By Ben Cooper – 1,200 words A woman has shared her love of the world of pencils and cases on social media with an image of a drawing and a box that was found on a bench in her backyard.
The drawing was on the left, a pencil box was on top.
The box contained a pencil, the box was a pencil.
Benni Lockstitch told the ABC her husband found the box in the backyard after she got home from work at 6am on Saturday.
“I think he found it on his way home, he was in the driveway when he saw it,” she said.
The photo was shared by Benni Lockstreitch on Instagram and she was so moved by the artwork she decided to post it on her blog.
On her blog, Benni wrote she had found the pencil box in her yard.
“It was sitting on the bench, there were two pencils inside and two pencil cases on the bottom shelf, and the box sat there on the shelf,” she wrote.
“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, I didn’t think it was possible.”
Bennig said she was surprised by the kindness of the stranger.
“This man is the best, this man is amazing,” she told ABC Radio Brisbane.
“He just found a pencil inside a box and he took it and gave it to me, I couldn’t be happier.”
That was so touching, he just opened the box, took it from me and gave me a box.
“The woman is a painter, and said she loved drawing.”
One day I was like, you know, I’m going to make a painting, I’ll just do it,” Bennig said.”
But then the next day I had to make one for my husband, it’s just like the old saying.
It’s just so beautiful.
“The man is known as Mr Lockstitches, and is the subject of a documentary called Mr Lockstreches, which premiered on Netflix earlier this year.
Mr Lockstices has since started a Facebook page dedicated to the art.
The website shows a photograph of the box with a message, “I’m not your average artist, but I am a pencil artist.
I’m looking for a pencil in a box.
It doesn’t have to be a box of pencil, just a pencil that’s already got a box inside.
It’s like a puzzle, and you can put it together by yourself, it won’t take you long.
Just find a pencil.
“Bennett Lockstreice said the man’s kindness had been overwhelming.”
You could just tell it’s somebody really caring about people and giving them something to do and they are just so appreciative of that,” she explained.”
To be honest, it was really overwhelming, I mean it’s amazing how the human heart works.
I mean I just want to hug him and thank him for giving me that smile.
“The artist has created a Facebook group called “Mr Lockstrechys Pencil Box”.”
He’s not just a really nice man, he’s a really talented artist, he has his own website, he does all kinds of stuff,” she continued.”
People just find him, they go to his website, they ask for his advice, they just find the whole thing really inspiring and just it’s really inspiring.
“If he had to pick one person to thank, he would say his wife.”
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