Thursday, 2 June 2011

Changes

Like many grandparents, I live in hope, that as my grandchildren develop, the changes will be for the good.

I feel reassured by these 'before and after' images, drawn by Speckly Woo this afternoon. I have it on good authority, from the artist herself, that she will only ever be changing from...

a little girl,


to a fairy...on occasion, and when the mood takes her.

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  1. I love how the fairy is much taller and wears high heels.

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  2. Simply lovely! Yes, I can say I have always been a fan of Speckly Woo! And with good reason.

    Nevine

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  3. oh how sweet, funny that the fairy has much shorter hair though!

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  4. these drawings must give you much comfort in the future

    are there any vacancies for grandchildren in your household?

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  5. isn't the fairy the first one, with wings?

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  6. I love these drawings! Speckly Woo is very fortunate to have a grandfather who appreciates her as you do. I think she's right in the sense that as she grows up, she will always be herself, including at times a little girl and also a fairy.

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  7. Fabulous. That made me smile! Keep those drawings for ever. (Oh, you will! You've posted them online, and I hear that nothing ever disappears once you've done that ... alarming, but true.)

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  8. I stopped by to congratulate you for your Honorable Mention in last week's Limerick-Off: Limerick of the Week 12.

    Nice job!

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  9. Tess - Her vision of the future, perhaps.

    Katherine - Thanks.

    Nevine - She certainly knows how to win fans over.

    Crafty Green Poet - Some kind of make-over in mind, no doubt.

    Isabel - We treasure them. And, sorry, it's already a 'full house'.

    Kristin - Who can argue with a four year old?

    Christine - She has a frighteningly clear view of the world, just now.

    Fran - Well, we have the originals safely stored. Of course, things may never disappear online, but they often end up where they can't be found.

    MBK - Thank you. I feel honoured.

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