Thank you so much for your drawing of the marine exhibit your recently saw at the museum. I think you’ve done a tremendous job drawing a Sei Whale as well as a giant mounted lobster in its display case. I’m also really pleased to hear that you want to be an author. All you need to do is finish writing your book, and then you’ll be one!
Most of the drawings I receive in the mail show a red lobster, which is the colour lobsters become when they are cooked. I guess that’s how most people see lobster: cooked and on their plates. However, you’ve drawn a green lobster, which is the colour of most lobsters living in the ocean. Very observant! Perhaps you’ll become a scientist or a writer someday. Both pay very close attention to details.
I’m glad to hear that you were inspired by the Martin Bridge series and want to become a writer. I was also interested to learn that if you had a giant lobster, you would keep it and put it in your sister’s bed. I’m guessing that she’s your older sister. Yikes! I think you have a great imagination. You should definitely become a writer.
So if I understand your plan correctly and you were given a giant lobster, you would sell it at an auction for $5,000, then use a portion of that money to buy a Death Star model made by Lego. I love Lego. Perhaps we could go halves on the Death Star. I just finished making my Lego typewriter. It was so much fun!
Your drawing of a pet lobster is wonderful. The houses remind me of my own neighourhood painted in bright colours, and the hot sun beating down with girls in sundresses. Your giant lobster is also beautifully drawn. I’m glad you both are getting your exercise, but be careful of the heat!