Friday, June 20, 2008

Check out my famous nephew!

One of my sister's 42 kids was featured in this newspaper article today. He made tote bags to haul around his Fablehaven books after author Brandon Mull paid a visit to his school. What a great kid! If you like, drop him a nice comment here and I'll be sure my Sis reads them to him. You'll make his day!

13 comments:

  1. very cool! Way to go Marshall!

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  2. Marshall, you are one talented kid! It's nice to see you will work hard to keep your promises. Great job! I'm proud to be your cousin. :)

    Lauren

    PS: Great job supporting him, too, Aunt Terilynne. You rock!

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  3. Wow, such ambition for a kid.

    I have been a complete failure.

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  4. Marshall is the bomb. I'm still working up to that level of commitment!

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  5. Wow! Very impressive! Can I have one? ;)

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  6. Marshall, you need a website ASAP, think of all the college money you can make selling these bags! Talk to your uncle Jason about it, he's an old pro and can help you get started!! :-)

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  7. That is such a cool story. My fingers hurt just thinking of all that work. What a generous and industrious boy!

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  8. WOW Marshall!!!! I wished I lived closer to you...I could use a sewing lesson! What a wonderful thing to do for your friends!! They are SO lucky to have you in their lives!!
    Rock on little buddy!

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  9. Wow Marshall, that is sooo nice of you, I am sure your friends will have their bags forever! I love how you stuck with it all those mornings and kept your promise!! You are a great kid, the world is lucky to have you!!!

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  10. You're right... keeping a promise is VERY important! What a great idea and incredibly generous one at that!

    One should always keep a book handy... never know when you'll have a few minutes, or hours to kill. It's a great way to keep from getting bored... and think of ALL the new things you'll learn!

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  11. You're right... keeping a promise is VERY important! What a great idea and incredibly generous one at that!

    One should always keep a book handy... never know when you'll have a few minutes, or hours to kill. It's a great way to keep from getting bored... and think of ALL the new things you'll learn!

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  12. What a wonderful idea! Congrats Marshall on being so talented and dedicated:)

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