The Face

Published April 21, 2015 by lynn k scott

My daughter loves to draw and paint.  She has a unique perspective and has received some very high praise from an accomplished, professional painter already.

That being said, last night I was the subject of one drawing.  The lil’ miss chose to draw my face.  It’s actually not bad, in a cartoonish, kinda way.  She definitely has promise.

The one thing that made me shake my head, sigh and say, “really?” was when I carelessly inquired about the little black dots on my face.

Apparently, those are my wrinkles.  *sigh*   I took the picture before she went back to edit her picture and add a few bags under my eyes.  Oh for the love of my 9-year old.  She surely keeps it interesting.



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Luke 23:43 Jesus answered him, “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.”

Photo by Matthew C Seufer - Oak Grove Baptist Church- Elgin,South Carolina USA June 10,2013 (Page 14 in the Inspirational book "Windows From Heaven")


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