I have informed you that I started painting rocks, well it’s turned into something else. I did a dragonfly, not one of my best works I have to be honest, for one of my granddaughters because she knows I love dragonflies and we’re always talking about them or looking for them when we’re outside. I hid the darn thing and she found it and she loved it. All’s good. When I hid it was when my daughter told me that purple butterflies, I had painted the background on the dragonfly purple because Savannah loves that color, Gina told me purple butterflies are the symbol for Turner Syndrome.
If you don’t know what that is I suggest you look it up on the internet because it’s way over my head to explain but it is something that is near and dear to me. I have a beautiful granddaughter who has it.
Today I painted a purple butterfly. No big deal except what do I do with it. I want to leave it somewhere that someone finds it that it will mean something to them. It turns out a lot of organizations use the purple butterfly so it increases my odds that someone will find it that it might bring a special smile to their face.
I hope you will look up Tuner Syndrome and find out what it is and what it means to so many girls and women. I first heard about it when I was writing my first book so I had some idea about it when it touched our lives.
She was definitely a few pieces shy of a complete Erector Set.
"Nice equipment." said Alison.
"Don't I know it."
Would someone please make him stop excreting humanly body fluids?