Two weeks ago, I received an email from a woman who said her five-year-old daughter is obsessed with Winston. She said that found him via Cuteoverload and follow him mostly on YouTube, so any anxiety I had about corrupting a babe with my foul mouth and fouler mind was immediately quelled. Anyway, she said her daughter, Ramona (best name for a child ever!) wrote a book about Winston and she wanted to send it to him. So she did and oh my god, it's so amazing. First of all, here's the cover letter:
Lollipop-head cat! I don't even know what that means, but I love it! It makes me want to lick my cat's face! Anyway, full scans of this new literary masterpiece are after the jump:
This is so awesome for, like 500,000 reasons (the fact that this five-year-old can draw consistently over five pages, Winston's little dark spot being noted, his Calgon-take-me-away bath stance, etc.), but my favorite thing about it is the last page. I don't think this is Ramona's precious way of saying that Winston takes after his daddies -- it's pure imagination and perhaps wishful thinking. I remember when I had imagination and wishes! I kinda wish Ramona were running the show here -- Winston might be a lot more active and exciting if that were the case.
I'm not so sure that he agrees, though.