some people like to sleep with closed doors
This envelope has been brought to you by a sunny morning and an open door.
oh and the artist Debbie Harman
(double click on the cartoon to make it bigger)
I looked hard at this cartoon and it is drawn in la di dardle at mary’s house.
I leave the door open there but in the morning when Mary gets up she quietly closes the door so that Hester does not bounce in and wake me up.
If I wake up and the door is closed, then I know it is time to get up!
This half envelope I think was meant to be attached to a previous one about the woodheater but who knows.
they stand alone or together I think.
this envelope has been brought to you by . . . . .its so long ago since I drew it, I cannot even remember where I was, whose dog it was, ???? and longterm memory loss.
from the cat, the dog, the artist and the free-range guinea pigs.
This envelope has been brought to you by debbie Harman and the usual rushing of life.
this envelope has been brought to you by debbie harman and a train trip.
this envelope has been brought to you by straight lines,
this envelope was probably brought to you by one of the worst mornings for making wrong turns.
I have made wrong turns since but not in such a vehment string. ahhhhjhhhhhhhhhh and I think it all began because i was in a hurry and the moral of the story is never be in a hurry.
It will get you nowhere.
it can be likened to the habit of drawing on envelopes and posting them
no thats not true of course I just love my envelopes. I love them more than the washing up, the wrong turns and the wrong terns and musicals.
Put your hand up if envelopes come first for you too!!
It could be time to admit that I am labelling these posts anyoldhow
I think this envelope has been brought to you by a list but I’m not sure.
perhaps by a pot of cold tea that was forgotten
perhaps by the two metres of garden I just cleared in readiness for an eighteenth birthday party.
this envelope was brought to you by some honey cake?
unlikely, I think it has long since been eaten, so don’t get your hopes up.
this envelope has been brought to you by an airplane trip.
a trip travelled
an unravelled tripper