an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
True again ;)I keep the quote!Have a nice day
Ötli,It's definitely a good one to live by, and will probably aid in having a nice day any day!
What have you, Angela, deserv'd at the hands ofFortune, that she sends you to table hither?
Oh yes, how true! ...except...when that t h i n g is in your mouth!
Well...... that depends on how we define good and bad!!!
DCW,I am unfamiliar with the quote but duly impressed with its appropriateness. It goes down well.
Bonnie,I agree, that would definitely be a feat of mind over matter!
Forest DreamBut that's the trick, isn't it--to not define the incident, or anything, as either good or bad!
Hamlet:What have you, my good friends, deserv'd at the hands ofFortune, that she sends you to prison hither?Guildenstern:Prison, my lord?Hamlet:Denmark's a prison.Rosencrantz:Then is the world one.Hamlet:A goodly one, in which there are many confines, wards, anddungeons, Denmark being one o' th' worst.Rosencrantz:We think not so, my lord.Hamlet:Why then 'tis none to you; for there is nothing either good orbad, but thinking makes it so. To me it is a prison.
DCW,What--did someone give you a book of Shakespearean quotes recently??? My humble blog is not worthy.:-)
Never mind Shakespeare,To quote Doris Day...Que sera, sera.
carmenooch,In other words, "It is what it is"???
Yeah, that's it!
Love the delicate grey-green of the character's face!!Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog, Lynne.
A drawing cute and fun!
Deborah,I think it's called "Queasy Green" in the watercolour pan.
Leovi,Thanks, but I think Angela might not think it's that much fun.;-)