For our prompt of “Candy,” I chose the kind of candy I remember having during the holiday season when I was a kid. In truth, I didn’t particularly adore the candy inside as much as the shiny wrapped exterior that
Wonderful story about your mom and the Paddington Bear. Lots of love between mother and son, as it should be. My son is 30, but he’ll always be my “Little Guy,” and I’ll always delight in making him happy.
Thanks, Lisa Ann! That was exactly where this memory came from. My grandma always had a dish of hard candy out for Christmas only the kids weren’t usually allowed to have any. She did buy all of her grandkids and great grandkids Lifesaver candies packaged in a holiday box for Christmas though. Still love lifesavers!
This brings back so many memories. We used to have dishes full of candy like this at Christmas as did my grandparents. We used to always run to check them out at every house to see if any of our favorites were left.
Today is the last day of visiting with the family and it’s been a wonderful trip indeed. For our prompt of “Walrus” today, I sketched this big little guy here. I’ve no idea if a walrus is the best illustration for
One of these days, the scientists will get around to inventing the transporter beam and we’ll be able to visit family as often as we want no matter how far away. Of course, then we’ll probably put it off, knowing we can do it anytime, and we’ll actually see less of each other!
He’s a wonderful walrus! Safe travels. We are into planning our Xmas for Joe and me and the cats. Joe ran in the store while I was at an appointment and shrimp was on sale, so that’s what’s for dinner on Xmas eve. I’m glad because it’s easy and since I’ve been not eating much these days, it seems light enough to appeal.
For our prompt of “Birds” today, I decided to sketch these three French hens. The song Twelve Days of Christmas was playing at my mother’s house and so the phrase stuck in my head. These are actually a special
It took me a little while to get through this ramble, but that’s because I had to leave midway and go out to Amazon to order those mini- Rock’em Sock’em robots for hubby’s Christmas stocking. See what you get me into to? I love your hens – I can see them strutting around the barnyard, gossiping “Cotcotcodet”!
I love these ladies! I have a thing for chickens. Joe won’t let me have any though. He’s pretty sure that he would end up taking care of them in bad weather when I didn’t want to go outside. He has a point. Lol!
Alrighty, now I will have dancing chickens in my head, being directed by a rather large elf! (or is it “Elf”) Everything is so sounding so fun! I wonder what my mother in law would think if I started drawing on her table cloth. Bahawahaha!
Haha wow, what a crew! They have attitude, which hens most definitely do! My mother used to knit hen jumpers for a rescue centre so I can quite believe the garb, too. Oh, and dishelleveled vacation look all the way – rock a Christmas beard 😉
hehe! Thanks, Jacob! 😃💕 Oh wow! Cool they your mom made hen jumpers! As for the Christmas beard… it’s a bit too Christmas these days and grows in too white. Not white enough to be Santa, so it’s just a big mess really. lol
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