There's a legend in my family that my older brother, assigned to write a 2000-word report sometime in middle school, turned in a page that read: "A picture is worth a thousand words. Here are two."
I have my doubts about the veracity of this tale (Dwayne, can you confirm or deny?). Nevertheless, I am taking it as my inspiration for this blog post. To coin a phrase: Here are two.
She's started drawing stereotypical little-kid pictures -- the sky, the sun, the house, the grass. It's so weird.
Here you see illustrated Cady Gray's half-scrunched-up "welll ..." face -- the one that precedes "I don't know!" or "I'm just doing nothing."