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Thread: Mr. Butterfree (something for children)

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    Mr. Butterfree (something for children)

    Hmph! Yes, this will do quite nicely....

    This gentleman has found a new home.
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    Sandy, LOVE this adorable, wonderful painting, my gosh you should really paint for childrens books

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    Very nicely done, with the bright bold colours it really looks like it belongs in a child's story book.

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    Makes me smile

    So illustrative, bold and humorous!

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    Alexandra, nice little character Maybe a book for kids and older ?

    Best,

    Weeks

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    Really nice Alexandra, love the colours that you have chosen.
    Geoff

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    Fantastic, I love the color, would be a nice story to a butterfly

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    A marvellous painting for both kids and grown people! I guess that being butterfree makes him lighter to fly ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I have started a story and I am so pleased I think I can go on with this one, especially with all of your kind comments dear mates.

    Thank you dear Pat, I think this time I will give it a go. I think I can do one for myself and should try before I try for another person. I have so much practicing to do. Thanks again dear friend.

    3rd Rock Prisoner, thank you very much-I will try to do this.

    Marilyn Anne, Thank you. This is what I had hoped for! I will try to post my story to see how everyone feels about it.

    Weeks, Many kind thanks, I appreciate it!

    Geoff, Thank you, I am trying a few new things.

    Thanks dear Javier, it is great to see you. Hope things are going well for you.

    Thanks so much dear Cesare, I appreciate your kind comment. Yes, being a butterfree makes him normally light weighted, but this little guy begins to carry more and more baggage. Kind of a comparison with human life, but with a humorous twist as to maybe influence the reader not to take life too seriously, and love and enjoy as he will learn to see that there are different sides to each life that is here. A little something for both the adult reader and the child as a lesson in life. I cannot wait to share the story with our forum and get some feedback. It would be wonderful to be able to publish, but as I have read a few stories concerning this-it is not so easy anymore.

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    I am a child at heart so I like this. Nice job Sandy!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
    http://www.icompositions.com/artists/jibes


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