Posted by Doodlemum
Sometimes you just know when it’s time to go home.
Posted on February 2, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged Children, Doodlemum, Drawing, Family, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
A picture says 100 words!
This is wonderful, I love your style!
Ah, cold chips. Also known in Glasgow as a side salad.
Hahaha! If you cook them right, you can get all your “5 a day ” from spuds- chips, roast, mashed, jackets and, as you’ve pointed out, cold chips as salad!
Lol, it’s veg mind you!
Where’s your flask of cocoa?! What is it with us Brits? We only need five minutes break from snow/ torrential rain/ howling gales, and there we are, having picnics….just as the snow/ torrential rain / howling gale returns…Hooray for cold chips and DoodleMum! (I’m rather worried about poor Bonnie- she looks like she’s getting her head kicked in, but no-one, not even Gruff, is passing her a chip!
My book’s come, my book’s come! It’s fantastic, thank you very much, Angie. I’ve left a 5* review on Amazon, and am very glad that they’ve “relocated ” you back to Swansea- last week they had you listed as living in Bristol!
Thank you Wendy and yes it’s a relief to back over the bridge!
You make it look so romantic, Angie!
Thank you Ella! I’m not sure the kids will agree but the chips were lovely if a little on the soggy side!
Soggy chips go down quicker, and save wear and tear on teeth and gums!
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