May 6, 2008

An Aside

Yep. That's Chelsea Clinton on the left. Yep. That's my niece on the right, Miss Mathematics Herself, Laney. Now I have no idea where they were, how they met, whathaveyou.

No matter how one feels about the political arena one of these young ladies comes from, this is the future... not all will be blue eyed blondes. But some will be. Not all will have good teeth and shining futures. But some will. Not all will be the girl next door and next door won't always be Pennsylvania Avenue. But some will.

Heck, the future won't even all be girls. But there will be a LOT of them.

Look lively. Here it comes. Closer and closer. And some will be artists...! Hooray!




cynhammond said...

I thought that was a good picture also. Never know do we, where our kiddos will end up and who they will be standing beside.

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Linda said...

Loved your comments on Laney and Chelsea - don't know how they met up yet, haven't got to ask her the details. She is being terribly responsible about voting, as we hope all young people are, listening to issues and making a careful decision. Of course I just want her to vote in a Democrat, and your brother, Mr. Republican, wishes the opposite.

Gillian McMurray said...

Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment on my blog and Art Wanted site. Glad you like my work.

Isn't it amazing how people can meet? I guess bumping into Chelsea Clinton isn't at the forefront of everyone's mind. It is a lovely picture.