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Nowadays, all they want to have to be 'happy' is an iPad, iPhone and Xbox and it still doesn't make them happy, Bill, excellent quote and I love crayons even now - a great piece!!
Such simpler times. I always loved my crayons. Great image.
They don't get it, do they? Me? I have my dollar store box of Crayola 64 -- and I still play with them! Nice!
love your take on the challenge.
Hang in there, Bill. Live long enough, and you're back to the box of crayons (says she, speaking from experience!).
Hahaaaa Bill, I'm sure you're able to be happy with a box of crayons! Because you still have got your child heart; it isn't too difficult to see it! Lucky boy! :D
Ohoh! Do I need to send you a box of Crayola 64 count with the sharpener in the back?
My daughter who is 25 and wasn't looking forward for grown-up life has never given up her box of crayons! Now I understand why she is happy... (I know you still have yours)
There's a touch of sadness here my dear Bill! Get out your crayons and play!! xx
Bill, run right out and get yourself a box of crayons ... that's an order! A gorgeous, gorgeous piece.
It's kind of bittersweet, isn't it? The crayons are delightful and perfect for the words.
Lovely work, my friend!
Unique take on the theme and beautifully executed, Bill! The sentiment touches us all!