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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Made me Wonder...

Looking out my bedroom window from the upstairs...

I saw 2 of these "hi" messages foot printed 
into the new snow.



Made me wonder....

if my 10 year old was to get a cellphone,
 would he still send me messages like this?
~~~~~

36 comments:

Mike said...

Once he is a teenager the answer is no unless he needs a ride or food, at least that's what happened to me :-)
I finally texted my son and said it looks like your phone must be broken since you won't text me back so I'll go ahead and cancel it :-)

Pretty pic BTW.

TexWisGirl said...

aww. that is too cute. (and i doubt it...)

ruthy ann said...

so sweet!

Buttons said...

I think your son will unless he is with his friends but as soon as he is alone he will because you are an awesome Mom.
That is so cute. B

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Most 10 year olds would lose a cell phone within the first week and not be able send anyone a message.... LOL

Miz.November said...

Wow. Those are really well done. I'm impressed. However, I think that it just wouldn't be the same from a cell phone.

Deb said...

I made my son wait till he was 18 for a cell....my daughter was 16 because she had to drive alot at night....that is an awesome note...

Farm Girl said...

Who knows but I don't know if I would give him one just in case, I love those kind of messages. :)

mountain mama said...

so sweet...i think the answer is yes! or at least a text or two :D

Tim Rice said...

That's really neat! As for cell phones, I still don't own one.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Precious boy who loves his mother. I'd say you needn't worry about getting any fewer of these, by text or by snow.

Rick said...

That "hi message" is clearly from aliens. It's like a verbal crop circle.

Jack said...

Yup. He would still be ten and he would still love his mom.

Randy said...

I think he would. Great shots.

Anne said...

Very cute! Have a lovely weekend Dawn:)
~Anne

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a great way to greet the day :-)

Leah J. Utas said...

Awww. Cool.

Changes in the wind said...

I don't think you will see this if he gets a phone....this is so very sweet and did take a lot of time:)

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Awww, so sweet! =)

rosaria said...

Sure he will, until a girlfriend will steal his attention and you'll have to settle for text messages. But, you'll be happy that he is happy, that he has a special someone to share thoughts he won't be able to share with anyone else.

Janie said...

How sweet!
Cell phones have changed a lot of things, but I think a 10 year old would still want to say hi in his own special way.

Out on the prairie said...

i would rather have the message in the snow, hope they continue.I often leave them still for many to discover.

Lynette said...

This is so sweet...may he never discover cellphones and forget THIS.

Alan said...

He writes a lot more neatly than me, that's for sure. And where are his footprints to and from his work?!

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sage said...

Precious!

Cat said...

lol
i like the thought

love and light

bon bon said...

he'll need a mighty big cellphone! lol

Judy said...

I think he would :)

John McElveen said...

YES! Now that is cool--did you charge him the text message rate??

Have a great week my friend!

J

Joe said...

That is neat.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

This is funny...yes he would!

Allison said...

Darling! Axe the cellphone idea...this is too good to lose. xo

LadyFi said...

Love those messages!

Country Mouse Studio said...

nope you'd get text messages from the other room :O)