• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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08 February 2007

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oh i would love to see you belly dancing!!!!!!!
But your drawings will do for now!!!

crap. the magic hour is gone. the wine has worn off. but, i'm so laughing my ass off. i promise, i'll be rude and inappropriate next time.

That one is freaking great. Good call on putting that on the old sharing board we call blog.

even the shadows are amazing!

Aw, come on! Belly dancing is fun!! But much harder to photograph. And have I mentioned that you have a lovely singing voice? ;)
Cheers!

Steph -
Great drawings, but are you getting paid for this...
(From the grave, your Aunt Myrl...now get back to work!)

Beautiful Steph!!! Hey girl, are you getting paid for this? He he, Grandma would TOTALLY be saying this. Good call Suzy.

madame monet.

If you're in a flowery mood, are you going to the NW Flower and Garden Show? It's next week! I have been going for 13 years now, since we moved here - one of my favorite days all year!! And if you live near Northgate, take the shuttle express there - it's painless!

WHAT?? I love your drawing, it is incredible. What did you mean saying you could not draw???

WHAT?? I love your drawing, it is incredible. What did you mean saying you could not draw???

Lovely! Your drawings are beautiful..

Aaaah. I can almost smell it. I am truly hankering for spring now. I held out as long as I could. And, by the way, pointy. Ow.

I have been known to post the occasionaly belly dance class picture and drawings. Nothing wrong with a little diversion.

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