Draw.Stamp.Print. Duck Duck Goose!

Draw.Stamp.Print  Duck Duck Goose!

Duck Duck Goose!

The other day I decided to draw ducks.

I thought drawing ducks would be good for me – character building.  So I tried. Quite a few times actually. Everytime it ended up looking like a goose. A short stubby goose.

After a while my goose was truly cooked, so I settled on eating cake instead. While munching away on a lovely slice of heaven it occurred to me that perhaps ‘Goose’ was trying to tell me something. 

I went straight to Steven.D.Farmer, or rather his book Animal Spirit Guide and looked Goose up.  ***

and this is what it had to say:

” This is a time of good fortune, so be receptive to and appreciative of all the good things that come your way…Reread some of your favourite fairty tales and legends and see what new meanings you can get from them now you are an adult.”

Go Goose!

Who doesn’t want a free pass to be a big kid?

I reread Snow White that evening. I still can’t draw ducks.

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*** Before you dismiss me as a hippy nutter just know that I am an ‘executive hippy’. That means that my hippy is responsibly stashed away under the stairs between the hours of 9-5pm. You are all safe.

3 Comments on Draw.Stamp.Print. Duck Duck Goose!

  1. Hamish Doodle
    June 13, 2014 at 4:48 pm (8 months ago)

    Have you ever been on this blog? I think you might like her style. I love your drawings by the way and the stamps are fab, goose or duck, whatever. Still lovely.

    Reply
  2. Sewing Daisies
    June 19, 2014 at 9:02 am (7 months ago)

    Thank you!
    re: blog
    I just bought her book – how amazing is her work?!

    Reply

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