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A blue ribbon

It was nice to enjoy another ribbon for Alana today , at the Conroe art league show.  I also filled my class for March, alot of new students I am not familiar with, should be interesting.  This piece was also chosen for the art grant program for the high school, alon with 17 other entries.  It was a fun event, but alas it was not chosen by the students to buy.  Looks like I'm going to have her around for a while.  Would, however be excited to sell it at any time.  

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