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Monday, April 13, 2009

Once upon a time...



There was a little girl who loved to draw. She was a sweet little girl who was quiet as a mouse on the surface, but when she drew, she was like a lion. One day, she decided to share her talent with the world. She shared these beautiful drawings with her friends. They in turn shared it with their friends and their friends shared it with their friends and so on. Eventually, people from all over were able to enjoy her beautiful artwork. Her drawings inspired and moved people. She could make you laugh or cry with her beautiful talent for drawing.


Some people didn't like these drawings. They thought there was something wrong with the pictures the little girl drew. They thought her pictures were too moving and too full of emotion. So, instead of looking at other artwork, they decided to make sure she couldn't draw her pictures the way she wanted to.


She is still drawing. Her pictures are different now. They have lost some of their feeling. However, her pictures are still beautiful. If you see one, it will still make you happy. But if you were lucky enough to have been able to enjoy them before, that's exactly what you were, lucky.

9 comments:

Brandi said...

I personally think that little girl is pretty awesome.

Marianne said...

Me too!

Harmony said...

This is seriously cool Marianne! I agree--that girl is super awesome!!

Bastianclan said...

Marianne,
This is an awesome tribute to that little girl with whom we love. She is very talented. I think that girl is super awesome too!!!

Crystal said...

Brava! Marianne can be subtle. XD

I do feel so very lucky.

Jamie and Brian said...

Love this "story" - keep drawing!!

Brandi said...

I'm going to be soooo embarrassed if this isn't about who I think it's about.

Marianne said...

It's a story that I thought of today while I was chillin'. If you feel like it applies to your life and situation, then it's for you. If you think it's pertinent to someone you love, then it's about that person.

Disclaimer: The events in this story are purely fictional. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author's imaginaton or are used ficticiously. Any resemblance to actual events, or persons, living or dead is coincidental.

I've always wanted to write that. You are funny Brandi.

Chapman Family said...

Ditto. You took out the part where there were some other friends who beat up some of the other girls who made it so that little girl couldn't write, I mean draw, what she wants.

oh. Maybe that was only in my head.