Monday, July 12, 2010


We climbed inside the space ship and inside were many of the people who live in Alabama Smith's castle with us. He showed me to the control room where our three pets and my little sister, Isabel, were sitting. He told me to climb into the pilot's seat and said that my co-pilot would be my older brother, Pilot. Then, an 8 year old boy dressed all in blue; a sportcoat and shirt with a white tie said, "Hi! I'm your little brother!"

I said, "Okaaaaay...who are you?"

He said, "I don't actually know my own name."

So I sat down in the pilot's seat and we took off. Where to, I was not sure.

More later...

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Ike in space

Well, as usual, I was expecting some sort of present at the dinner party, but not the one I got. It turns out, Dr. Smith had been planning this one for quite some time. After dessert, we headed out to the helicopter landing pad. There, on the landing pad, was an elegant, silver, gold, and bronze spaceship.

to be continued.......

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Sorry it's been a while since I last wrote. A lot has happened and I'll fill you all in later.

But first, I want to tell you about my little brother named Dexter. He is 5 and he likes to try to escape from different places. He just escaped from the Army. He was in the Army because our dad sent us off to the Army. Dexter didn't like it there, so he left and came to live with me. Now, he helps me find food, but I always have to cook it or it will come out as a big, black crisp.

I don't have a house; I live in the back of an old army truck. I can drive so I move every time I see someone coming down the road. No one comes very often so I can usually stay places for three to four months.

I'll try to write more soon. See you later!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Second Beginning

Dear Journal,

Today, Dr. Smith has invited me over for dinner. Since all I have is my Army uniform to wear, I guess I'll wear that. I'll tell you all about our dinner later.

When I was in the prison camp in Britain, they had me putting wheels on their army jeeps. That was good because the other thing I could have been doing was cleaning the bathrooms. Now, if Dr. Smith and I are driving and we have a wheel problem, then I can fix the wheels really fast.

Now, I'm off to my car to drive to his dinner party. He lives about 2 hours away.

See you at Dr. Smith's house,

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The beginning

Hi, I'm Ike, Dr. Alabama Smith's helper. He rescued me in WWII from a prison camp in Britain.

These postings will be updates of Ike's adventures and history. There might even be some from Dr. Smith.

See you at my house,