I got a Flat Stanley from my cousin's son Aidan. As part of a school project he had to color, cut out and mail a Flat Stanley to someone who then had to carry him around with them and take pictures of him and write a story about his adventures.
Aidan decided to send him from Ohio to his Wisconsin family which worked out really good considering we could drive him back to Ohio.
It thought it would be fun to recreate the adventures of Flat Stanley here on our Behind the Mic Blog.
When I met up with Flat Stanley it was the night of Rudolph's Country Christmas Parade. Our first stop was the cheese factory of course!
After we got our cheese curds we got ready for the parade to start. Flat Stanley rode along in the WDEZ Truck with me and Lee.
We got to see and wave to lots of people that we don't often get to see. I really love holiday parades and I think Flat Stanley really enjoyed himself too.
Lee dropped me and Flat Stanley off at home following the parade where Flat Stanley helped get the dry walling done in our entry room. There's always lots of work to be done around the Montgomery house so if he expected to stay he needed to pull his weight...good thing he doesn't weigh much.
The dry walling wasn't the only project that Flat Stanley stumbled into. Josh and I were working on building a dresser for my mom for Christmas and we really needed the help with very little time left before the big day. He's pretty handy with a drill.
Once all the work was done it was time to enjoy each other's company a little bit. We hung out around the Christmas tree and visited with the dogs, Kolby and Mookie. Mookie was scared of Flat Stanley so he is hiding in the background of this picture.
Then it was off to bed to rest up for a big day at work! Come back soon to continue the Adventures of Flat Stanley.