"UN"Color My World

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The Secretary's latest explorations have been of an artistic nature -- a plurality of "murality". Something makes me think the "on" was a lot more fun than the "off".

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The work of an artist is oft lonely. Cleaning your work off someone else's wall is lonely, too, if you're lucky.  Why, yes, that IS a P-51 Mustang. I'm amazed since you can't see the air scoop that extends below to the floor. Perhaps it's the large 'capeller' (propeller) that clued you in.

Note: To remove crayon from a hard surface (have your budding artist) use baby oil, followed with a wipe with mild soapy water to remove the left over oil. It works very well, just ask The Secretary.

 


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