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The princess Lejla

Lejla Ebner

17 Oct 17 · 1 min read

Lejla had a task to draw herself in her adult age. And the result? You can see the image below.


What does she say about the drawing?


Lejla: When I grow up, I am going to be a princess. But a special one like Merida (from a cartoon). I will have a bowl and sparrows; I will climb trees, jump from cliffs and ride horses.




Edited: 2 years ago by Lejla Ebner

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