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A VIP Autobiography

My 7-year old cousin has just published her first oeuvre.
The Autobiography of Cynthia De-Ting Lee (3Mb, PDF)


  • Mom says [my dad and I] both like to brag, and she can’t stand it.
    BwahaHAHAHA. The curse of Lee women.
    My mom: Yeah, sometimes it skips a generation.
    Me: Hm, but Mom, I'm not a patrilineal descendant...
    My mom: Yeah, well, that's kinda what I meant.

  • San Gu is my dad's sister. I like her because she is funny, and most of the time she brings us toys when we see her.
    LOL! Something she left out:
    "San Gu has a son who is very crazy. We call him Silly Billy. Silly Billy never goes to sleep because he is a computer scientist like my daddy. He taught me to pray for chocolate."

  • I want to be a cashier because I might be able to make tons of money.
    ... and she can be a jail-crow too!

  • Another time, a boy named Cole (my friend) asked me "Will you marry me when we grow up?" And then I said "NNNNoooooo".
    Ayup, that's my cousin all right. Samantha Galbasi.

  • I do like some boys, like [Orlando] Bloom and Aaron Carter, but they don't know me.
    Oh, sweet Eru. I am shamed!



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Banazîr

Comments

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tamf
Jan. 26th, 2004 11:59 pm (UTC)
woot!
wlokay, i didn't manage to download this in a working format until now, but - whoo! this is so sweet! the pictures, and the thoughts, and the everything.

seriously, i think it's vert good for children to be allowed to tell the story of themelves. and i'm always happy to hear it.

<happygrin>
banazir
Jan. 27th, 2004 03:27 am (UTC)
Re: woot!
wlokay, i didn't manage to download this in a working format until now, but - whoo! this is so sweet! the pictures, and the thoughts, and the everything.
I'm glad you liked it!
I wrote my uncle bax and said "that is too cute!" and he replied "Cynthia says thanks".

I am given to understand that my mother watched the auteuse at work last month in Taipei, when Cynthia visited. As you can see from the photo, she has perfected the art of squishuggling nieces. Not a moment too soon, either, as the Janitor Princess (as I named her - those jokes are very representative of her humor!) is likely to stay the bebe of her generation.

seriously, i think it's vert good for children to be allowed to tell the story of themelves. and i'm always happy to hear it.
<happygrin>

I couldn't agreen more.

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Banazir
(welcome again to LJ!)
wondergurl_77
Jan. 27th, 2004 02:54 am (UTC)
lol! I peeked at your cousins 'book' this morning before heading off to school and didn't have the chance to comment :)

She's incredibly darling :) hehe... and her autobiography reminded me a fair bit of the type of things the other kids and I used to do, and think and write at a similar age :)

Goodness :P We're all growed up.

hehe, thanks for sharing her with us :) She's a gem.



banazir
Jan. 27th, 2004 03:34 am (UTC)
Mystery of the Animal Fighters II
lol! I peeked at your cousins 'book' this morning before heading off to school and didn't have the chance to comment :)
Great, so you have broadband, too?

She's incredibly darling :) hehe...
Cousin Banazir is going to ask her for her autograph.
(To which I suspect she will reply, "pay up!" :-D)

and her autobiography reminded me a fair bit of the type of things the other kids and I used to do, and think and write at a similar age :)
Oh, yes.
I have only one or two letters of my own from that era and they are amuzzling to look at every 5 years or so.

Goodness :P We're all growed up.
Indeed - time flies when you're having fun, eh?

hehe, thanks for sharing her with us :) She's a gem.
You're most welcome!
(That reminds me: her dad, the youngest of seven, has several nephews and neices his own age - one is even a year older. When he was about 12, they wrote a wuxia book in the style of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon titled Mystery of The Animal Fighters. It was the fanfic of the time, I guess. I've often wanted to do a second volume for my generation, so I'm glad Cynthia got it started.)

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Banazir
carida_46
Jan. 27th, 2004 06:43 am (UTC)
This is cute as can be. I'm just a tad concerned that it's *out there*.
banazir
Jan. 27th, 2004 06:54 am (UTC)
Cynthia thanks yew
This is cute as can be.
Thanks! Innit? :-D

I'm just a tad concerned that it's *out there*.
That's a good point (though the existence of this boonk is quite public knowledge, from her daddy talking to reporters, and it's been circulated a bit within the Company). I've protected it for now, since most teuncs and my LJ friends have seen it. I think I'll put it behind a password that people can e-mail me for.

Thanks for the suggestion, Gran.

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Banazir
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banazir
Jan. 27th, 2004 12:13 pm (UTC)
Re: 403
Gran p6inted out that it might not be too good to have it totally oublic forever. I'll give it to you in caht.

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Banazir
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