The Paper Beret
This is a 4″x8″x3″ (brick) painting.
This painting is $125 and is available HERE.
Scarlett turned four last week and I have never seen any one actually change overnight. She went to bed a toddler and woke up acting and talking like a ‘big girl’.
Yesterday, she was actually telling me about something that happened when she was ‘a little girl.’
REALLY! When you were ‘a little girl’.
(You should have seen the eye rolling from Imogen that luckily Scarlett did NOT see).
I love her thinking she is a big girl but in some ways it can be hard. The tray carrying is a good example.
She wants to be a waitress so bad and insists on carrying things on a tray. The other day, before I even realized what had happened, she put a yogurt drink on a tray and made her way into the TV room. You guessed it, she did not make it.
Oh, the tears! She was devastated. She ran off and cried on the stairs and while I was cleaning up the mess I heard her little voice moan “oh, I’ll never be a waitress! I could just die!”.
I could just die! Where the heck did she hear THAT?
I went to comfort her and when I asked her how old she thought waitresses were (her answer was fourteen) she seemed to realize that she had a few years to practice yet.
Unfortunately, trying to convince her to practice with empty vessels is proving to be a little more difficult.