This setting is actually from a famous Thomas Kinkade painting (my favorite artist), which I have re-sketched in black and white. As the pen was gliding over the page, I could only think of the town I grew up in: The Little Town that Built Me.
It is where I was born, grew up, and thrived. It is where I lost, cried, and failed. But, most importantly, it is where I became me.
Your trees have provided me shelter, and your streams have provided me water. Your community has given me friends and your personality has given me character. Thank you, That Little Town. Without you, I don’t know where or who I’d be.
And with that I will go enjoy the place I call home, the happiest place on earth, no place I’d rather be: That Little Town that Built Me.
-Happiness in Handfulls