Being filled, one page at a time ...
Fantastic H word. It's kind of a happy sounding word, isn't it?
It certainly is. You just can't help smiling :-)
Hey, that worked out well!
It did indeed!
that's so sweet! you should have a fab giveaway with this pic as the prize :)Lx
I mentioned your comment to Diva and she was all 'they should give me book titles and I'll draw pictures for them'. Hmm ... I might have found my cover designer :-)
That is a sweet gift. Love the colors!
It is pretty friendly, isn't it? :-)
Harlequin is a great word lol :D
I know! You can't say it without smiling :-)
HA! Love it! Fun choice. Sometimes I have a million ideas and other times I've got nothing!
Tell me about it! What I hate is when I have an awesome idea, and we've already done the letter :-)
Saved by email!
I knew her having a PC was a good idea :-)
That is a great word for H, honest! Well done
I'll tell her you said so - and I love the H word you added there :-)
Great word. I'm glad it came to you. I outlined my posts, yet sometimes on the day of I struggle writing my post.
This was the first time that I hated absolutely everything I came up with. I suspect it won't be the last :-)
Nice pic. Is it drawn by one of your daughters?
It is. She just went upstairs, drew it and then sent it to me :-)
And handstand :)Hope you had a nice Easter!
I asked her if the handstand was deliberate for the letter and she grinned and said 'let's just say it was' :-)
What a fabulous artist you have!
I have no idea where she gets it from!
How nice of your daughter. How cute too.
Aye, she's a keeper ;-)
That's a great picture. And that surely has to be one of the most original "H" posts?!
Thanks. And I can't take any of the credit :-)
Awesome! How cool of your daughter!
I love the way she thinks :-)
I'm so slow ... I didn't get it. I even turned my head sideways to see if it formed an H ... kinda???But luckily, you have smart commenters. So, they've explained it to me: a happy harlequin holding a handstandhahaha
Margo, I love this comment. You are a woman after my own heart :-)
I can do that. I mean draw a Harlequin. No way could I physically do that.
I dare you to try :-)
Sarah - You have an amazing daughter. Considering her mother, though, I'm not surprised. This is a great choice for H.
She is pretty awesome, isn't she? And thank you for the compliment :-)
That is a brilliant H word!
Thank you :-)
That's a great drawing! And I love the H word--it's more on the unusual side. :)
Yep, and I can't take any of the credit :-)
I'm sure no one else will have your H. Made my day!Denise
She certainly saved my bacon, that's for sure :-)
Thank you. I'm rather proud of her :-)
Awesome H word! :D
I love it :-)
That's a great word, and a great picture!J.C. MartinA to Z Blogger
It's such a happy picture isn't it?
Fun picture. Harlequins are the only form of 'clowns' that don't typically freak me right the hell out. We have a childrens act at faire that is a set of harlequin style clowns with dogs and parrots, and they mostly don't scare me, but sometimes I just can't be near them.
Thank goodness that big feet and red noses weren't a staple of the period. It's weird how clowns ban be so scary.
A word I wouldn't have thought of.Great H word.Yvonne.
Me neither. Thankfully, she's more on the ball than me :-)
Hahaaaa well done! Yippee for obscure emails
Indeed! I love my girlies :-)
Yes! The best ideas tend to be the random ones.
That is so true!
I got handstand before Harlequin, then I realized! Great word and great post!
Hehe, and the handstand bit was an accident :-)
Ah haha. Perfect. And during the A to Z everyone appreciates a quick picture post!
Oh yes, I'm trying to keep them short and fun :-)
Somebody was watching out for you! What would you have done if it was picture for a hair re-growth product? :)
Haha, knowing my girl, there would have been a joke in there somewhere. (Like a 'hare' re-growth product!)
too cute! very awesome!
Why, thank you :-)
This is neat. I bet my grand kids ( or even my kids ) will love it.
I hope they liked it :-)
Writing is like that - ideas fall on you when you stop looking. :)
Indeed! - Or when you whine to your kids :-)
If your kid drew this, I want to hire her to illustrate a book for my kids (unless she's already priced herself out of my market)! :)
I told her and her answer was 'will work for cookies' :-)
I love when things happen right when you need them to!
Me too - and I didn't even need to bribe her :-)
Ha, no doubt Sarah. Looks like you have some wonderful and talented assistants there. Our young daughter showed me how many pages in a practice writing book that she had done today being out of school. I was proud of her effort.
I love this comment. Isn't it nice when they do stuff like that because they want to, and not because we've nagged them?
Children do seem to help us out don't they?Rhia from Five Minute Piece for Inspiration (around #862 on A to Z list)
Oh yes, I can't deny that :-)
wow, what a talented artist! And it is perfect for "H"!
And this was just one of her 'quick doodles' as she puts it :-)
What a fun picture. How wonderful is it that your daughters could help you out!
Oh yes. I don't know what I'd do without them :-)
Great picture!! Your H turned out well!Cheers, Jennhttp://www.wine-n-chat.com
Nice! Harlequin is such a great word.
It is, isn't it? Such a happy word.
Fab! Your daughter is awesome. =D
Awww, thanks. I totally agree :-)
Perfect example for H! And what a great drawing you found! I've always wished I could color with colored pencils like that :)
It's unusual for her to use pencils these days, she usually paints but I think she just wanted to do it quickly for me :-)
hi saraha, this is really nicesmall is always beautiful!and you did it very well with the word 'Harlequin" for the day. i did a small search to know the meaning too :-) eureka! eureka!pl. add a word i mean the meaning of it to it for people lik me..loleverything is small here today lolkeep writingthanks for dropping in too...:-)bestphil
Hi Phil, that's a great point. If I do another unusual word, I'll add an explanation. Thanks for the tip!
Your daughter is a very talented artist. (And sweet, too, to bail her mama out like that!)
Yes indeed, on both counts! Thank you :-)
Love it! What a fun drawing. It's perfect.
Thanks Emily. I might steal the hard copy from her :-)
How fun! Your daughter is very talented, and this is so cute. :)
Thank you :-) She rescued me today, that's for sure :-)
It must be a sign . . .Popping by on the A to Z trail. Hope all is well with you.Lucy
Good to see you. I'm loving the stuff I'm learning on your A to Z theme :-)
SWEET! And I thought you meant the publishing house-(romance anyone, ha)!
Hehe, I'd forgotten all about that :-)
I thought you meant the romance publisher, too. lol Learning something new every day!
I definitely don't think about romance enough :-)
A very fun pic :)
Niiiice :) There *are* pluses to spring break! LOL ;)
Oh yes, the girlies are good for more than just cups of tea ;-)
trekking your blog!!! cheers!..TREK..
Welcome to you :-)
Hi Sarah ... gosh I need some kids - any spares anyone? Only wanted for the month of April - they'll be redundant for the next eleven months!!Isn't that wonderful - love the picture too - Harlequin - they are great characters .. clever children .. A* to them ..Made me happy too - cheers Hilary
Hehe, well I'd lend you one of mine, but only one of them draws :-)
Love the pic! I always associate Harlequin with romance but can't forget this either - cool pic :)
I can't believe I forgot about the romance house :-)
I love how happy it looks :) I can't help but think it's a happy version of Harley Quinn from Batman :)JamieFellow A-Z Bloggy BuddyMithril Wisdom
Funnily enough, she said she was going to draw Harley, but she didn't think many people would know her :-)
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