Thank you to makingtimeforme for nominating me for this challenge!
• This challenge is for five days. On each day, name a positive talent that you have and why it’s such a great thing. Also, let us know how you can use this talent to help other people. (Also, you can post once with five things if you only want to do it for one day.)
• Tag whoever you want to participate. There is no minimum or maximum amount of people you need to tag. If you want, you can tag everybody.
• Have fun and realize that you are talented.
• Let BG know if you’re participating. She would like to see your answers.
I used to draw and paint. It was a good thing, I guess because I would paint things for the children. Once I made checkerboards out of their favorite characters. My youngest daughters’ was “Gem.” I made one for Loser. It was a caricature of his face and he was holding the board.
I drew and painted for school projects. When I was in high school, I drew beautiful women (fully clothed) for boys, who hung them in their lockers. I guess it was a “good thing” for them. LOL
I made and painted little movable figures that I sold to a store. I painted faces on wooden eggs for Easter baskets.
The last thing I drew was a picture of Spiderman for my middle daughters’ step-son. I drew it as a joke because I wanted to see his face when he thought it was his present. It took about twenty minutes. I was astonished that everybody in their family was blown by with my drawing. (They were probably being kind.) My daughter and her husband had it framed and it now hangs in their sons’ bedroom.
I don’t have anything left that I painted except a little quilt rack that I made and painted teddy bears on the sides. It was out in my garage. It was painted in the eighties and I didn’t put a lot of effort into it because by then, my interests were waning. (The tape is covering my signature and the date.)
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