Black and white print – a part of the series, “Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds”
The art work in this print is inspired by Picasso’s style.
Life is meant to be fun and not drudgery. Laughing for no reason at all may not make sense to an adult, but to a six year old it makes perfect sense. I recall being like that when I was a little girl. I remember giggling at simple things without a rhyme or reason. After all, it is a lot of fun to be silly, invent funny names or pretend to be a goofy character and just laugh. Indeed, laughing and playing elevate our mental and physical well-being. So I ask myself, why as adults, we get so bogged down by the daily grind that we neglect to find opportunities to indulge in laughing and playing and just enjoying life?