Pleased with Drawist’s pigs and wearing a grin, Thalia clinked colored pencils into the caddy. “It feels wonderful to try…” “… and to do something we didn’t think we could!” Calliope added. 3musesmerge is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.
Love this drawing.
This drawing made me smile 😊! Thank you for sharing!
Love the piggy's, nice job!
I envision Nia sharpening pencils now? So we can get the “point” of your next drawing... Sorry I let that slip out!
More seriously, your prompt to create something every day. Treating creativity at least in part as play suggests a corollary: One who fails to create will work the rest of
Sign: “I am tired of being the only one in this family who cleans up, the one who does all the cooking, the family member who pays all the bills. I AM THE BACKBONE OF THIS FAMILY AND I WISH SOMEONE WOULD APPRECIATE IT! (Yes, I’m single and I live alone, but still…) 😁
It's nice living with someone when we appreciate each other. 😊
Love the pigs! Someone wrote recently (Medium? dunno) about attending a work-mandated team-building workshop, where the first task was to draw a pig. Then they had to assess what the drawing told about their personality. The writer (who wasn't happy to be there to begin with, and thought the whole thing was stupid) Googled the exercise, and found it was meant to be an icebreaker, not a personality test. She also disagreed with the assessment criteria. "I think this pig says I'm grouchy and irritated. OH NO WAIT THAT'S THIS IDIOTIC EXERCISE THAT'S DOING THAT!"