Happy birthday mate. Hope you had a good one.
Haha, your mother doesn't like spiders either. My mum doesn't like Stanley. She said if he is still alive when I am older and want to leave home, I have to take him with me. Haha.
Do you have any pets?
Oh hi there. Sorry i haven't replied much sooner. Been busy with school.
When we first bought Stanley he was half the size and we were told that he would grow to be the size of an adults hand. Stretched out he almost is, but he's not quite there yet.
Do you like spiders as well?
Ha, so you like my spider, thanks mate. He's name is Stanely.
Sorry I didn't get back to you yet. Lots going on in past few days and some of a little upsetting. I will answer your email soon. I am trying to catch up with all my correspondence on here and email.
Found a great article on what you referred to as H. Parenting. http://www.time.com/time/nation/arti...940395,00.html
The idea that Greco-Roman sculpture was originally brightly painted has been known for years. The Romaneque and Gothic cathedrals would have been brilliantly colored as well. The reality sort of undermines all that "classical" austerity. Greek painting and Minoan and Etruscan painting is all brightly colored... to the point of an almost Modernist expressionism. That the Greek and Roman works were the same only makes sense. Had the colors survived it might have given us a whole different concept of "classicism" and of color.
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