Our prompt of “Pomegranate” today is perhaps one of the most special prompts of this art challenge. November is officially Pomegranate Month! Although, nobody seems to know why or how this month became a
Your pomegranates look so luscious and juicy, they’d be worth all the effort. Hubby and I came down with the cold that my brother brought home from England (now that was a gift I could have done without, lol), so we slept much and drank lots of tea and honey this weekend. At least the cold waited until after the music festival. Speaking of that music festival, are either you or Philippe into Celtic music via French Quebec? I’ve been trying to find the translation for this song that is about a woman who is 8 ft tall, very large and very unhappy. https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=vishten
Thanks, Sandra! 😃💕 And hope you feel better soon! Actually, we’ve never listened to Celtic French music, though my family often listens to Celtic music. I tried to play it for Philippe, but he was too distracted with his antique show to be helpful. 😊hehe
Love your thoughts so much, Charlie 🥰. I believe you’ve made everyone feel happy everyday. Indeed, I’ve still remember your pomegranate you used to sketch, it’s beautiful so that I wanted to crave it. So I just painted a pomegranate being on its branch to force my mind forgetting your sketch for a while hehe.
Pomegranates are so pretty, and I want to love them, but the seeds make me crazy. My fall and winter fruits are citrus. When I was little and going to Sunday school we had to learn a piece and recite it in front of the congregation. Afterward we trooped to the basement and every kid got a paper bag with candy, peanuts, and a single orange. Maybe that is what has lead to my love affair with winter citrus, lasting to this day.
Beautiful pommie!! 🙂 Interestingly enough I was the patient kiddo who would put all the pomegranate fruits in a bowl and when it was all done after some time lol i would feast. I do not eat them as much as I did but then their is the juice!!! Which I love!! 🙂
For our prompt of “Panda” today, I decided to sketch a giant panda relaxing and doing nothing much at all. This is how I’ve decided to spend my weekend, so it seemed quit fitting. Actually, in order to get enough
Oh! Your panda just makes me go ‘Oh!’ Let me know if you ever get together with your fellow actors to do L’il Abner again, ’cause I hope I can make it to the show. I never saw the musical version, but I loved the comic strip. Were there shmoon? I think it would be cool to hear shmoon singing (and shmoon is an accepted plural form of shmoo for today’s trivia answer).
Thanks so much, Sandra! 😃💕Oh wow! That’s so awesome you knew that comic! hehe… I actually don’t know if a shmoon made the musical. In truth, I can’t remember much of the specifics of the show. So if there was a reunion. I’d have a lot of rehearsing to do! hehe 😊
That’s one happy panda, taking a break from chewing! I enjoyed the reference to Li’l Abner, one of my favorite cartoon strips along with Gasoline Alley. And that’s the great thing about memory, how we can relive events in the way we want, not how it actually happened! Not sure if I would want to go back and repeat those days but it works in one’s mind!
I wouldn’t go back to high school! Too much drama, and not your kind of drama. College maybe. Or the few years when I lived alone in the northern town of Rhinelander. That’s when I took up biking and had my first “good” job. Living in a northern climate suited me. As did living alone on a small lake, and within an easy drive to Lake Superior. It was so beautiful up there.
Aww thanks so much! 😃💕 Actually, I now have to search my own site to make sure I’m not using the same title for a post. hehe… so I end up seeing a previous version of something I’ve sketched. And it’s truly nice to see some progress there, yes!
Thanks so much, Sarah! 😃💕Well said! I feel the same! Our memories have errors, put there on purpose. They make things shinier and better than they actually were. I’d really hate to dull that shine by actually going back!
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