an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
. . . or avoid glass when it's a large pane.
DCW,You're so right; sometimes what one sees in the mirror can be a real pain in the glass.
This is one tradition that will never go out with the old. We women fretting about our weight after the holidays! I feel a sisterly kinship with Inez here. I do like her stance! It's as if to say, now why does that window pane have to intrude with such judgement on me!
Stickup,I wish it was only after the holidays that this woman (moi) frets about her weight; but fretting and doing something about it are two different activities. I think you're right about Inez--her stance says it all. That window may provide her with more than one type shattering experience.
one of the reasons i avoid looking at my reflection in shop windows, sugar! i'm much slimmer in my mind! ;~D xoxoxo
savannah,very nice to see your slim self here! I'm much younger in my mind than the face that looks back at me in the mirror.
I supppose this means there will be an immediate stop to mum's knitting of her poncho!wv: materes (Mother Theresa's email name)
carmenooch,I think it likely means she'll give it to you, me, or Diane.
Like Miss Piggy says, "It's por moi". If you've got it -- flaunt it.
Shirl,And I'm sure you'll look mahvellous!
That drawing is absolutely brilliant.
tattytiara,Thanks! It's from a scribble that I make with my eyes closed, you know...and then I embellish it. Honest! It refers to no real person, living or dead, to the best of my knowledge, and is a work of fiction. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!