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Playing Pirate

IMG_2285Our little guy loves to play in the bathtub. He is getting older though and now he mostly takes a shower. Today's theme for Illustration Friday made me think of how kids grow and change over time. This tub time scene captures a single moment in the metamorphosis every child makes into adulthood.

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Rebecca Stark said…
I believe what you said made a lot of sense.
However, what about this? suppose you wrote a catchier post title?

I mean, I don't want to tell you how to run your website, however what if you added something to maybe get a person's
attention? I mean Illustration Friday: Metamorphosis |
Morgan's Bubble is kinda boring. You could glance at
Yahoo's front page and watch how they write article titles to get people to open the links.
You might add a related video or a picture or two to get readers excited about what you've got to say.

Just my opinion, it might bring your posts a little livelier.

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