February Snapshots

Alabama Living Magazine

My Kid’s Art

Charlotte Blencowe (16), a student at Chilton County High School, with two of her recent drawings. SUBMITTED BY Jennifer Blencowe, Clanton.
Charlotte Blencowe (16), a student at Chilton County High School, with two of her recent drawings. SUBMITTED BY Jennifer Blencowe, Clanton.
Colton was proud to show off his fall artwork made with the help of his wonderful daycare teachers. SUBMITTED by Michael Mann, Auburn.
Colton was proud to show off his fall artwork made with the help of his wonderful daycare teachers. SUBMITTED by Michael Mann, Auburn.
My daughter (Campbell Mead, age 15) drew this picture of Stoddard Bait & Tackle in Wetumpka. SUBMITTED BY Kelly Roberts, Wetumpka.
My daughter (Campbell Mead, age 15) drew this picture of Stoddard Bait & Tackle in Wetumpka. SUBMITTED BY Kelly Roberts, Wetumpka.
My grandson, Samson, drew this lion for me. SUBMITTED by Vickie Naylor, Boaz.
My grandson, Samson, drew this lion for me. SUBMITTED by Vickie Naylor, Boaz.
This scene of our Cairn terrier, after giving birth to her puppies, was painted by Bradley, at age 12, on an old t-shirt. It was so unique we had it framed. SUBMITTED by Helen Sturgeon, Cullman.
This scene of our Cairn terrier, after giving birth to her puppies, was painted by Bradley, at age 12, on an old t-shirt. It was so unique we had it framed. SUBMITTED by Helen Sturgeon, Cullman.

Submit “I met a celebrity!” photos by February 28. Winning photos will run in the April issue.

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