Monday, 13 August 2012


With perspective...

With hands, and a pigeon that was bigger than a hen, when I first drew it.

And how to fill this big piece of paper, with pigeons flying, roosting, and whatever else they do...

Also struggling is my grandson who is a-l-m-o-s-t 4.  So as a bit of 'light' relief for me I did what I used to do for my daughters, when traumas loomed, new sibling, etc.  I wrote a book.

A bit of fun, can't beat it, eases the struggle.  And if you can laugh at yourself, you have just stopped struggling.


BadPenny said...

I LOVE your book. My mother did things just like that when the children were small. She wrote a letter for my niece to take in to her teacher all about her new baby sister. The teacher came out to the playground & thanked mum & guessed she'd been a teacher too !

Fish Spas Jill are trendy new parlours where you put your feet in tanks full of wee fishies who nibble your toes & remove all the dead skin !!! Jess & I tried to go to one in Brighton but both had Verukas so couldn't !

Mum said...

And they all lived happily ever after. Lovely story book.
Love from Mum

Auntie Em said...

Perfect little book! You covered all the questions that children sometimes have about things that we take for granted. He will be well prepared thanks to his grandma.

Gigi said...

What a good artist you are! I've been painting a wee tiny bit & trying to convince myself it's fun ;).
And such a good granny! I must remember your book writing idea for my littles.

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

What a wonderful gift to a grandson, love it. Bet he does too :D

Lynn said...

Love the book :)

Anonymous said...

That is a fantastic book. Lucky grandson!

As for your struggles with perspective, do struggle on because it looks really good to me.