15 April 2009

Give A Kid A Toaster Strudel....

Give a kid a toaster strudel {with a sweet message of course} and watch him rule English class.

My big boy {he's 13} had to draw two mythological creatures or people for his english class this weekend...and here's what he came up with, Poseiden and Ares.

I just lov'em. He has such a great eye for detail, shading and scale {he must get his creativity from his sweet ol' mom}. His english teacher told him he went above and beyond what was expected...I see an A in his future.

So see, if you give a kid a warm toaster strudel for breakfast {don't forget the sweet message in icing} he can rule english class.

Great job pumpkin!


  1. Wow!! He has a career in art in his future!! Unbelievable! :)

    You could utilize his talents and have him paint you some fabulous French scene on your walls!! (I know I plan to have my daughter do some faux work for me!!). :)

    Congrats on such a talented son!!


  2. "You go Justin"! His drawings are gorgeous. I am looking into my crystal ball and I see him as an artist drawing french landscapes on the River Seine".

    Ken looooves the blueberry toaster strudel. Years ago we use to give them to our kids...somehow they tasted better back then...I wonder if they changed the formula??

    Have a great day Sweets!


  3. wow...only 13 years old...he has talent...must of come from your side!!!! Happy day to you!!

  4. That is outstanding art work...for 13 year old. Your right the detail is amazing and well beyond his years. Yes he is an artist by nature.
    Besides what kids don't thrive on Toaster Struedel..mine love the Cinnamin.

  5. Wow! Looks like we both have artist sons! Does he also paint?

  6. Amazing drawings, you should be so proud!!!

  7. Hi Andrea....it's me again....just wanted to let you know to check out my blog... i left you a special award on it....xoxo

  8. Wow what a great little artist you have there!! My kids love toaster strudel too.

  9. Andrea,

    Your son is a wonderful artist!! Love the pop tarts, too.


    PS. I loved my last order! The whole mailbox smelled like the farmhouse soap! YUM.

  10. Love to see those little artists!!I just wanted to stop by and say THANK YOU for coming to visit my blog during my "Celebrating Marie Antoinette" event. I appreciated your comments and it's so nice to meet others who are also interested in our dear Antoinette! Have a beautiful day ~ xo Joy

  11. Wow! He looks like he could train to be a graphic novelist. He has a wonderful sense of drama and detail.


  12. Wow ~ he's really good! I'll bet he DID get it from you. You have such a great eye!

    Blessings... Polly