A couple of months ago, our car was driven into by a lorry on the way to school. Although we were all unhurt, our poor little car didn't make it. Consequently, we have a new, shiny, silver car - which broke down on us three times before the dealer's mechanic managed to find the fault and fix it.
This week, I got the chance to look at Older Son's drawing book from school. And I found this:
|Notice how the sun is shining and the passengers are celebrating their new shiny silver car. All of this is accurate.|
And then I turned the page, and I found this:
|Notice the plumes of smoke and stick-figure-me's extremely unhappy face. And the arrows, pointing to the source of the smoke. All of this is also accurate.|