My Day on Sesame Street!


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Kaysee Leigh Evans

Spends a great day on Sesame Street


With love from,

Mawmaw and Pawpaw

June 22, 2001


It was a busy day on Sesame Street.  Everyone was preparing for the big art show.


Kaysee Leigh Evans, age 7, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was coming to judge the show.  Kaysee was bringing Erin, Kaylee and Chad to help her.  The best artist would get a bright blue ribbon.


“Hurry everyone!” Big Bird called.  Kaysee will be here any minute.”


Finally, Kaysee arrived with Erin, Kaylee and Chad.  Big Bird was so happy to see Kaysee that he gave her a warm hug and welcomed everyone to Sesame Street.


After pointing out all the wonderful sights on Sesame Street, Big Bird explained that the judging was about to begin.  “First stop is Oscar’s trash can,” he said.


Oscar had made a most unusual sculpture out of some things he’d found in the trash.  Kaysee was very impressed.  But Oscar thought he had a little more work to do, so he searched through his can for the finishing touch.  As trash came flying out of the can, Kaysee spotted the perfect piece—a flattened fluget horn.


“Wow, that’s trashy!” said Oscar.  “That should do it!  Thanks, Kaysee.”



Next, they visited Cookie Monster.  He had made a giant picture of a cookie.  Kaysee could practically taste the scrumptious-looking treat.  “That is the best cookie I’ve ever seen,” declared Kaysee.


“Mmmm, Kaysee right.  Cookie!” Cookie Monster said as he took a large bite out of his picture.


Kaysee giggled.  “Now it’s perfect,” she said.


Ernie and Bert waved Kaysee, Erin, Kaylee and Chad over to see their baseball mural.  They had painted a grass-green baseball diamond covered with bats and gloves.  Bert paced back and forth nervously.  Ernie tossed a ball to Kaysee.  “Nice catch, Kaysee,” he said.


Next, Kaysee walked over to Zoe, who was sadly holding up an empty frame.  “I didn’t finish my painting,” Zoe sighed.


“Look at your smock,” Kaysee said with a big smile.  “It’s as beautiful as any painting I’ve ever seen.”


Zoe quickly took off her smock and hung it inside the frame.  Then she blew Kaysee a big kiss!  “Thanks, Kaysee!”


Big Bird guided the judges over to the Count’s display of numbers.  The Count had carved several giant numbers out of wood and painted them in different patterns—delightful dots, cheeky checks, and stupendous stripes.


“One, two, three, four, five, six.  Six super numbers.”  Kaysee counted out loud and the Count applauded.  Kaysee smiled and followed Big Bird down Sesame Street.


“Hey, Elmo,” called Big Bird.  “Are you ready for our judges?”


Elmo pulled aside a curtain to reveal a large picture made up of brightly colored triangles.  “Wow,” said Kaysee, “I’ve never seen so many triangles in one place before!”


“Elmo made it especially for Telly,” Elmo explained.  “Telly loves triangles.”


“Well, Kaysee,” Big Bird said.  “It’s time for you to pick the winner.”


Kaysee groaned and plopped down on a bench facing Big Bird.  “I’m in trouble, Big Bird.  All the paintings are so great!  How will I ever pick a winner?”


Big Bird shook his head sadly.  “I wish I could help.  Too bad there’s only one blue ribbon.”  Kaysee jumped up.  “That’s it, Big Bird.  You’re a genius!”  “I am?” Big Bird smiled happily.


Kaysee ran inside Mr. Hooper’s store.  She came back out holding a handful of blue ribbons.  “Everybody’s a winner on Sesame Street!” Kaysee shouted.


“Hurray!” Big Bird said.  “Let’s have a party to celebrate.”


“I’d love to stay,” Kaysee said, “but I have to get back to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, along with Erin, Kaylee and Chad.


“Well don’t forget to come back and judge our dance contest,” said Ernie.


“I won’t,” called Kaysee, as she waved good-bye to all her friends on Sesame Street.


The End

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