I give my little girl almost all sorts of pens. I give her pencil but she dislikes it. I give her pentel pen and ball point pen. I also give her coloring pens. My girl's favorite is a ballpen. She draws animals using a ballpen. She dislikes it when a pencil does not write well.
She loves to write everywhere. She colors the mirror. She writes even on her skin. She draws a line on our wall using a chalk. Everywhere even in the pages of my books, she writes in there.
|One of Guada's artworks|
Whenever she draws or writes she would call us to supervise her. She directs me to draw for her too. She asks me to draw various animals from elephant to python. I am not good in drawing but I draw without hesitation whenever she asks me to do it for her.
I collect her artworks. I treasure every artwork I see. To me passing through such stage of being a child will never be repeated again. Thus, I consider her outputs as works of art. Even if they may seem incomprehensible and may somewhat look like an abstract, I find them of utmost value.