Neighborhood Fun

Little Picasos

The kids in the neighborhood were bored so they got their chalk out and went to work on the driveway. This is day 2 of them working on it. From the time they got home from school till it was time for bed, only stopping for dinner, they worked. Sitting there chatting and telling stories of their days at school. They are Jaydin McMickle,Jensin McMickle, and Cole Scott

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Jensin McMickle says ... on Tuesday, May 1 at 7:53 AM

Its Beautiful

jay says ... on Monday, Apr 30 at 8:26 AM

good job cole

Margo says ... on Saturday, Apr 28 at 6:43 PM

It looks beautiful Good job!

dave mcmickle says ... on Thursday, Apr 26 at 5:23 PM

good work ladies...papa loves you

dave mcmickle says ... on Thursday, Apr 26 at 5:14 PM

i'm very proud of my girls....very cool artwork and some real determination to keep at it long enough to make such a masterpiece....makes me wish for no rain for the next few weeks....keep it up....maybe you can beautify the entire NE side..luv u

jaydin mcmickle says ... on Thursday, Apr 26 at 7:56 AM

i love what we did its so Kool

David pledge says ... on Wednesday, Apr 25 at 4:21 PM

Look daddy's little angels I love u guys I'm so proud of u two jay an jens .

Melissa McMickle says ... on Wednesday, Apr 25 at 4:02 PM

I LOVE IT it looks so cool close up These guys did a great job

cindy mcmickle says ... on Wednesday, Apr 25 at 1:38 PM

these are my granddaughters, can you believe how talented they are??? awesome job!!!

Amy McMickle says ... on Wednesday, Apr 25 at 10:16 AM

Look at my little ladies....... The driveway looks sooooo good!!!!

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