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January 14, 2009

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Eileen

Wow, what gorgeous photos! And your drawing is beautiful, too (as is your daughter's -- I didn't realize how close in age she is to my little girl btw)!

I first heard of amaryllisi (cute!) in a pre-K classroom many years ago. It's such a lovely thing to do, the results so spectacular, and I don't know why I've never tried it here! Thanks for the inspiration.

I really enjoyed this post -- what an eye you have.

Theresa

Beautiful!!! (no matter what you call it!) Your sketch is great. Now I think I need to go buy some flowers. I am desperate for nature here. Desperate!

Jennifer

It's beautiful Angela (your drawing, I mean) - Apple Blossom is one of my favorites.

Megan

your drawing is very beautiful! and also, thank you so much for the inspiration you are. i'm not sure exactly where you are located, but we are living similar lives with similar backgrounds in faith and home education, and that gives me encouragement!

Kathy

Beautiful drawings! That flower is such a breath of fresh air. The rough-and-tumble boys playing in the background of that pink, lady-like flower makes me chuckle. Real life!

Lori

i love drawing in the mornings. :^) what a gorgeous amaryllis and i love your and katie's drawings.

Painting

Amaryllis are popular holiday gift plants, undoubtedly because the bulbs bloom very freely indoors and they are affordable. Your paintings are very beautiful. Happy days.

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