Nothing like a hot dog cooked on a pointed stick widdled from a branch! Ahhhh, the memories. Yes these days, I rather sleep up off the ground. Lol Remove the mustard and that hot dog looks good enough to eat, even at 5:00a.m.!
I remember when my son was young, we used to go camping where out in the middle of nowhere. We would spend the evenings looking up at the stars. It was always an extra bonus to see a shooting star. I don’t know about your puppy looking at stars, he looks like he is waiting patiently for a treat! Lol
Always mysterious to me! No doubt there is a video out in Googleland that takes the mystery out of it. That is the sad part of the internet, it takes away the use of our imaginations. I won’t Google it, I’ll continue thinking someone with timy hands, tweezers and good eyes built it. Bahawaha! It is quite lovely. 15 minutes? Really? Wow! I…[Read more]
Your melon looks so cool and refreshing! July? It can’t be. That is when I hopped on board this journey. I don’t have neat organzied sketchbooks of my years, but that is me. I have various sizes and shapes. Lately I have been using homemade travel journals. I can take them our and file them flat. I’m involved in a few sketch groups so I have…[Read more]
Remember them well. Sittling on the porch in Wisc watching them buzz around. I do miss them out here. Your jar is a great depiction of how they look when they are gathered. I chose to sketch a cartoony big one. It was interesting to do because I had no idea what one would look like close up and feeling to lazy to google it. 🙂
Lol, these days I judge movies by whether or not I drifted off during it. I have a hard time sitting still at the theater. At home, i am usually listening more than watching. I like your take on this prompt!
Odd ducks flock together! You inspire and teach me something every day! I enjoy your artwork and ramblings. I feel at home here. I just wish I had more time to give feedback on all the wonderful works that are posted here. Along with thanking everyone every time they comment on my work. We all need to give and receive positive feedback! Your…[Read more]
Wow! He’s cool! Never thought about the color of lobsters. I’m not a fan of the taste. :O I also never like the idea of dropping them into hot water either. I painted my lobster red, but that makes my sketch more acurate. He was sizzling in a beach chair. LOLOLoloLOL! If you haven’t seen him, go look for a good laugh!
You were very lucky to have such nurturing parents. Kudos to you for recognizing it too. Your glass and straw……are so perfect. I need to get going on my prompts. Just realized we are into day 4, and I haven’t done one Yikes! I’ve sketched, but not for DW.
Beautiful shell. I’ve always wanted find one on the beach, but of course we don’t have that kind here. I am not a hot weather girl, so I don’t see it in my future. I’ll just imagine it using your beautiful sketch. I am longing to go home. Well not my home home, but what I call my second home, Disneyland. I normally go twice a year, but the…[Read more]
I don’t remember my first 8 track, but I was a teenager with a car at the tail end of them. Music plays such a role in our memories. Lately my husband and I have been listening to the ’70’s music channel on Fridays instead of watching tv. It’s fun when some memory pops out of my head! Thank you for taking me back to my early years with these…[Read more]
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