Saturday, March 15, 2008


Today was a visiting day. We visited with our neighbors, we visited with Tara's folks, we visited with some folks in the park we went to while the kids played and made new friends. Mom and Tara visited Little Italy and brought back some terrific food. Many, many people visited the area we're in now in search of fun St. Patrick's Day festivities. Festivities which I expect will go on well into the night.

While I could detail much of our day of relaxing walks and conversation, I was delighted when Sophie wrote down some of her day. I thought I'd let her words do the talking tonight.

"This hows (house) is a naus (nice) hows my bruthr has cansr we haft to stay at this hows We haf los of tous (toys) he likes to play with tham. I play with him my sister Anna plays with him to. he staus (stays) in the hostpile (hospital)."
accompanied by a picture of Henry's hospital bed

"I have a friend namd Sophie. my nam is Sophie to. We went to the parck it was fun than we wnt back hom. Then I rod on my sckodr (skooter) it was fun to. Then I had happy howr. Then I did a posol (puzzle) I did three ckarectrs then I wocht tv then I rot this store(story)."
The End.
- By Sophie Scheck


Anonymous said...

Sonds like a nis dey! Thnks 2 the budding blogger!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you all are having a great weekend together - especially enjoying this beautiful weather. I'm sure Henry has loved having his sisters to play with. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Love, Julie, Brad, Patrick, Andrew and Samantha

PS We used to love a place in Little Italy called Amici's - not sure if its still there, but the food was out of this world!!!!!

Anonymous said...

So glad you are all enjoying.
Happy St.Patrick's Day!!

Cousin Susan H.

Anonymous said...

Great story, Sophie! I'm glad you're staying at a "naus hows"...are you and Anna on Spring Break? I hope you have a nice visit with Henry...I know you'll be glad when he gets to come home.
Aunt Debbie
p/s Bryan, are you introducing these kids to "happy howr"? :)

Anonymous said...

Loved your story Sophie! I hope you all are enjoying your weekend. Happy St. Patrick's Day!


Granya said...

The Scheck children know about HAPPY HOUR. If you ask Henry, "What is Happy Hour?", he will say, " It's when we have our drinks and talk about our day."

Never too young . . .

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness that there is Happy Hour.....
Granya's friend

Anonymous said...

and thank goodness for single malt apple juice

Anonymous said...

Sophie - what a great story to catch us up on your weekend - let's all have a toast at happy howr to the Scheck family and that wonderful tradition!!
Linda G