Thursday, October 29, 2009

Pink... With a Little Help From My Friends

Once upon a Thursday, a blogging teacher asked her second graders a question. "Would you all be willing to help me out? I am making a list and I'd like your help." As all kids do, they rushed in to aid any adult who was willing to ask. "Tell me, class," she said, "When I say pink, what do you think of?"


flowers
butterflies
a pig
pretty paper
strawberry cake
flamingo
strawberry ice cream
yogurt
crayons
sand
scented markers
moon sand
pearl necklace
coral
Mrs. Lawson's picture frame
girls
taffy
cotton candy
those silly makeup cars
one dollar Lawson Bucks
post-it notes
Mrs. Lawson's pens
sugary sweets
Sloane
lipstick
lip gloss
colored pencils
Piglet
tiny pencil bucket
nice feelings
makes me feel beautiful
princess dresses
"That's a girl color!"

Happy Pink Thursday, everyone.



Oh, one more bit of goodness. I recently discovered a terrific new blog. She has a fantastic Etsy shop, and she's having a giveaway. Won't you stop by and visit? You'll be glad that you did.



The image above was taken by one of my favorite Flickr photographers, mjmatt.

31 comments:

Andrea said...

Happy Pink Thursday to you!
Beautiful post!
Blessings, andrea

beth said...

ohhhh....how sweet is that ?

and for me cotton candy is THE pink of all pinks....

xoxo

spread your wings said...

what a sweet list of pinks. how about rosy cheeks?

Sarah said...

They came up with a good list!

Christina said...

oh, this is love! flamingos!!!
Bless their hearts~
xoxo

Gigi said...

What a wonderful list, my friend. Thank you for all your recent comments. It's been such a treat to hear from you because you always know just what to say. Big hugs, Relyn! xoxo

Joanne said...

Pink lemondade :)

I'm off to visit the new blog ...

smith kaich jones said...

This is the best. :)

Gayle said...

Oh my gosh, that is the sweetest list!

Char said...

wonderful pink thoughts

Meri said...

I'm a girlie kind of girl, so the pink list tickles my fancy.

Jaime said...

moon sand! Isn't that wonderful?

I love the minds of children. Each one of these things brought a smile to my face.

:):)

Alicia @ boylerpf said...

Happy Pink Thursday to you! Don't you just love an eager youngster that wants to impart their wisdom to an adult? Such wonderful things they come up with! Thanks for the tip on Wildflowers..great blog!

Patti said...

Love that- so sweet! Glad the kids helped- did you show them the final product?

Connie said...

Great lesson for both teacher and class and you know I love lists!

Derrick said...

Hi Relyn,

Pink pens and picture frame huh?!

Marilyn Miller said...

Pink always meant a girl color too; so I would try to ignore pink. I am learning to love it and love that it is the symbol for breast cancer. Thanks for sharing the list from your students. Oh a pink piglet is so cute.

Suz said...

My eyes were open for pink today as I went about my day.
It's out there..all you have to do is look for it
It was fun

Suvarna said...

the tiny pink sea shells that wash up on the beach with the tide, the colour of babies fingers and toes, the pads on a kittens paws. thanks for the link, her blog is lovely.
:-)

Tracy said...

...mmm...lovely pinks, Relyn! Pink pearls, eyeshadow & lipstick, scarf.. and pink cupcakes--must haves!! ;o) Happy weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

Patti said...

Have a wonderful Halloween Weekend!!! Enjoy!

Roban said...

Oh, how sweet. I love what they came up with!

Susanna-Cole said...

Aw, love their answers! I think the best though, was the last: "That's a girl color!" hahaha. I love it! :D

xoxo,
S-C

Mrs. E said...

I'm loving their list!! Pigs and piglet!

Jeanne said...

I love you my darling
Rabbit Rabbit♥

Jessica said...

Gosh, I love the way kids think!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

How sweet and open and refreshing...thanks for sharing...

PixieDust said...

eeeeeee! How clever of you! It's all so pink-ilicious!

;-)

(((hugs))),
love,
me

susanna said...

What a fun exercise with the kiddies, Relyn. When I saw "Sloane" written there, I immediately imagined a fun teenager with bright pink hair. :)

PS: I have to ask you, Relyn, HOW do you read so many books so quickly!!! I can't keep up with your reading list! So many good finds!

meandering pearl said...

this is adorable!!!

Awareness said...

LOVE the list AND the idea. I may have to "borrow" it for a future post.... I'll choose another colour or word though. :)

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