This picture calls me back to two periods of my childhood. First, I was obsessive as a child when it came to drawing Scrooge McDuck. It seemed that from fourth grade on I would draw the duck on any thing I could. I had perfected the skill of drawing Scrooge to the point that I would offer my skills in drawing him and other like-featured ducks to any of my classmates. Second, my mascot in high school was an eagle. By my senior year, I was drawing eagles on t-shirts for band and sundry other organization throughout the school. My favorite eagle drawing was off of a group of eagles playing band intruments.
As the Fourth of July approaches us again this year, I'll be taking time for the next week to work out a handful of patriotic themed coloring pages. This just seemed like a nature place to start.
Also, parenthetically, this picture and those that I post for the next couple of days may not be online as I'll be spending what ever extra time I have to preparing the website for more robust delivery.
Of Coloring Pages, Fatherhood, and the Joys of Little Children
This web journal is the companion site to our main coloring page website ColoringPageKids.com. What started out as an experiment left to itself has evolved into a coloring page resource for the good children of the earth. In this blog, I take the luxury of commenting on the joys and laughs of fatherhood especially in the realm of rearing small children, and some how try to tie this in to Coloring Pages, which we update from time to time.
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