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Sunday, November 19, 2006


I attracted three children to my side while drawing this. I guess I probably should have expected that when I chose to sit on the edge of a park. They had a dog named Asia. The youngest boy came up to me and watched me for a while. He exclaimed to his siblings that I was drawing the bridge and the rocks and the trees. Then he jumped down onto the bank of the raging santa fe river and asked his sister to come along and to bring "aeigh" (the dog). I asked him where he was off to and he told me he had important business at the pond. He walked 30 yards down the way just past this bridge. Then he stopped and started to build some kind of dam. It didn't take him very long because there were only four inches of water in the river.


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