How I wish I could sketch like that
You are too kind.
If you saw the face I was trying to sketch you might have a different comment but I thank you just the same. 🙂
The world brims over with synchronicities. In preparing for an upcoming move, I took down a piece of artwork from a wall and reflected how this was a little sketch by one of my children some years ago that I fished out of the garbage. I’m becoming convinced that art, like poetry, continues to live by those who conceive, midwife, raise, love and cherish it.
Yes! -About art that is
I hope that the move is a good thing for you.
I have only lived in 5 places my whole life. All of them in a 50 mile radius of where I was born.
I have no plans to leave my current abode ,alive anyway.
I know moving can be stressful and it seems that adding holidays to it could multiply that.
I hope and pray the best for you.
Thank you Where. I said I was never moving again in 1999. I thought of what I vowed when I moved from there ten years later, marking the longest stretch I’ve ever lived in one place.
While I reflect on those who have roots, I wonder if that’s one of the lessons I’m here to learn this time ’round. If so, I’d better hurry up and stay put somewhere.
I have lived where I am now the longest.
My mom made it simple for me.
She gave me the land but I promised not to sell it.
So poor=®oots 🙂
I don’t want to move anyway.
Hero . . .you drew this? It’s great! I wish I could draw . . .but I can’t! Thanks for sharing!
This morning for some reason I Googled “face of a millionaire ” and sketched the face of the first picture that came up.
I am glad for you to like it. 🙂
The likeness is remarkable. Interesting that North Face is one of his companies. Strange, I dreamt about caymans yesterday – I called them alligators – so learned something new!
My little dog has a Cayman like snout
You’re lookin’ GOOD, Hero! And you’re over the hump–the weekend’s in sight!
Ha ha! !!
With comments like that I may need to put on my ” millionaire face” by Saturday!
I usually work on Saturday with my down trodden buddy Phil but I try to make it fun.
My friend Jeff always jokes how I am making all that overtime which is hilarious or just plain stupid since I am self-employed.
Changing the subject I see you left a comment at my daughter’s site.
Jacsprat is my daughter :).
What a gifted poetess. Does she read you, too?
Yes ,but we just use the like button 🙂
I am very proud of her.
Wow, you have a poetess daughter–way cool!
Mrs Hero and I enjoyed your comment about your saintly professor at Jacsprat’s
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