an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
Perhaps she can star in her own sequel. Give the older sibling a kid and she can be Aunty Dote.You could even recycle the teddys. Bear with me on this.
A warm and fuzzy, unbearably sweet spin-off provides a tried-and-true remedy for what ails aging sit-coms. Excellent idea, DCW!
It's me!Ha ha but I was never a starDarn I knew I should never have cut my hair Have a great weekend ciao Julie
Oh but, Julie, you are indeed a star in the firmament of the Blogosphere!
oh my, the future... i just decided it´s never too late for a happy childhood;)
What a wonderful attitude! Besides, it's said that when we get old, we enter our second childhood. Why not have three or four along the way?
Delightful as always! I also really like Johanna's comment/interpretation based on the drawing. I have to remember this...
Delighted that you're delighted! I must admit that my own inner child is pretty much alive and well, but could certainly do a bit more kickin'!
Another wonderful painting, I love your fine humour!Wish you a nice sunny week,hugs Anja
Thanks, Anja. Glad that you share my sense of humour! Looks like your wish for me to have a sunny week is about to come true. Yay!
I like the drawing and the maxim... and now, I'm going to think about my future ;)))
We are only as old (young) as we feel!
If she can't play a little sister role much longer, maybe she could morph into a different big sister role ? I'm sure you could dream up some perfect lines for her in that new capacity ? :-)
Yes, plenty of experience in that role--I could definitely be a script-writer for that part. Maybe we need to incorporate a pesky little brother into the scenario? Any ideas???