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What father doesn't brag about their children?
Emily has been taking art lessons for the last year and has really become very good (if I don't mind saying so myself!)
At the beginning of the year she entered a national competition for homeschooled students. Several weeks ago she was notified that her pencil drawing was 1 of 14 finalists for her age group (she is 15). There were three groups with a total of 520 entries.
Today we received an email that she was awarded 1st prize in her age group. Needless to say Donna and I are tremendously proud of her.
Here is her entry;
Thanks for letting me brag.
I offer my congratulations to the talented young lady. Very well done!
WONDERFUL!!!!!!!! Congratulations, Emily. Artistic and she can plow a mean furrow too.
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She is a very talented young lady and both you and Donna have lots to be proud of. As a parent of two very talented artists I can say that Emily has a bright future ahead of her in the art community. Look at them eyes ... amazing that much life and expression in a pencil drawing is simply outstanding
Amazing, very well done !
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Congratulations: Beautiful drawing: Looks impossible: Maybe she has a future in Art.
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Wow that is great.
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Beautiful !! Congrats, Emily.
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Wow! You have good reason to be proud !
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We always knew Emily was a winner. Hope this doesn't interfere with her seatcover business. Good going, Emily.
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I saw that drawing and another that Emily had done at Cecil's mini-fest and her talent is obviously first rate and surely deserved first place!
Congratulations to her and the proud parents!
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