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Girl in a Pink Dress by Ewa Ludwiczak

Beautiful colours for a beautiful smile: tawny eyes, tawny hair, pink face and a pink dress with tawny shades… such a beauty calls for love.

Ewa Ludwiczak

Watercolour portrait on Arches hot pressed paper (23 x 31 cm). Painted from a vintage black and white photograph. This painting is now available to buy in my DaWanda shop or directly from me (just send me an email or let me know in a comment) GirlInPinkDress

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Kids have gifts — when one trusts them

Russian TV - Bella Devyatkina

Russian TV – Bella Devyatkina

All too often, adults think that children by their nature should be doing childish things and remaining in their childish world, rather than imitating adults and their activities; this is the motto “let kids be kids.” Thus they are left in ignorance of what one considers as “beyond their age,” and if they show too much interest in such “beyond” things and inquire too much about them, they will be answered “don’t touch,” “stay away,” “this is not of your age,” “you are too young for that” or “anyway you can’t understand.” This makes future adults who will be ignorant, backward, immature and dependent on authority. CONTINUE READING / CONTINUER LA LECTURE…

Good Morning, Little School Girl

John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson - from biography.com

John Lee Curtis “Sonny Boy” Williamson – from biography.com

John Lee Curtis Williamson, better known as Sonny Boy Williamson I, was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He was born in Madison County, Tennessee, near Jackson, on March 30th, 1914. At age 16 he started to follow the Mississippi River north with his harmonica to seek a life as a musician. For this reason, he picked up the nickname Sonny Boy. CONTINUE READING / CONTINUER LA LECTURE…