• For our prompt of “Vacation” today, I thought about the many places that I’ve traveled to in the past. There were lots of exciting vacations that involved rushing from one place to the next, trying get in all of

    • I’m in need of a new bed as mine as begun sagging as we all do eventually. Maybe I should get one of these yeti beds for myself – they sound so comfortable.

    • So cute Charlie! The rain has started finally. Our deck continues to make progress and will look like a deck again soon. Tomorrow I am hoping to have a quiet day, listening to the rain and playing in my studio. Hopefully you day isn’t too stressful!

    • Looks like the perfect “vacation’ to me, Charlie! Any kind of break in the normal routine would feel a bit like a vacation at this point. These kittens are adorable..I want to adopt them and the beagle pup but afraid our 3 cats would not be too happy with me.

    • Well, I’m trying not to feel a bit sad- we would be in Portugal or Spain right now if our plans were fulfilled for 2020 but I am grateful we’re all well and healthy, safe in our home too. I suppose we are hopeful for next year’s plans but I can say 2020 has made us nothing if not flexible. Really, I’d be perfectly happy with puppies. Maybe poochons and/or a yorkiepoos. I have been to some very exciting places (mostly because we seem to attract hurricanes-yeah, go figure🤷‍♀️) and I have a few more on the list, but just coming home to puppies, that would really be great! I sort of have a permanent vacation personality -we’re on adventure everywhere!💁‍♀️

    • My favorite vacations are trips to Lake Superior. Laze on the beach and in the water eat every meal out. Collect a bucket of pretty rocks, and maybe take a hike if we are feeling ambitious.

      We’ve been to the Dakotas a couple of times, and that was fun, but still we had to look at stuff, so Superior still wins.

  • For our prompt of “Boater” today, I ended up with a beagle wearing one. Indeed, a boater could also be someone who travels in a boat for pleasure, but the classic flat-topped straw hat wins out for the number one

    • I love hats, though not the big intricate ones that you see at weddings and the queen’s anniversaries. Unfortunately, I don’t look good in them at all. I still wear one once in a while anyway, just for me and who cares if anyone else likes it, lol.

    • Sure a dapper beagle Charlie! Looks like we may get the rain you sent my way. Should be here tomorrow afternoon and all day Wednesday! 1 to 3 inches. Thanks 😊

    • I like hats. I look good in a lot of them. Not all, mind you, but a lot. I’ve even made hats in a felting class. A friend stopped by today to drop off a couple of bales of straw for me for my gardens. She is a weaver and she brought me a scarf she made. Good thing, because I’m pretty sure that as weird as 2020 has been, we’re still going to have a winter. I don’t go out much in winter because I don’t have snow tires on my wheelchair, but when I do, I like to be bundled up like I’m in Antarctica! Yay hats and scarves and anything else that will keep jack frost at bay.

      • Yay for looking good in hats! I’m a bit jealous! hehe 😃💕 And yay for hats and scarves… especially a homemade gift from a friend! For some reason I think those handmade gifts keep us even warmer in the winter.

    • Great doodle, Charlie. I have a selection of caps and wide brimmed hats for the summer, and wooly hats for the winter.

      • Thanks so much, Gary! 😃💕 Yeah, I don’t really do the summer hats, but I often avoid the sun. In the winter, I have a fun wooly hats but always forget to put them on and Philippe has to remind me.

    • Nice one Charlie…Why is he looking sad because you wore him a hat?😊!

    • Love your boater wearing Beagle, Charlie! Saw a news report yesterday that featured beagle puppies being trained to detect the corona virus. I sure don’t want the virus and no thank you on a hat but I sure love a sweet Beagle pup.

      • Thanks so much, Mary! 😃💕 Yeah, viruses and hats can stay away from me. But beagles are the cutest and have the best nose. They use them in airports because they’re not intimidating. hehe

    • What handsome little pup. Only time anyone wears a hat in this household is when it is extremely cold out. I’m not a fan of them. 😉

      • Thanks so much, Lori! 😃💕 Yeah, I do have to resort to wearing a hat when it gets super cold. Or wait for Philippe to shout at me to remember to wear one. 😊

    • Cute! I always manage to look silly in a hat, although some would argue I do a good job without them too. That said, if I’m ever lucky enough to meet Philippe, I will be sure to greet him wearing a baseball cap (backwards, of course) and football jersey. 😉

      • Haha! Awesome!! You HAVE to do that! That would be sooooo funny! 😃💕 Yeah, I’ve never been able to make a hat look anything but a touch comical.

    • Love your beagle in a boater 😁 And I am a fan of baseball caps..and I collect them from all the places I visit..and I wear alot of them(bad hair days) Boaters though would not be my style and I also thought of a barbershop quartet..and forgot about the gondoliers that wear them…Another tidbit for my brain
      Thanks for a great painting!

      • Thanks so much, Priscilla! 😃💕 Yep! Bad hairs days were what lead me to paddy caps. But, I’m still not sure if I would have just looked even better with bad hair. Yeah, I’m convinced I’d look a fool in a boater for sure! hehe

    • Thanks so much, Marisela! 😃💕 Hehe!! Indeed! Texas thinks the bigger the better. I guess hair must be included in that also! Love it!

    • Aww thanks so much, Mugdha! 😃💕 Yeah, I would certainly be an unconventional teacher indeed! hehe And so true…. I’m amazed at what people have to be taught. One would think they couldn’t walk outdoors for fear of falling down! lol 😉

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  • For our prompt of “Goldenrod” today, I sketched a couple of butterflies rushing to enjoy a bit of its pollen. There have been a ton of monarch butterflies this year where I live and it’s been a joy to see them.

    • Wonderful Charlie! We have a field of goldenrod but I haven’t seen any monarchs. The trees are getting brilliant. The maple at the end of our driveway is many shades of orange with green mixed in. We got apples from the orchard this afternoon and some cider. I hope your rain comes our way. We desperately need it as wells are going dry.

      • Thanks so much, Karen! 😃💕 Oh wow! Your trees sound stunning! Nothing has quite started to change where we are to that level yet. I can’t wait! Sending you our rain now!

    • Oh Charlie, salt. Ewwwwwwwwww that is not allowed in my house oops wait I bought a boxful (why did I not tell them to send a shaker instead, a small one) to put into the pigment on my paintings but it is not food. Salt is cleaner and salt is painting enhancer. Salt will kill you. Second ingredient? I hope Phillippe does with it what I do — in the G file under the kitcny sink.

      Tsk!

      • I must clarify what I said about salt in pigment — after it is painted on the page, then put salt and a bit of thin plastic (bowl wrap, plastic wrap) over that and squish it into shapes, aka Jean Haines in “Atmospheric Watercolour.”

      • Hehe! Yeah, I don’t like too much salt or sugar! 😉 They’re just seasonings… never meant to be an actual flavor on their own! Philippe always thinks in science and chemistry so he’ll figure out how just a tiny bit could add tons of flavor in some way when it reacts with other flavors. Too difficult to understand for me! hehe

    • Beautiful, Charlie! I can think of few things more joyful than watching a butterfly dance through our yard. I don’t see as many as I used to but I always take the time to watch their journey.

    • To me, marmite tastes like a beer brewery smells. It’s been well over 30 years since I had and that was while I was in England. I actually kind of liked it on a thick slab of stoneground bread (the kind you could get 30 years agao), but not enough to buy and have it around.

      • Yeah, it was weird… to me it tasted like nothing but salt. I couldn’t get past that bit and no other flavors came to greet me! lol 😉

    • I painted goldenrod today and I didn’t even know it was the prompt!

      I have purchased things myself that I thought would be wonderful and it turned out I had to throw them out because I couldn’t stand them. But its important to try new things! What if I loved it and I would have missed out on it for my life? Its worth wasting a bit of cash to find out!

    • Beautiful painting ,Charlie. I’ve seen wildlife documentaries showing the monarch butterflies migrating. It’s an incredible journey.

    • Pretty sketch. I was just thinking about Monarchs yesterday as I was out in the yard. I have numerous small milkweed plants blooming this year. I have yet to see a Monarch. I’m not giving up however. I figure I’ve sent out the word and next year they will start to show up.

      • Thanks so much, Lori! 😃💕 Perhaps this was just our year, or a fave location for them, but we’ve seen more monarchs than ever before. When I see the next one, I’ll suggest they visit!

    • Mugdha I giggled all the way through your story. It sounds like so many of my own happenings — and I am such an airhead I still do it decades later. No more Nanas and Mom though so I just cackle and get up again.

    • Aww thanks so much, Iisa! 😃💕 Thrilled you enjoyed both!

    • Thanks so much, Claire!😃💕 Aww indeed! I thought that was backwards. I was just quoting a show written by an Australian no less! Yes! Those things from childhood are so wonderful!! Hope you have a great week as well!

    • Thanks so much, Marisela!😃💕 Yeah, it’s so wonderful how our cultures will leave us with such different food memories and tastes. Yeah… no cow tongue for me, but I think Philippe would love it! lol And yes! I did get gumbo and it was amazing!

    • Aww thanks so much, Mudgha! 😃💕 Yes, I adore this season… autumn here and it’s the lead up until Christmas with family traditions and yeah, I’ll admit it… presents and fun! I love this time. Winter comes just a few days before Christmas and then I’m over the cold by January. Yay I wasn’t the only one chasing those butterflies! That’s wonderful your mom remarked on your “butterfly madness” as my own mother collects butterfly pins. So thrilled this brought back such wonderful memories!

    • My sweet friend Verna loved her monarchs and her son and I see them every day and think of her! Oh, and Charlie, Marmite (ewww) but Vegamite (yummm)😋 and yes, picked it up in Australia. I hate to say it but bread, butter, cheese and____(fill in the blank). But I would give it a try if you ever get a chance. 😉

      • That’s so lovely about your friend! 😃💕 And yeah…I think these things might just not be for me. I don’t enjoy really salty things. There’s only a few chips that I’ll eat from the store as most are too salty for my tastes. hehe

    • Will be seeing lots of them in October…very nicely rendered Charlie…keep going😊😍!!

    • Very beautiful painting…I love butterflies too.And I do enjoy seeing them flutter by when I am outdoors…I just love your sense of adventure and trying new things even marmite LOL keep it up!! Your adventures are so encouraging and uplifting not to mention fun!! 😁

      • Thanks so much, Priscilla! 😃💕 Aww glad you like my silly adventures! hehe… yeah, I will try just about any food once. But, Marmite is now just a memory for me. lol

    • Oh, Philippe eats every organ one can imagine. It’s definitely a French thing of waste not, want not. But I’ve had bites and I want not! lol Indeed my love of animals has almost made me vegetarian! 😊

  • For our prompt of “Surreal” today, I wasn’t quite sure what to sketch. Then, the more I thought about it, I realized that most of my sketches are a touch surreal since I use animal stand-ins rather than people. So

    • Philippe sounds like my husband – he’s almost impossible to buy for. He’s got it easy with me. He just tells me an amount and I go out and buy something with it, lol. These days I write a book for him once a year and that’s all he gets, but it makes him perfectly happy.

      • That’s a beautiful gift indeed! Love that! 😃💕 Yeah, Philippe has become increasingly tougher to buy for… hehe… but I always come up with a little something at the very last minute, of course!

    • Charlie I knew without reading first that your mind would go straight to desserts! Heheheh. Do you think Phillippe will share his cake? I knew a woman who got a watermelon and stuck candles in it for her kid’s birthday, fourth or something. I can’t imagine.

      • Mireya replied 3 days ago

        I know cake is my favorite.

      • Oh that sounds like a terrifying birthday party indeed! lol 😉 Though I do like watermelon, it’s simply not meant for such an occasion. He always shares his cake! It’s the same one each year from a local bakery. I just have to remember pick it up.

    • Wonderful birthday party Charlie! Wonderful fall day here. I hope it was nice there too! We cleaned up a bit in the deck construction area, I got to do some art, worked on a Pop-Up Shop which will open soon and we got to relax.

    • I was lucky to have my friend stop by today and bring us a cheesecake. We masked up and wandered around the yard looking at what is left of the summer garden and offering to share whatever is ready to be split in the spring. I have enough day lilies and iris to fill two gardens.

      As for Philippine birthday, he’s a cook and loves to do it. As a fellow cook, I would love someone to buy me a truffle, or a jar of caviar, or an expensive bottle of champagne, or some other indulgent food that he would love, but wouldn’t buy himself because its too extravagant. Some other things I look at every year, but pass on because it seems too extravagant are live lobsters from Maine, a big wedge of parmigiano reggiano, or some very aged balsamic vinegar.

      • That sounds like a lovely time! And cheesecake… even better! And those are wonderful ideas! 😃💕 I was thinking caviar might be a wonderful thing indeed!

    • Mireya replied 3 days ago

      you should write these stories and shae them.

    • What a beautiful, happy image. Nailed it again, Charlie! 🙂

    • I want to come to this birthday party please! You should turn this sketch into birthday cards! Its so cute!

      • Thanks so much, Lori! 😃💕 Yeah, I was thinking about cards for this one, as soon as I figure out how to set that up! hehe Glad you enjoyed it!

    • Fantastic birthday party and so cute !

    • Love your painting and I miss the parties and being with family and others..I hope I can have a nice celebration next year for my 70th ..😊

    • That’s one heck of a party – I pity whoever’s cleaning up after them!

      Salvador Dalí also created the Chupa Chups logo, which were handed out at lots of parties I went to as a kid. I wouldn’t mind if they were still handed out now, to be honest! I actually preferred my own birthday parties, because that meant I knew exactly who was coming. Being thrown in at other parties with friends of friends who I didn’t know used to stress me out… at least, until they brought out the cake.

      • Thanks so much, Jacob! 😃💕 haha! Yeah, the cleanup on this one would be rough indeed! Aww cool about Dalí ! That’s awesome. And true on parties… it is always better when I know the entire guest list and apparently it’s rude to ask before agreeing to attend someone else’s! 😊lol

        • LOL! As bad as it probably sounds, when I’m invited out people will often just tell me who else is going as I’m more likely to tag along that way. I don’t even need to ask anymore!

    • Bonjour, Cathy! 😃💕 I’ve only sketched him once in a way that actually resembled him. I don’t really enjoy painting people as much as animals, they’re more universal! 😉

    • Aww thanks so much, Marisela! 😃💕 So thrilled you enjoy this one! And happy that record player brought back good memories! haha… my present is staying out of his kitchen! I’m not allowed there after attempting to cook for him early on. He likes good food more than a good attempt! 😉 Lovely suggestion on the bath products though, I’ll look that up!

    • Thanks so much, Mugdha! 😃💕 So thrilled you enjoyed this one! Actually, I’m not a great cook or even an acceptable one. Early in our relationship, he choked down one thing I made and then lovingly told me never to worry about doing that again. As it turns out, really great cooks like eating really great food more! lol But I’ll come up with something that’s fun to get him I’m sure!

  • For our prompt of “Gem” today, I thought about one of my sketches from last month when I drew my very first magpie. Not only had I failed to ever sketch one, I didn’t know that much about this bird. So, of course,

    • Love the colors you used in the feathers, Charlie! Rather nice gem he has there too. Have a great weekend!!

    • Fantastic Charlie! Enjoy your weekend!

    • Charlie I thought stealing shiny objects was attributed to crows or ravens. I thought magpies just nattered like an annoying relative. I doubt they could even carry something as heavy as a chain with a metal object on it!!

      • hehe! Magpies stealing is more part of European lore. Actually, it was wild as after I sketched this we watched an episode of Paddington Bear where he was a detective and the culprit? A magpie! lol 😉

    • One of the things about folklore and myth is that people didn’t think the way we do now. That’s one of the reasons I like the annotated books, because they shed a little light on that. Above and beyond just enjoying the stories and the worlds they create, I like to try and discover what the stories actually told the people they originated with. It’s often much different than what we gain from them.

    • How beautiful is your magpie and gem!! this time of year saddens me as much as I like the holidays..it also signals cold and dark days and nights…yet I do have some things to help me get through and the fun sun will be back before we know it! Enjoy your pizza and weekend 😊☺

      • Thanks so much, Priscilla! 😃💕 Yeah, I never mind the dark at first… but after Christmas? I’m over it already and ready for spring!

    • There are other birds that have been accused of taking shiny things. I wonder if those are also false stones. When I was a little girl I once stole a pair of earrings from the Five and dime. I must have felt guilty because I gave them to my Grandma for Xmas. I never got caught, but I never took any thing that didn’t belong to me again.

      • I was wondering the same about the other birds. Not sure if scientists have let them off the hook yet. What a story! Yeah, I think the guilt for taking even something small is enough to stop as a kid for most of us! 😉

    • Nice doodle, Charlie. Magpies are beautiful birds. Their calls are a bit rasping though. Over here they are partially blamed for the decline of songbirds, accused of stealing eggs and chicks from nests.

    • Lovely gem all together! Thanks for todays lesson. It is always interesting to wonder why they “study” some things. I guess otherwise, we would never know. 😉 Happy first Saturday of Fall! My favorite time of the year also!

      • Thanks so much, Lori! 😃💕 Yeah, I’ve no idea why some things get studied sometimes. But now we know! Hope your weekend is going great!

    • Thanks so much, Marisela! 😃💕 Yeah, that safe bubble is not to be underestimated during this time! And the pizza was sooo good! Hoping for gumbo tonight! hehe

    • Thanks so much, Mugdha! 😃💕 Yeah I adore folklore… sometimes the stories ring truer than facts for how people really think and believe. Hope you’re having a fantastic weekend my friend!

  • For our prompt of “Savory” today, I thought of a million lovely fall food dishes at once as I adore food. And while I equally enjoy sketching it, I decided to follow a different line of thought. I thought of the

    • I always cringe when I hear of an attempt to ‘improve’ something. From managing forests to latest updates in computers, we seem to create as many, if not more, problems than we solve. At least we aren’t the only creatures that tell lies. Dogs know darn well what they are saying with those puppy dog eyes and they’re lying more often than not, lol!

    • So sad! They are masters of that look. Wonderful Charlie! Another early morning for me. The alarm will go off at 5:30 as we both have to be up, dressed and have eaten breakfast so my husband can be out the door at 6:30 for work. Tomorrow is day two of demo and rebuilding our back deck. The crew was here at 7 am.

      • Thanks so much, Karen! 😃💕 Oh my that is a quite a project you have going there. And I didn’t realized those hours you mentioned also occurred in the morning! hehe Best of luck with the deck!

    • Lisa replied 5 days ago

      I think its becoming more and more obvious that the main character of your book needs to be a beagle! So cute!

      I get frustrated with all the woe is me complaining about how things are going. I have sympathy for people who lost jobs, became homeless, got sick, etc etc, but most of my friends and acquaintance don’t have it that bad. If you can put a meal on the table and aren’t sick, you’re doing good right now. So cheer up!

      • Thanks so much, Lisa! 😃💕 Yeah, I thinking the beagle just might win out, but he’ll have friends of course. Indeed! We should always be happy for the little things!

    • Wow a lovely image but I love your words just as much..reminding me that I am in this world but not of this world and I can stay optimistic about today’s situations. We indeed are the causes of much of the insanity of this world. None of us are superior to anyone..and once the world understands that we will be in a better place. Until then hope and joy fill my day as I continue to make art some good some not so good and remain optimistic that there will be a better day!

      • Thanks so much, Priscilla! 😃💕 Yes indeed! Optimism is always our best thing to have during the best of times, but during questionable times, it’s pure gold!

    • Great painting, Charlie. My wife says I’m a kid at heart. I have troubles sleeping the night before we are going for a day out somewhere new. I get very excited.

    • How could anything be denied that sweet face. Nice post, Charlie!

    • Ahhhhh……feed him! 😉

    • Charlie, there is imbalance all right not to mention evil. I sat in front of my screen here one day after reading the news and said to the Lord, “I don’t like the way your world is going.”

      I did not expect the immediate response inside my ear: “What are you doing to make it a better place?”

      Good thing I was able to come up with a few good answers but there is so much more a person can do.

      • So true! 😃💕 I figure for my part I’m just going to keep doing what I do every day and show up with a little bit of joy and hope. Might not change the whole world, but I’m happy if it makes a little dent in things.

    • Beautiful doodle!!

    • Thanks so much, Marisela! 😃💕 Yeah, seriously… there’s nothing sadder than seem a great meal disappear! lol

    • Well said… yeah… I’m not sure we’re built anymore for real strife! And it is sad to see the true colors show during a time like this. Yet, most of us have good sense and a good heart. And we can always spot one another! 😉

    • Aww that’s wonderful! In a time where hugs aren’t possible, I love that I could send a nice virtual one your way! 😃💕 And yes!! Pizza tonight! Can’t wait!!

    • Thanks so much, Iisa! 😃💕 Glad you enjoyed the Kansas City sketch (that was back when I first started! Never know what will show up as a related post for folks… hehe) And awwww… your cat sounds totally adorable!

  • I’ve been working on this off and on for prompts from August. August! Prompts: Fossil, Tool, Feed, Dance, Barbed Wire, Magpie, Paddle, Historic Moment, and Feed. The poem reads as:
    A paleontologist dances a jig,
    An historic moment has occurred at his dig!
    With tools of patience and shovel and brush,
    He’s uncovered a fossil with bones…[Read more]

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    I\'ve been working on this off and on for prompts from August. August! Prompts: Fossil, Tool, Feed, Dance, Barbed Wire, Magpie, Paddle, Historic Moment, and Feed. The poem reads as: A paleontologist dances a jig, An historic moment has occurred at his dig! With tools of patience and shovel and brush, He\'s uncovered a fossil with bones uncrushed. A creature with paddle-like flippers he\'s freed. The magpie thinks, \'There\'s nothing left for a feed!\' It laughs, his feet on the barbed-wire fence, And decides that the dance makes little sense. DoodlewashAug2020 Week 2-Zebra Sarasa Clip Pens in a Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook
    I’ve been working on this off and on for prompts from August. August! Prompts: Fossil, Tool, F
  • For our prompt of “Pathway” today, I thought about those moments where a path leads to a choice. Life seems full of choices at times and it can even be a bit overwhelming. Once heading down a path, there’s a fork

    • Sweet cat, Charlie! So many roads over a lifetime. Like to think that I chose the best road for any particular moment.

    • I sold a print of one of my watercolors today. More paint is in my future. The only fork in that road is paint or paper. Since I used the money I made selling some of my July pear paintings to buy paper, we’re back to paint. I have too many brushes to count these days. The person who first said that a different brush will not make you a better painted knew what she was talking about!😂😂

      • That’s so awesome you’re selling paintings! Yay! 😃💕 I’m giving you a virtual high five now, but you can’t see it so it just looks perfectly ridiculous. So true on art supplies… they’re just enablers… we are totally in charge of the painter we become. And it sounds like you’re rocking it! YAY!

    • I love the expression on your kitty Charlie! Those forks make for interesting choices. I tend to not look back much as I love where I am now and have learned much from the bumpy paths that were painful at the time.

      • Thanks so much, Karen! 😃💕 Yeah, I look back all of the time, but have to admit I jump the middle. hehe… I think we’re defined by childhood and our mature stage teaches us to adore the us we became! Because, yeah… totally awesome here! 😉

    • One of the things I really hated, working for a large corporation, was that they always insisted you come up with a goal plan for your review. My plan was always to learn as much as I could about all aspects of the business, and then take any opportunities that came up. That was never enough for them – they wanted specifics. I’m pretty good at spinning a line, so I’d make something up. It was such a terrific waste of time.

      • Indeed! 😃💕 I only worked for a large corporation once in my life, but have since learned that the smaller ones are not always immune to such things either. Yeah, creative types have always sort of endured the rest of the world demanding those “specifics.” They can’t see what we see. And sometimes, they still can’t “see” in general, even if we are given the chance to show them. We’re left feeling like the odd creature out…. and yet… for just a moment it feels totally satisfying. Why be normal like that anyway? hehe

    • Great doodle, Charlie.

    • OMGOSH Marisela! I never thought I’d meet another person (outside of Greece) say, “Mocos”😄😁😆 my Mom grew up up with a Greek best friend! What a fun joy to experience today!😆

    • He looks just like the kitty that has been unwantingly visiting our patio in the wee hours. Unfortunately he follows the same path every night. The expressions you do on your animals are so fun. They come to life!

    • Wonderful painting to go along with wonderful thoughts!!
      I agree that whatever path I take today its the one I am supposed to be on…😊

      • Thanks so much, Priscilla! 😃💕 Yes! I agree! There’s always a reason for the path we’re on… it’s just a matter of determining what that is. Then we can choose the next awesome fork in the road!

    • Thanks so much, Marisela! 😃💕 hehe… Love that name for a kitty! And YES! That right there is the secret of life. Little Marisela always told your story… it’s simply your chance to explore it and live it. Things might get crazy, but that little girl with a killer personality will always let you know exactly what your heart wants to do next.

    • Thanks so much, Mugdha! 😃💕 Aww I’m so happy to know I made you feel better! There’s a secret here that some never talk about. When you’re super creative like you and I, things stop making sense at some point. It’s like drowning in a reality that still feels perfectly unreal. When you feel that, it’s actually a badge of honor and something to be proud to feel. You’re exceptional! What on earth is better than that? And you’ll DO amazing things!!

    • Right on Charlie! Perfect now all you have to do is turn up the music full blast and dance backwards around the living room. Why not. I have!

    • Aww that makes me so happy to know my friend! 😃💕

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