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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Under Ground


The theme over at Creative Tuesdays this week is Under Ground or Under Water. 
Poor Mr. Worm!  hahaha.  But little bird looks determined...and hungry!

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    1. haha...she's gotta eat, right? :)

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  2. aw, I love it! so cute! But I imagine the worm has a decidedly different opinion!! haha

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    1. he looks a little irritated, doesn't he? hahaha

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  3. I think the worm better wrap himself around that dandelion root.

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    1. Oh, that is SO funny! hahaha...I wish I had drawn it that way now! :)

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  4. whats nice Betsy, lovely bird of course!!

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    1. she's hungry for worms! ha.

      How was your day?

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    2. so busy Im exausted and you with uour cookies?

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    3. yes...long day with the cookies! ha. I'm exhausted, too. Do you ever get a muscle cramp in your back when decorating with frosting? I always do! Awful!

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    4. yes decorate is terrible. special for Christmas was terrible:(

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    5. I know...not my favorite part. I hope they will look nice, though. I've never done 300 cookies before...that is a lot. Wish you were here to help me! haha. Can you fly up here tonight? lol.

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    6. oh dear if I could sure!
      I know is a lot of work in the past I havr to make
      100 to 200 empanadas
      200 little sandwichs
      but never 300 cookies in one order!!

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    7. I think I better get to bed early tonight so I can finish tomorrow! ha.

      empanadas sound yummy even right now! :)

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    8. Yes you need rest, also I work better in the morning, todays was a mess dsy:(

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  5. hey a birds got to eat you know...smiles...yeah i think mr worm is in trouble...ha...cute pic though betsy...

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    1. ype...I think so, too...but he's not going down without a fight. lol...

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  6. HaHaHa...Oh I love that worm's expression!! I love the "view" above ground and below it!! Wonder how long this tug*a*war will last!! This is so cute Betsy!

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    1. haha...well, it has to last until June 5th, right? Poor little guy will just have to hold on or wrap around the dandelion root like Magpie said! hahaha.

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  7. Cute, cute, cute! I love the stories that your drawings tell. That little bird reminds me of a certain little determined toddler that I happen to know...

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    1. haha...oh, but she is much cuter! :)

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    1. thanks, michelle! How's summer vacation so far? :)

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    1. I like the worm better than the bird! ha.

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  10. Actually...I think the worm has a bit of a radish face!!!!!
    Very cute drawing....where so you come up with this stuff???
    You are hilarious....

    Cheers
    Linda :o)

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    1. it's all in my head...kinda scary, huh!

      a radish face...yes, I see it! lol! Oh, now I'm giggling...that is SO funny!

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  11. I love it! The worm can know that in my yard worms get put in the compost bin where they can live a long happy life.

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    1. haha..that's like worm heaven! :)

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  12. This is so cute Betsy, makes you think about all the stuff that grows underground!

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    1. thanks Christine! Can't wait to see what you did!

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  13. Love the artwork! Very creative, but, I like the bird should be underground with the worm pulling at it instead! hahahaha

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    1. Rooting for the worm? haha. You know, when I was a little girl, I carried worms around like they were my pets! ha.

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    2. LOL Really? Worms are very cute!!!

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  14. Awwww! Poor worm! LOL!!! What a fun drawing! Yay! take care
    x

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    1. He doesn't look happy at all, does he! ha.

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  15. Very sad indeed
    For the poor worm at your feed
    As the bird goes right to town
    Making it frown
    Creative as ever though
    Here at your show

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  16. Okay Betsy! I am laughing at the worms face! SOOOOO funny!!!!
    Adorable drawing!

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    1. I know! I cracked up myself when I drew him! lol!

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  17. You are so creative. This is such a cute drawing!

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  18. Very cute, indeed. I love the look on the worm's face. :-)

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    1. me, too...that's my favorite part! haha.

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  19. oh, cute interpretation! I was thinking you might do underground for some reason. Well done! TY!~

    In answer to your comment about "10 days", being that i won;t get to it until after grad.....

    Well, of course, Betsy, the graduation is on Saturday and that leaves me only two days -- Sunday and Monday --efore the following tuesday, May29th, so June 5th works better. I don;t want to rush this and have only just begun drawing it out.

    No worries already posting it. The link will still show up on Tuesday, for anyone that has not visited prior to then. TY for your contribution!

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    1. yes, saw this on your blog. Was only teasing, of course...didn't realize you were going to spend more than two days on it! :)

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    1. thanks, Larry...it was meant to bring some laughter, so I think I've accomplished that goal! haha.

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  21. Aww, such a cute picture!
    ~Aidyl

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  22. I was right about the worm's face....

    Cheers
    Linda :o)

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  23. Excellent! I pulled out a dandelion the other day and I think the roots were over 3 feet. If only my tomato plant would grow like that.

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    1. the roots always break before I get the whole thing out! Wow..that is very long!

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  24. That's a great drawing Betsy. It's funny, I was just trying to take a picture of this little bird snagging a worm from the grass today, but was not the quickest camera in the east so I just got the bird after he hopped onto the driveway…but here I have that scene:) Thanks

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    1. Now that is a shot that I have not captured with my camera, but it would be fun to try! I love seeing Robins with their heads cocked, listening for worms! let me know if you ever get that shot!

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  25. You really made my day. Thanks for sharing a piece of your life. You've got an amazing blog. More power to you:-)

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  26. I really love this picture.
    :0)

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  27. Such a lovely picture Betsy, and also a fabulous take on underground. I love the character you have caught in this little bird, desperately wanting his dinner. Wonderful!

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    1. thank you, linda. I laugh every time I look at that worm, though. hahaha.

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  28. wonderful! I'm always impress by your work and your creativeiness.

    hope you have a sweet day.

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    1. why, thanks, lissa...I was happy to see you joined in this time, too!

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  29. Linda's comment makes me chuckle. Little dinner indeed. :) Again, great job, Betsy. Glad people are looking at it.

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  30. Yes! that's one happy worm, - i do love your creativity and your intertwining of the bird in all themese...so very clever! I like the root, too!
    good stuff - enjoy your week, xx

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  31. oh this is absolutely adorable - what a perfect dandelion, its architecture so fine - I wonder if you consult real life? not to mention the bird of course which as always is delightful - I have to get out ther and nature sketch more

    glad you love the beatles too :D

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