Friday, January 1, 2016

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Children  all over the world paint a house in the same way,like in my granddaughter's painting, there are some explanations for that which i don't know if they are the truth, any way i like so much their naive drawing and every time i come back home i have some more of them.
Happy new year to each and every one of my visitors and my friends in this wonderful place, blogland.

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  1. All best wishes to you Gael. Here's to a good blogging 2016 eh?

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    1. Sorry...fat fingers. I meant Yael x

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    2. It is ok Gary, i hope i can blog ore at 2016, and improve my English,

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  2. Happy New Year to you, Yael! I came across your blog via Cro and I've been reading for a while but haven't posted on here before.

    I wish you well in 2016. Stay safe. xx

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    1. Thank you for commenting Ninachen, you are welcome here.Have a wonderful year .

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  3. May you all be snug and warm in your house as the cold weekend comes to us.
    That's interesting about the way kids all over draw the same house.
    Shabbat shalom, Yael, and a good 2016.

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    1. Shabat shalom Dina, cold and rainy here tonight.

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  4. Happy New Year Yael, and may we all be safe together in 2016. It is true that all children draw a house this way, if only we could all be that way for ever.xxx

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    1. I think parts of the children that we was stay with us forever.

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  5. Best wishes for a happy, healthy 2016! Thanks for sharing your granddaughter's drawing with us.

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    1. Happy new year to you too Colette,

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  6. Happy New Year, Yael. Our children's drawings of Home (capital H!) are almost exactly the same, except we always have a chimney with smoke coming from it and no sun in the sky!

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    1. Here also children draw a chimney many times,bt more often sun. Happy new year to you too Tom.

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  7. I have several scrap books filled with similar drawings; as Tom says, they usually have chimneys over here.

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    1. Here too, ans usualy they drae a trail to the house too.

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    1. Shana Tova we said in O ctober, the begining of the jewish new year, thank you and have a good year too.

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  9. Perfect way to start the new year, Yael. Pretty picture of your grandson with his colourful drawing of green grass and a house with lots of windows to let in the sunshine. That's a home full of warmth, comfort and peace. Greetings Maria x

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    1. Thank you Maria and greetings for you new profile in Blogger. Have a wonderful year.

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    2. Thank you Maria and greetings for you new profile in Blogger. Have a wonderful year.

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  10. Dear Yael, happy New Years and let's hope 2016 is a happy year for us all .

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  11. Happy year for you too Leisha.

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  12. Happy New Year Yael. Love the picture. Did she go on to draw a flower in the garden as well as the grass? X

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    1. Happy new year Frances and thank you for a whole year of commenting here. I think she drew the family near the house, i can't remember,

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  13. Happy New Year Yael. I wish all good things for you and your family.
    I remember drawing a similar house ... I think it is international.

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    1. Thank you Shirley i 'll check the mail.

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  15. Happy new year, Yael. Late to the party, but here I am. I am interested in seeing children's art framed and hanging on walls. One of my favorite doctors has pictures in every waiting room. I told him a good story of a friend of mine who frames pictures, professionally. The friend told me of a customer who said "My husband cannot tell the difference between pot roast and standing rib, so he never notices how much grocery money I spend on framing the children's pictures." My doctor laughed long.

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  16. You are very welcomed Joanne, sometimes i feel that my blog is not A BLOG, the posts are short and the English can be better, but i like you all here,Happy new year.

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  17. You are very welcomed Joanne, sometimes i feel that my blog is not A BLOG, the posts are short and the English can be better, but i like you all here,Happy new year.

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  18. When my children were that age, they drew the same kind of pictures. We still have some of them, framed, on the walls of our house. It helps us remember them as children.

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    1. I should fram those too, i did it wit some of my children's drawings in the past.

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  19. Children's pictures are wonderful - I remember drawing with our son every day after the meal (he his drawings, I mine).
    I added your blog now to my blog-list, so I see when there comes something new.
    A Happy New Year to you too!

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  20. Thank you so much Britta, it is a great honor for me :)Happy new year to you too.

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  21. Happy New Year Yael, a bit late. You are right about kids drawing houses the same way. Funny, isn't it?

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