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The Crayola Gourmet

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Mark Bohannan
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25 posted 08-09-2002 12:44 AM       View Profile for Mark Bohannan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Mark Bohannan

I still have mine and I still USE THEM.....but I quit eating them years ago.  Wonderful read full of color and poetic flavoring.  Much enjoyed.
Madame Chipmunk
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I'm glad you enjoyed it, Mark...
I don't have mine anymore, but I have a huge tin of crayons which belonged to my kids.
My grandkids play with them when they are here...but those crayons are not leaving this house.....in my lifetime...
and I don't eat them anymore either.
~ hugs from a striped rodent

Lyra

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27 posted 08-09-2002 03:35 AM       View Profile for mycafe   Email mycafe   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for mycafe

Charming! Charming! Makes me feel like drawing with these crayolas...

marie

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28 posted 08-09-2002 10:57 AM       View Profile for paladin   Email paladin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for paladin

I developed an ulcer site when I was in the navy.The doctor said it was stress related.He ordered me to get a coloring book and crayons.I was told to do a page each day with the following instructions.
1.It's ok to have green cows and brown grass.
2.It's ok to color outside the lines.
It was cheap but effective therapy.Yes,and it was fun also.

paladin

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29 posted 08-09-2002 11:46 AM       View Profile for Madame Chipmunk   Email Madame Chipmunk   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Madame Chipmunk's Home Page   View IP for Madame Chipmunk

Thanks Marie...
They are fun, but I recently bought some pastel crayons and they are even more fun except that they are really messy and get all over my hands.  They aren't necessarily pastel colors.  They come in all of the bright crayola shades and they are fun to draw with except for the mess.
~ Crayola chipmunk hugs

Lyra

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30 posted 08-09-2002 11:51 AM       View Profile for Madame Chipmunk   Email Madame Chipmunk   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Madame Chipmunk's Home Page   View IP for Madame Chipmunk

Thanks for your reply, Paladin...
I can see how drawing green cows outside the lines can be very relaxing...
The brown grass, though is very common this summer...
I see it all over the place.

Do you still do that for therapy?
~ therapeutic coloring book hugs

Lyra

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31 posted 08-09-2002 05:27 PM       View Profile for paladin   Email paladin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for paladin

I still have a coloring book with a few undone pictures.Now where did I store those crayons?

paladin

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Paladin...
If you can't find them,  they sell them at any toy store.  You can just say that you're buying them for your kids. ~ childish hugs

Lyra

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lots and lots of funhere Lyra - it is fun to bring out the old crayons and color - I enjoy it with my grandkids now - loved this - Paul
Madame Chipmunk
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34 posted 08-09-2002 09:14 PM       View Profile for Madame Chipmunk   Email Madame Chipmunk   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Madame Chipmunk's Home Page   View IP for Madame Chipmunk

Thanks so much Paul...
Happy coloring...
~ hugs from the Crayola chipmunk

Lyra

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so cute!
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