bill without giggling now (lol). I'm so pleased to know you enjoyed this story.
LOL I love Joe's version of George Washington...definitely more exciting than the real story.
Thank you, Angelface. Bet you'll never look at a portrait of George Washington, or a 1 dollar bill, without getting the giggles (lol).
I was laughing out loud over Joe's attempts to fill in the gaps and make his essay more interesting. Wonderful story, Patina. I enjoyed it very much. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, pkmoonshine! I bet you'll never look at George Washington the same again (lol). I'm so pleased to know you enjoyed this story!
Don't you just love how the young view history? I think Joe did a rather good job of filling in the gaps.
Thank you, JFCfan! I'm pleased to know you enjoyed Joe's interpretations of the life of George Washington (lol).
Author's Response: Thank you, Terina! My younger brother teaches HS level American history, so I used some of his student for inspiration. I'm pleased to know you enjoyed this story!
Author's Response: Thank you so much, Beel! This story was a whole lot of fun to write. I can't look at a dollar bill without getting the giggles now. I'm glad to know you enjoyed this story!
Author's Response: Thank you, Cowgirl. Joe might be writing more essays in the future ;) I'm glad to know you enjoyed this story!
Author's Response: Thank you, Dori! I've always wondered about George Washington's fake teeth and if a wooden set could have caught fire (what can I say--overactive imagination, lol). Adam must have been surprised to get a C on that final version. I'm glad to know you enjoyed this story!
Well I certainly learned alot about George Washington! Little Joe sure has a great imagination. I bet he handed in many great essays that kept Ms. Jones wondering!
Thanks for another great story about the youngest Cartwright ...
Author's Response: Thank you, Eva! I bet you'll never look at a picture of George Washington without giggling now (lol). My younger brother's high school level American history students were my inspiration for this story--they've come up with some doozies themselves. I'm glad to know you enjoyed this story!
Author's Response: Thank you, pony! You'll probably never be able to look at a dollar bill or a picture of George Washington again without giggling. I'm so glad to know you enjoyed this story!