Welcome to the Friday Afternoon Feel Good.
Where we give you a little something (no, not THAT kind of something) that will ensure you start the weekend smiling.
And tonight, you have the great nation of Spain and a helpful grandma to thank for the cheeky grin you’re about to have plastered all over your face. Hurra Viva!
In Borja, Spain, an elderly woman has taken it upon herself to help restore a painting by Elias Garcia Martinez.
The painting was in a nearby church that was open to the public. As a result, she was free to stroll on in, paintbrush in hand and do a little fixer-up-er-ing.
And nobody realised what she’d done until she was finished.
Here is what the original painting looked like....
Have a wonderful weekend!
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