Until this year, the minute the white letters on the black screen would appear, my kids would run screaming from the living room in fright. They refused to watch "Lost", saying it was too scary. (This was fine with me; I could watch my beloved show in peace, my Mike's Hard Lemonade and homemade popcorn at my side.)
Now the three of them are older, braver, and are as addicted to Lost as I am. Gabe knows the characters by name, loves John Locke the best, and has even started to make Lost scrapbook pages.
He is his mother's son.
On Netflix, I have started watching all the episodes from the beginning, with Gabe at my side. He turned this scene:
(The yellow thing on the lower left-hand side is the airplane, crashing onto the island. I didn't know there was an active volcano there, but obviously Gabe thinks so. See the black dot in the middle at the top? That's the hatch. And down at the bottom? That's a dinosaur, like the polar bear or the Smoke Monster.)
He included palm trees and even figured out to make the mountains and trees stand up on the page. This project took hours! He worked on it while I finished up my Disney album.
What about your house? Any little Lost fans there?