I think it says, "I love you, Grandpa." Definitely in the right hands!
I think it's ET's cell number.
Nano beat me too it, i see a love in there somewhere, and maybe an order for eggs or a prediction on world politics!
The middle section looks like ROFL, which is what I'm fairly certain Speckly Woo is doing at the achievement of stumping the adults!
Surely it's the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.
Yes, I agree it's some form of advanced thought that is as yet inaccessible to the rest of us. (Susan - what does ROFL mean?) This reminds me of the time that my daughter, at a slightly younger stage, handed me a piece of paper that she'd covered with lots of loops. She asked me what it said. I replied, diplomatically I thought, "I'm not sure - you tell me what it says." She was highly indignant: "*I* don't know - I thought you could read!"
Looks like she'll be good at sending text messages.CU L8R
A Call to Arms! "Send In The Soldiers"!!!!!!
good luck 4 her.happy weekend.
Obviously a new generation text message, Grandpa!
Thanks for your comments. I'll be referring back to this, after Speckly Woo has sent her first text!
she is practicing for her GrandPa's valentine!
It says, 'Really I can write properly, but I'll keep the pretence up as long as everyone says it's cute!' You should get her to write something for you every 6 months or so in the same book - we did this with our kids until they were teenagers and it's great to look at the way their handwriting develops and they start doing their own little signatures!
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