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10/30/2013

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As I was cleaning out my granddaughters craft area, I noticed a new box of crayons tucked in the back of the drawer.  I could not resist opening it up and looking at all of the bright colors and the nice pointed tips.  I found myself wanting to grab a sheet of paper and draw a big round sun and a vivid blue sky, then I thought, "if I were four I just might draw a purple cat with a green tail and if I were eight I would draw a mermaid with a shimmery gold metallic tail."  To see a box of crayons through the eyes of a child reminds us that anything is possible, life is not just black and white.  As I put away the glue sticks and colored pencils, I vowed that for today, "I will look at life through the eyes of a child and a box of crayons"....join me!

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