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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: A Peaceful Day To You!

by me, age 11.5 (1978)


  1. Very calm, very beautiful drawing Robyn! It's great that you still kept this, too. Thank you for sharing

    Hope you're well

  2. I like the way you put the age of yourself at half way between 11 and 12 so I can't really fault you for being to young or too old. But this is not bad at all. You are trying to show the shadows and that is an advanced skill. God, I am such a teacher sometimes. Always comes out when I am evaluating something. (a solid B)

  3. I'm impressed that you could see the beauty of a quiet day at age 11.5.

  4. A day without words! I don't think I can...

  5. This is beautiful. My art is not even close to this. I drew Superman the other day. It turned out to be a Monkey wearing a red Cape!

  6. That is gorgeous! I am a new follower and a fellow MOT!

  7. This is a strikingly mature drawing for an 11.5-year-old person. That, and the appreciation of the beauty in a quiet day...

  8. Wow that sucks. Not the picture, that's rather fantastic. It sucks that at 11.5 years old you were a better artist then I am at 27.

  9. Great drawing, Robyn! Thanks for sharing it.

  10. You were quite the little artist at the tender age of just 11!!! Can you still draw? Seriously - I think it's great!

  11. ssshhhh, be vewy quiet!

    You have a talent there, Robyn (one of many, I'm sure).

    1978 was perhaps my most exciting year.

  12. Excellent job, Robyn! My, but you do have talented fingers and a very imaginative mind.

    Remind me again, why are you single?

  13. That is a FANTASTIC drawing!

  14. CSW/Val, thank you, my friend. I'm glad I held onto a few things from decades ago.xo

    Cal, I'm reworking it now. A B (a solid one, no less) won't do. You're rather harsh. Sending my revisions in. :-)

    Ms.A, thanks! But I only got a B from Cal. xo

    GB, thanks. You should see what I could do at 11.6. {-:

    Ca88, it really is like imagining perfection. Isn't it? xo

    Mr.S., there's nothing wrong with a monkey wearing a cape. Well, not unless he's tearing up my place and eating all my chocolate. Thanks. :-b

    Ninja, thank you. I'm so glad you found me, so I could find you and your hysterical blog too! xo

    Margaret, thanks so much. You're sweet. (-:

  15. TS, don't be so harsh on yourself. My skills have regressed. I was much worse at 27 myself. Right now, I'm back to stick figures with crooked lines. xo

    Thanks John. Be well. ;-D

    CalGal, thank you! xo

    Marlene, no. I'm afraid I can't. [-;

    Blase, would that be the year you had your first (reading) experience? xo

    TIS, thanks hon. Love to you. :-b

    Tgo, thanks. See every BDFH post I've done for explanation. I take no person accountability for my marital status or lack thereof. xo

    Ian, thanks. So glad to see you here too. Whenever you need a Jewish bud, I'm here. :-)

    Chocolate kisses and quiet days to all (It's a nice thought. Isn't it?),

  16. nice sketch. i wish i could do something like this. have a good day