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Thursday, July 10, 2014

What's Laura doing this week?

Laura's week has been behind this door.


Up these stairs.


Each morning I've dropped her at the bottom of the hill,


And find she's to the top and around the corner 


before I get there in the car.


This morning I got lucky!


I took the little camera when I went to pick her up tonight.
Yes, up and up and up.


And sat down to wait, as class is not over.
The "reveal" is tomorrow.


Hint--after years of struggling, yesterday she learned to draw a face.
I don't have to tell you which is which.


19 comments:

  1. Great story in pictures. You should offer lessons.

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  2. She's done a great job! We know where she got her determination and perserverance...

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  3. I can't wait for the reveal! (You ARE going to let us see it?)

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  4. You went up all those stairs? I am so impressed at both of you - her talent, your determination.

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  5. If it is the one on the left, she is good!

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  6. I think I see Country Blues in the photo...the place for Levis back in the day. Nice drawings!

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    1. Now it's called the Grey Colt. The two girls in the class went in there "for inspiration."

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  7. What a fun class to take this summer! Definitely can see she has learned a thing or two this week.

    betty

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  8. Good class, great improvement, terrific kid for wanting to do better.

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  9. It's such a pretty, pretty town Joanne.
    And applause for Laura's face drawing. I've been struggling for years and still can't draw a face. :)

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  10. Hari Om
    ...this is promising! YAM xx

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  11. Laura's ahead of me! And good for her for trying something new.

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  12. I hope you get a portrait gratis!
    Jane x

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  13. art is a great pursuit good for her

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  14. She's got all the proportions right - well done Laura.

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  15. And your last lines tell the story behind the story - if she has been struggling for years and is still trying, art is in her and will find a way out. That kind of drive comes from something we love to do, and it's so rewarding to acquire the tools to do it well.

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