For our prompt of “Children” today, I opted for just one Little Charlie having a talk with his teddy bear. I used to do this all of the time, with all of my stuffed animals actually, since they were my best
Love this post, Charlie! It is perfectly understandable to me when it comes to conversations with your inner child. Mine comes to play when I create my art. She is telling me that I need to spend time playing with paint tomorrow. I finished my deadline of getting my website up and running today. It appears to be working so I get to relax tonight. I didn’t think I would have deadlines after retirement but I guess I needed to ease into this new life differently than I thought.
I’ve always felt we talk to ourselves because everyone has to have some intelligent conversation once in a while. No insanity there! I hope everything gets caught up tomorrow so you can thoroughly enjoy your week-end.
So cute Charlie. You should write a book on these conversations. Takes me back to my childhood. Juat a few nights we had a fill moon. There I was throwing out the trash and the moom was shinning in the evening. It’s as if she said don’t worry. I’m here.
Aweeeeeeeee I love this so precious!!! I think our inner child side tends to be the most open and free part of ourselves. I love listening to children because they are so real with how the express themselves. I guess that is why i let mine roam freely lol. 🙂
Landscape in Abstract Autumn. Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve done almost no art work (all the posts I’ve been putting up were done in advance). I was taking care of a relative with health problems then went to a Celtic Music festival so I just didn’t have the chance. This is the only painting I got done, a quick watercolor sketch done out…[Read more]
For our prompt of “Village” today, my mind went right to those little winter holiday villages that some folks have as decorations this time of year. I don’t have one so, here’s a quick little imagined doodle. I’ve
I love your little village – Charlieville! Actually, I think that name has been taken. Modern man is so used to our possessions. Used to be most people didn’t have a permanent home, and didn’t eat every day. About the only possession they had were the clothes on their back. Today, that would be considered the deepest poverty, and it was then but also considered pretty normal. There is much I don’t like about our society, but I’m ever so glad I live here and now!
I love your beautiful village, Charlie 🥰. I always imagine a village in fairytale like that one. And I’m touched by words and thoughts in your story. And I think Philippe should bring you a miniature village, that thing might be easier possible than he’s waited for your giving up hehe. 👐(high-five or high-ten😉)
My name is Marsia Bramucci and I have so many ideas for this post. My only problem will be to put them all in an understandable order. So let’s start with the basics. I am Italian, both parents Italian, born in R
Your work is beautiful! Good for you to follow your inner feelings. A big pat on your husband’s back for encouraging you. I love your style – not formal and a bit of whimsy. I like the idea of documenting everyday life with your paintings. Thank you for sharing your story!
For our prompt of “Berries” today, my mind drifted to a fruit tart. So, we have a blueberry one. This prompt is always a fun one because most of the things we call berries aren’t true berries at all. So, while
Fabulous tart!!! Looks good enough to eat lol. 🙂 I am super excited about all the stuff Disney is doing like the remakes I cannot wait to see Lady and the Tramp and the new Frozen!!!! excitement bubbles!!! lol 🙂
Oh wow, the tart looks awesome, Charlie! All that sugar dusted on top! Your post is making me want to have some nice desserts. But it’s just a.m. here and I better go and make smoothies for our breakfast!
I’m probably one of the few of my generation that doesn’t have fond memories of Disney movies. My father pretty much controlled the TV and movies we saw, and he didn’t care for them, so my childhood was virtually Disney-free. I’ve watched a few since, of course, but I think you need to bond with them while young to really get the full impact.
Yeah, my dad actually controlled the remote as well. hehe 😉 But there was a Parks and Recreation program on the weekends that showed Disney movies. It was the only way I could see them outside of the theatre!
hehe! I thought about that! I love Sweet Tarts are well! Yeah, I think chalky and new sweet is the new normal. Thankfully there’s a few vintage remakes of the good stuff! And now I just wished I lived next door to you!! 😃💕 hehe! yay!! You’d be welcome over any time, with or without baked goods! hehe
Charlie that looks like a perfect treat! I occasionally treat myself to something similar from the bakery. One of the nice things about being retired is to be able to enjoy treats like that, now and then, when I run errands in the middle of the day.
I was expecting a package of “Sweet Tarts”. Lol! This is so much better! The first year they had the Frozen show at DL, is was so magical. Parts were digitalized. One of my favorite parts was the water lapping up on the stage. It looked real. It is still a beautiful show, just a little watered down now. It won’t stop me from seeing again, if time allows. There’s a lot of Christmas shows going on right now. 🙂
Yay! I KNEW you’d be a Disney fan, Margaret! No wonder we get on so well! 😃💕hehe… yeah, it’s true… I look for that glint in the eye when I meet people. It’s very easy to spot. No words necessary… just friends for life!
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