AppStruck: Adam's Art Review

AppStruck writes: "As a child, I thoroughly enjoyed stuffed animals – a collection of about 200 that I sorrowfully lost at the age of 15, an act I coyly refer to as "The Great Stuffed Animal Removal Act of 2001" – but what I truly enjoyed was anything involving crayons and markers. I loved to draw, color and paint, get my fingers sticky with mud and make mud pie, scatter my crayons in some indescribable cacophony of color on the walls, carpet, whatever I deemed a suitable surface. Most mothers do not care for this particular bit of artistic insight, and so, as children, we are proffered coloring books to properly channel our coloring outbursts onto a neater terrain."

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