Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the steamy summers and warm in the frosty winters of The Great White North.
You find the most interesting places around your town.
That's fun stuff. It's given me an idea for a blog post, actually. Sometime this week; maybe today.
What fun. My girls did a self portrait in school which was then transferred to a tea towel for parent to buy. It was great fun and I have never used it!
Over from Sully's!! Are you doing his post thingy?
Is this ever cute! Somebody is doing wonderful things with the kids in your town. ;-)
Compiling all the portraits makes a great display. Nice photo too.
When my kids were younger, I requested that a friend ask them to draw a picture of their family. Then I tried to psychoanalyze their projects.Thankfully, they did not think their dad was a monster. (whew!)
Interesting how kids see themselves...i made the pic bigger. my youngest son drew himself with no torso in most self portraits.
That brings back memories of when my kids did that.Yes, I have seen the walking tours brochures. They used to have guided walking tours based on them during the Strawberry Festival weekend.
What a very FUN display this is...! A wonderful idea and beautifully presented!Now, I am unable tp see your 'vague' shadow....(lol)!But I thank you for taking that picture! It is a Charming Display!
What fun! Isn't it interesting to see how kids see themselves? Or if they draw their family, who is the largest person? Who is the smallest? What position does the child take. I love kids drawings.And - yes, I see you reflected in the glass. Wouldn't have noticed it if you didn't tell.
I think I vaguely found you. It was fun seeing the kids interpetations of themselves.Interesting post.
Wonderful portraits and after a whileCallum starts to paint portraits from you :)Melli can talk many words now and she sends special greetings to you and Callum!
Dennis likes the kids and their drawings.
There will be a few future artist coming from there, I'm sure. What a great idea! Do you know how old/in which grade the kids are?
Cool art project for the kids! And they actually looked good.
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