My wife and I brought a healthy combination of artistic flair to our marriage that manifests itself in our progeny. The oldest conveys her gift in music and writing, while the middle displays hers in painting and sewing. The youngest exhibits her artistry through graphic design and baking.
With the third generation beginning to make their presence known, it’s fun to watch their creativity bloom. The oldest granddaughter loves to paint, taking after her aunt. The two of them collaborated on a “Welcome Home” chalk drawing at the birth of her little sister, our second granddaughter born two years ago today.
Happy birthday, Georgie! Keep singing!
Michelle W. set forth this week’s photo challenge:
This week, share a photo of something that’s art to you. It could be some actual “art,” like a painting by your grandmother or the misshapen but perfect clay sculpture your child brought home from kindergarten, or something most people wouldn’t consider beautiful at all, but that has meaning to you. The important thing is that it’s art in your eyes.
Click HERE for more examples of “work of art.”
That’s sweet. 🙂
Thank you, Imelda…always partiality when it’s your own, but it’s exciting to nurture and nudge the creative side of children.
This I call real and heart-ful art. *smile
Thank you, Viveka. I appreciate you stopping by and leaving a comment! I enjoyed taking a look at your blog, too!
Thank, you very much for the visit – I think your entry is fanastic .. reminds me about my own childhood *smile
Gave me a big smile.
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Awww…. So sweet!
Having read this I believed it was very enlightening.
I appreciate you finding the time and energy
to put this article together. I once again find myself spending a significant amount of time both reading and posting comments.
But so what, it was still worth it!