Thursday, June 28, 2007

Trains, Planes, Boats and Automobiles

Trains go all around my grandson Andrew's room. There is Drew's Depot, Whittington's Whistle Stop Cafe at the Boerne, Tx. Inn, a sign that points to the mountains in Cuchara, Colorado, where a road leads to the Spanish Peaks and a black bear is waving, another sign that points to Fort Worth, Australia, San Antonio and Boerne, a tunnel that goes through the closet door and the A and E Railroad Train Line (for mom and dad, Angie and Eddie). A scripture below Andrew's name on the wall reads "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it. " This scripture is repeated on a trunk Grammy.

My grandson, Christopher, has a nautical theme in his room, lots of boats, ships, a light house and more. Little boys, trains, boats, planes and cars go together. Christopher's room will be featured in my next post. Come back soon and visit MW Murals and More! Thanks for dropping by.


Nancy said...

M, this is just too creative. Your have some lucky grandchildren that get to experience your art everyday. N

CY said...

Wonderful idea, Margie! You are so talented! Lucky Andrew

Connie Michael said...

...and who's the coolest Grammy in the world? Margie Ann! This is just adorable. I bet he loves it.

Elizabeth Taylor said...

Margie, What lucky children these are to grow up with art on their own walls. I know that their imaginations will be "stoked" (pun intended) from time spent gazing at the images. We may even have a whole new generation of artists in incubation!

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