Pure joy! Brings to mind a most wonderful story of a pilot who suffered head and neck cancer and when recovering from the horrendous surgery, his veterinary friend insisted that he care for a baby flying squirrel he had rescued. Extremely reluctant at first, the pilot soon became greatly engaged in teaching the little squirrel to fly. The entire experience was what saved the pilot and gave him back his will to live. The story ended with the tiny squirrel falling into his almost empty coffee mug he was holding. It is a true story. Wow. long winded.Love, Deb
Hi Shirley! Not only did Francois and Felicienne bring a smile to my face, I had to giggle at the crafty aliteration (including the fettuccine!) hee hee! You've masterfully projected movement in this illustration. I feel like they're high on a tight rope! :)
Ils sont tellement adorables ces petits écureuils français ?! ils reviennent alors tout juste d'Italie en emportant avec eux ces fettucines !...Excellents dessin.Gros bisous à vous.
This series brings a smile to my face each posting. Thank you for sharing
lol, you're doing great, I'm smiling every time I see one of these.
Sweet :)In Poland we call them "polatucha" (a little polish before supper ;) )
Qu'ils sont beaux !C'est toujours un plaisir de découvrir vos réalisationsBon week endmjp
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