3.06.2013

DEAR TOOTH FAIRY, I NEED $10..I HAVE NO MONEY.


I'm sitting here today about to write a semi-full blog post about a letter written by me in my younger days to the tooth fairy. But that's what I love about a blog..the opportunity to share even the most random of things, at the most random of times. And today, I have that for you. Why? Because I have a trip to pack for and it's just TOO good not to share...it really is. 

I'm surprised there aren't any tear marks on it yet since all we could do when reading is crack up at this, but I'm sure with time (I'm thinking I need to frame this...just kidding) there might be some eventually. Take a look...

Dear Tooth fairy: 
{yep, my actual tooth still taped to the front...}



Wow.
They say some things never change!

Talk about persistence right there...
I showed dedication to the job + was specific on what exactly I wanted.
And way to throw in the "I have no money"part, Katie. 
I'm sure it worked. I'm sure of it...

Ohh....and...just so the entire post isn't tooth fairy related:

Dear Texas, I will be seeing you shortly and getting out of this awful snow storm we just had! 

Dear Readers, if want to follow along on our trip you can follow me on instagram: @katiewkrysh.
 Also, don't forget you can still enter my Outfit Additions giveaway from yesterday! 

Dear Steph/BBFT, Kristen/Chris, Shay/Drew-CANNOT WAIT TO SEE YOU!


Do you ever find any gems from your youth at your parents house?

Not pictured is my bag full of badges from Indian Princesses.
(Who else was in that?! Oh my gosh, loved it.)

That's a whole new post for a whole new day.

Sincerely,
Little Rainbow

(....really? I couldn't think of anything more clever?)

39 comments :

  1. lol! So cute! I remember those days...and begging my mom for stuffed kitties ha! I wish the tooth fairy would give me some dough now too!

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  2. I love finding stuff like this! Hilarious!

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  3. hahaha i love this, so cute!!

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  4. Hahahaha!! That's hilarious! At least you were sweet and polite when you asked "for a lot of money"! :)

    Have lots of fun here in Houston with all those crazy gals!

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  5. SO funny! I love the spelling. :)

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  6. Just please take me with you.

    And, this cracks me up. My parents still have ALL my teeth. Like why are you keeping those???

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  7. This is awesome! I loved that letter...so many treasures to find when you go digging at your parent's house. :)

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  8. SO funny! I love looking back at all the amazing stuff I managed to accomplish when I was a kid. I once wrote Santa a note that said, "if you didn't bring me a TV, don't bother coming down the chimney" when I was in like the 4th grade haha.

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  9. Have fun! The letter is too funny.. I bet my parents kept them too and I'm sure they are so embarrassing!

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  10. I seriously just laughed out loud! That is too sweet!

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  11. Hahaha that is adorable!! I once tried to trick the tooth fairy with lima beans for some reason?! Not surprisingly I didn't get any money, but I did get a letter back saying not to lie haha

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  12. HAHA this made me LOL! It is so funny what we find from our younger selves!

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  13. Hahahaha that was so cute! I was in Indian Princesses too!!!! My sister and I both loved it!

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  14. This is SO cute! Love that you have this to look back on!

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  15. I love finding things like this! Thanks for sharing, it was very cute.

    xoxo
    Mags
    http://magsmind22.blogspot.com/

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  16. This is TOO cute!! Love it and love that you still have it. SOO jealy of your TX trip this weekend!! You are going to have so much fun!!

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  17. This is so cute! My husband has a cute little letter that his mom always shows me!

    Shannon
    http://GBOfashion.com

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  18. I'm so glad your tooth fairy didn't take the tooth! Did she actually give you the $10?

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  19. Eeee have SO much fun!! We'll hold Columbus down for you while you are gone!

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  20. That is great! My parents didn't save anything, which might be why I have serious issues throwing anything out...including my son's umbilical cord and nail clippings (ps I did!)

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  21. This makes me want to go to my parents house and see what I can dig up.

    too funny!

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  22. Haha well you were quite the beggar back then! But I'm pretty sure I thought finding quarters in my Easter eggs was like winning the lotto so I can see why $10 would feel like the whole world being handed over.

    Have SO much fun in Texas :)

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  23. Wow I can't believe the tooth is still attached to it and hasn't rotted or something!? And look at your knowing what you want and asking for it. That's the way to do it!

    Did the "tooth fairy" come through w/ your request?

    I love finding gems like that at my parents house.

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  24. OMG. how hilarious! hope you enjoy your trip to the fabulous TX! :)

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  25. LOLOL you taped it to the paper!!! i love you so much hahaha

    i love looking through old things like this...such funny memories!!! "i have no money" you are too cute! :-)

    have the best time in the entiiiiiiire world in Texas OMGAAHDD!!! i love that state and the fabulous people that live there!!

    cannot wait to creep/stalk/cry/laugh/wish i was there over the pics!
    xoxoox

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  26. haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalarious that you still have the letter WITH the tooth attached. i love it.

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  27. bahahah! I laughed so hard at that! I totally thought you wrote your last name as Walch and I was SUPER confused. Maybe I just can't read? Totally probable.

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  28. Omg this is so great. In love it so much! Hilar!

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  29. That is hilarious!! Gotta love those mementos of childhood!

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  30. all i can say is that i really hope you got your kitty stuffed animal. hilarious!

    have fun in texas missy!

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  31. I stumbled across your blog and can't help, but comment-- my name is Katie (or at least that's what my family has always called me) and my maiden name is Whelan. I'm Cat to most people now, but when I read your little tooth fairy letter I was cracking up when I saw the signature. I've never met anyone with almost an identical name:)

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  32. just found you from shay's blog, fellow ohioian! i moved back to cleveland from columbus a few years ago, love your blog!

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  33. Behind the 8-ball here, but I love this! :) So adorable. I don't think I ever wrote the tooth fairy any letters. Maybe I should have... ;)

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  34. Funny! I found my old "behavior" charts when I was at my parents' house a few months ago. My mom came up with these grids that she would rate me 1-5 on different areas based on my attitude. "Towards Mom & Dad..." "Towards dinnertime..." There were so many days when my score was so high that it merited "1-2 swats with the belt." I couldn't help but laugh. I don't remember ANY swats with the belt. Way to go on the follow through, Mom.

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