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Monotype, Oil, 15.5″ x 19.5″


Yes, this is my child. The human that reached saturation point more easily, more often, and just more. We were the parent and child, standing in the middle of the store, whom people watched then cringed at, during a behaviorally challenging moment. Ultimately a full cart was abandoned and this child was carried out the front door with tiny shoes flying. You may think, overtime this had to have gotten better, but add phones, tablets, and computers with enticing games, videos, and social media, the answer is not really. But we have endured, collaborating to help each other solve many problems over time.