October 2, 2009

I’ll give you a HAND





The first time I heard this quote I was a new mom to my first child!  I loved  these words!  They empowered me!  They reinforced the fact that I have a lot of influence over my young sons life.  Everything I do, the promises I fulfill will have such a lasting impact on his world.  I was building trust.  I was building character.  I was building a person with his own strong personality and strengths.  Our consistency in raising our kids has helped them to know how to trust their teachers, then their friends and hopefully have a good character judgment as they chose their future spouses.  Then…..with my future grandkids.  Ahhh……the circle of life!

Anyway, didn’t mean to go off on a child-rearing tangent but the quote added to the main reason I’m posting today.  I’ve finished my doodle hand.  Talk about relaxing!  If you haven’t given doodling a try since grade school, I urge you to do it!  You don’t have to show anyone.  But it would be fun to see.  You can easily upload them to flickr.  To get your creative juices flowing click HERE  to check out one of their many Doodle Art groups. 

1 comment:

Sue O'Kieffe said...

give this woman a hand. yippee!

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