Friday night’s alright for drawing.
We all like a treat in our house on a Friday as a kind of reward for making it through the week. It was new sketchbooks today, a big hit. It’s so lovely seeing my children having the same excitement at getting a new sketchbook and racing off to grab their pencils and pens! I still get excited at the thought of a new sketchbook too!
Posted on April 24, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged Drawing, Family, Illustration, Life, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
Snap! My boys also get to draw in bed on a Friday night. They all huddle up together on one bed and create comic books or have drawing competitions or pick a theme and all draw something on that theme. I love that art is regarded as a treat in both our households.
Every night is all right for drawing if you ask me! There’s never a bad time for creativity.
The apples don’t fall far from the tree!
I couldn’t agree with you more – on both counts! Always great to make something of Friday night and a new sketchbook is just a world of possibilities! 🙂
What…before they’ve finished their old ones? Isn’t that like having pudding when you’ve refused to eat your stew?! (Just jealousy creeping in here, I think it’s a lovely idea, we all need a reward for getting through a hard week!)
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