Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art – work of (he)art with rainbow.


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WORK  OF  (HE)ART WITH RAINBOW

WORK OF (HE)ART WITH RAINBOW

Young R, in drawing mode, decided to show her love and made this drawing for me, with my name on it,  just before turning six.  I have it up in the study.

Gap in teeth Full smile

Less than a week after her birthday she very proudly shed her first front tooth.  Here we have shortly before (pity she moved) and immediately after pictures.

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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17 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art – work of (he)art with rainbow.

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    priceless in more ways than one I am sure

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  2. What a beautiful smile! And what a sweet little granddaughter. I have a big soft spot in my heart for toothless little girls. 🙂 I’m so glad you shared her with us.

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  3. Sonel says:

    Awwww, what a beautiful drawing for her ‘Les’. She is such a cutie Col. I can see why you love her so much. 😀

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  4. The Asian says:

    I think there’s an artist in the making there 🙂

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  5. nrhatch says:

    Lovely post, Col! Kids’ Art has Heart!

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  6. granny1947 says:

    Too cute…grandkids are the best.

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  7. Colline says:

    That is a perfect work of art 🙂

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  8. gpcox says:

    “All I want for Christmas is my 2 front teeth…”

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  9. That rainbow picture took so much patience (and love).

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  10. misswhiplash says:

    One is bright and gay like a rainbow, the other is the rainbow fairy. Both are beautiful. Thankd for sharing

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  11. equinoxio21 says:

    Stevie Wonders’s song comes to mind: “Isn’t she lovely”.
    My two daughters are all grown up now. Still lovely though. Not losing their teeth (again) yet!
    🙂

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