I never thought I’d ever, not ever, ever adopt another Wombie, but you know the old cliche…never say never.Front and center is my latest Wombie girl. Her name is Pinky, but the clan has been nicknaming her snowball. Pinky is a very special Wombie because she is all white with a pink nose. I have a total of seven Wombies, for boys, and three girls. Above are the three girls. From left to right are Tink, Pinky, and Cookie. I couldn’t be more happy with Pinky. She is so sweet and gentle, and very happy to have entered such a large loving family of Wombies. As you can see Tink and Cookie have introduced her to their clothing closet. Needless to say they have plenty to wear. Pinky just finished a very large bowl of chocolate and is sleepy, so she picked out a pair of PJ’s to take a nap in
I’m the World’s luckiest Wombie Mom!!
If you’d like to meet the rest of the Wombie clan you can see them here til I get a new portrait.
Do you think the eyes are big enough?
I painted this watercolor painting and posted it here years ago, but gave it a reflection.
Jack didn’t mind the food he had for dinner, nor what was available for a later on snack, but what he did mind was not having anything to do after dinner, so he left the house to venture out into the backyard to see what could be done to abide his time. “That’s it, I’ll get to work on that hole I need to put my stuff in so nobody can find it,” thought Jack. After digging for what seemed like an hour to him, he stopped, went into the house and got his most valued possession and buried it.
So who is Jack, and what could be the valued possession?