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Old 03-09-2007, 05:50 PM   #1
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In 1993 I had a redwood sign shop in Pigeon Forge TN where I carved signs for homes and RVs.On a lot of the signs I did art work from a selection of half a million graphics,then hand painted the picture after carving it.One day I was painting on one and little girl of about three was on her knees in a chair watching me asking a million questions.Being a bit behind schedule and in a hurry I got out of my lines.She looks up at me and says"you're not very good are you?" Her mother was so embarassed you could have knocked her over with a feather.
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In 1993 I had a redwood sign shop in Pigeon Forge TN where I carved signs for homes and RVs.On a lot of the signs I did art work from a selection of half a million graphics,then hand painted the picture after carving it.One day I was painting on one and little girl of about three was on her knees in a chair watching me asking a million questions.Being a bit behind schedule and in a hurry I got out of my lines.She looks up at me and says"you're not very good are you?" Her mother was so embarassed you could have knocked her over with a feather.
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