Saturday, May 10, 2014

no matter how you spell it...

photo © 2014 jennifer wagner


if i could
i would

break off
a piece
of the sun

to give
to you


© 2014 Jennifer Wagner


Happy Mother’s Day to all the mother’s hearts out there!



© 2014 chalk sketch by me and my 6 year old.  He loves his familywe’ll keep working on the spellingsmiles

28 comments:

  1. How very sweet ~ Have a happy mother's day to you ~

    Grace

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  2. the best!! imperfection makes it perfect;)) I have a friend who does stunning chalk-board art...seeing this makes me want to give it a try!
    Happy Mother's Day to you!

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  3. Beautiful - it is perfect.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Anna :o]

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  4. what a beautiful, beautiful mother's day poem... yeah...i would as well..

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  5. Such a sweet gesture... Beautiful. :-)
    -HA

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  6. wonderful way to capture a feeling :)

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  7. such loving gift...Happy Mother's Day to you... :)

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  8. Very sweet words. I like how the poem and the picture complement each other so well!

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  9. This is lovely. I think we could all use a bit of the sun. Perhaps bringing joy to another person can be a way of bringing 'sun' into another's life. How neat that you worked on this picture with your son!

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  10. Ha - I couldn't see anything wrong with his spelling -- only because I do the same switching of letters :-)
    Nice collaboration.

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  11. How most excellent to break a piece of the sun ... love the sweetness...

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  12. Sweet. Dangerous! Happy Mother's Day! I'm not a mother, but seem to be joining the party.

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  13. Nice - love the artwork and poem combo. :)

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  14. So sweet. My kids are definitely the sunshine in my life (though I wouldn't tell them that because they'd all say, "Mom!!! That's so completely mushy! " :) Hope your day is a beautiful one, Jennifer!

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  15. this is so upbeat and fun! Happy Mom's Day to you too.

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  16. I love the chalk art, and that your six year old helped create it. Love the poem too - a mother's heart, indeed.

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  17. The best gift a Mother could receive. Very sweet

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  18. It's all been said! Sweet!
    ZQ

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  19. Lovely, Jennifer. And the title - perfect!

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  20. Sweet! Happy Mother's Day, Jennifer! :)

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  21. what a treasure that would be...much like our families....
    smiles.

    happy mothers day to you!

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  22. How you briefly you have delivered the innocent perfection...beautiful :)
    You never disappoint us from our expectations. :)

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  23. How lovely! This poem is short and really sweet :D

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