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Putting Mittens on Unicorns

A vision from my younger self

Photo and drawing by author.

When I was visiting my dad, he showed me some drawings I’d done as a kid.

I remember the shingled barn, where my mom taught me to use a palette knife with oil paints, to create texture.

This one used artists’ crayons for smearing, smudging, and blending.




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Jennifer Dunne

Jennifer Dunne

Regular contributor to The Daily Cuppa & Dancing Elephants Press📚Author of fiction and non-fiction🎓Getting PhD in Metaphysics✏️Topics: cats, positivity & life

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