:)))i can feel the strain, almost...hi, rachel!n♥
and you accept her invitation, dear Rachel :)beautiful drawing. Has been Greta your model?I wish I could see you and your kiddos (while Z. is working) in your surroundings... maybe in a short video?Lovexo Ariane
Ah, and I set you to the list for the dc this weekend :-))Looking forward to your theme!
sweetie!love the drawingsweet childhood memories ;^))andi am looking forward to your theme!!xx
She knows what she's doing. Standing upside down. She know's it and wants to show it. Sounds like a song..
love this drawing! and remember being able to do that when I was younger...ah the memories- lovely post on this theme :)
This is lovely! I was just thinking that it's been a couple of years since I did a handstand or a cartwheel. Makes me want to rush out on the lawn right now. Love the skirt and the stripy undies. Makes me smile to think of the freedom of spirit you've portrayed.
Rachel, Your wonderful drawing brings back a host of happy memories for me of summer play on grassy suburban lawns, back flips, hand-stands and somersaults!-sus
Hi, this drawing evokes childhood memories and a time were being upside down a good thing.xo barbara bee
such a wonderful upside down drawing
Ha, that's supercute! I love that, especially those striped pants, hihi... ;-) I could never do that, by the way, not even in my childhood! Pudding arms, like we say in German... :-D
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