where did the mouse go

smkie

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I dont want to be a thread hog, but wanted to share the story of Aaron's mouse
Aaron wanted a pet mouse before he could talk..carried around an imaginary one in his pocket and would take it out and show people. So when he was old enough I found a wire cage that i thought would work and let him chose a mouse. We could call the mouse hundidi, but Aaron named him Zaniac. Zaniac had nine lives, that I am for sure..he did live a long and full three years so not to worry....he was an escape wizard that taught me lots about not only a mouse, but about the grownups that loved my little boy
 

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Not a very good pic i'm afraid!!! It's an oil on canvas of my horse Cavan.


 

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your painting is lovely, the mane and forlock look like you could touch real hairl.you should post more!
 

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Thanks, I only do them as a way to relax! That was my first ever oil painting!! I have done a few more since then which in my opinion are better!
 

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every one is..actually if i hit a period where I think i am stuck..i have learned it means i am on the bridge of a jump in improvement..the stuck is my seeing what i am doing wrong..it took a abit to figure out that was a good thing..
 

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