Daily life of a Country Artist
Bonjour chère amie,La première fois que j'ai aperçu un petit cardinal c'était en janvier lorsque je me trouvais à L'Île Maurice... J'aime beaucoup ces petits oiseaux que je nourrissais sur la terrasse et que j'ai peint aussi dans une de mes toiles.Ce distributeur de savon est génial et il apporte une belle touche de bonne humeur très certainement à chacun ! Son esquisse est délicieuse.Merci pour le partage de ces photos adorables.Gros bisous ❄︎ ♡ ❄︎
Debbie, I just love your sketches! So nice to see little Chippy and Mr. Cardinal, too!
I am indeed smiling, dear Debbie :) Chippy is quite cute and the Cardinal is simply beautiful! My precious Grandma Betty loved Cardinals and I always think of her when I see them.Hugs to you!
I am smiling looking at these photos and your sketch of your soap dispenser. I hope your day today was great and that you will continue to smile tomorrow.
Lovely! Do you have special bushes that attract cardinals? I don't seem to get any in my yard but lots of folks in the area post them all the time on Facebook. I'm really jealous............:(
Lovely post, who could not smile seeing your adorable Mr snowman. Iwish we had those beuatiful Cardinal birds in our garden. and the little furry chappie stocking up his food store for the cold winter to come.
No wonder you are smiling - I wish we had cardinals here such beautiful birds - chipmunks look very similar to squirrels don't they - and as for your soap dispenser what a cheerful chappy. Enjoy the rest of the week and keep smiling.
Hi Debbie, Happy, Happy holiday season to you....
YOU make me smile, Debbie. Thank you for that. Love the snowman soap dispenser painting! Spot on holiday inspiration!
There is always something to see and be happy about! Cute chipmunk too. We don't see a lot of them unless we get up to a little higher elevation. They probably dislike the intense heat:)
Your sketches make me smile! :)This is a snow day for so many that it only feels right to sit by a snowy window and paint.
Holiday countdown ... lookin' good!
I love your soap dispenser Debbie - your sketch is great! I smiled all the way through your blog - squirrels and cardinals are both delightful and exotic to my eyes!
So jealous that you have chipmunks! I love them, and I don't think there are any in Florida. We do have an abundance of cardinals, and I love them, too, so I am smiling about that!
I smile when I look at your photos. I could watch these little critters for hours. What a great idea to sketch your little snowman soap dispenser! It's good to take advantage of the seasonal things we put out this time of year. He's wonderful!
Oh Debbie, your sketch of the soap dispenser gave me a big smile! Thank you for sharing these sweet images.fondly,Penny
We don't have chipmunks here. So cute.
I love your sketch, he's so festive and the chipmunk at the feeder is so cute, every once in awhile i get to catch a glimpse of a chipmunk, they're so fast, and cardinals in winter trees are perfect i love the photo you took of him.Happy Holidays :)
Wonderful photos, Debbie..... Love Mr. Cardinal...!!!
Lovely pictures Debbie! I like your soap dispenser too. I guess it's a little something you bring out every year during the Holidays. So cute! Take care, xxj
Your blog always brings a smile Debbie, hope you are enjoying this beautiful time of year! A big hug!
They makes me smile too , nice way to start the day :-)) Your sketch is great :-) Hugs.
Yes, I'm smiling Debbie.. Every time I come here my heart smiles too...thank you, BJ
Lovely to meet some of your friends :) Have a lovely weekend xx
Thanks for the smiles, Debbie--your sketch is delightful. I also loved your previous post with your impressive photos of the moon.
You made me smile too!
Thanks for the chuckle! Have a wonderful week!
Hola Debbie: Hermosa acuarela alusiva de esa zona donde el invierno esta reinando justo para Navidad, aqui en el fin del mundo, con calor. Un abrazo!!!
Cute snowman art. I love the sweet critters, too!
LOVE Mr. Chippy and Mr. Cardinal! so sweet :)
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