The house of Higglety Pigglety
I love the look of expectancy on the cute, shaggy dog, " Are we going soon !?" and the laid back cat just sitting being cool, like they do ! Lovely composition !
You are so creative. That is a painting for the room of my grand-daughter!Sigrun :-)
Wow, love the painting, you are very talented! Would love to link, shall go and do it now!Lisa x
Don't know why I'm suddenly "anonymous" !! I'm Eleanor! Anyway...I still love your paintings xx
Eleanor sorry you got changed to anonymous. I have changed to beta this morning so imagine thats why.I'm having trouble leaving this comment, tried other tried anonymous and not sure of my google user name oh well have another try.
They both look like they are having fun!Penny.
I so adore your bunnies. We've got 2. The first is a white angora who is so friendly, and totally content to stay in her ark shaped home with a long grassy run attached.The second was sold to us as a lion head, but clearly isn't. She constanly burrowed through her little home and has been free range for 6 months now. She spends her days under the fir trees with the free range chickens in their dust baths. Each night the hens go in their shed, however bunny stays on the loose having made home in some old wild rabbit burrows in our garden.Foxy has had chickens, ducks, but never free range bunny for his midnight feast!
Charming! I love it when dogs and cats are pals.
I see the 2 seats now...just great!
That is a lovely picture, they look as if they are about to set off on some grand adventure.ps: Floppsy says 'hi' to Captain Rupert!
Its always such a delight to visit your blog, I just love this painting! My bicycle has a basket just like that, but my dog is wayyyyyy too fat for a ride! LOL
Love this so much, gorgeous.
I call basket seat ~Rabbie Burns
I've been having problems since I 'upgraded' (so called) to Blogger beta, and I tried to leave comments on your blog!Lovely, gorgeous work as usual!
That is so cute!
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