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    • Christie Hawkes

      I highly recommend it. Coloring is a form of meditation for me — cheaper than therapy and probably a lot more fun!

  1. Larry

    First, great write! Reminds me of how life’s goes as we get older? We are new, young, fresh. Then as we get older, our face gets more wrinkles, as the paper gets torn. Not as “sharp” as a new colored crayon, and you don’t always “fit in” because you aren’t as young as you once were. Yep, my life is a crayon, and I think I’m a ” radiant ” bronze.

    • Christie Hawkes

      A beautiful radiant bronze – and a little striped right now, if we’re being honest! Gotta love the interesting tan lines.

  2. Oh how I hate having to tear the paper to sharpen! Speaking of crayons and coloring, do you have one of the new fads? – Coloring books for adults. I do and it is so relaxing, of course coloring with a grandbaby is the best coloring of all 🙂 Thanks from Grammy Dee, #WednesdayAIM #LinkUp #BlogParty, social media shared.

    • I couldn’t agree more. I do have an adult coloring book, which I definitely enjoy, but I love coloring in the children’s favorite books with them even more–cartoon animals, princesses, and superheros!

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