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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

The Day After Halloween



And what are we supposed to do with all this leftover candy??? Posted by Picasa

12 comments:

janey said...

I usually have a massive stomach the day after halloween. Everyone brings the leftover candy to work. It's just sitting there, what am I supposed to do? Ignore it. I like this, the colors are nice and bright and hershey is my favorite. Forget Godiva, give me cheap chocolate everytime.

quotidian said...

Hi Linda! First time to visit your blog - it's incredible! I really like the fact that you post your drawings online - they're all terrific! You're an AMAZING artist!

Mind if I put a link to your blog from mine? Mine's http://magis.blogs.com/quotidian - I love to observe simple, everyday things. Thank god there's a camera for those of us who don't have an ounce of artistic talent. ;)

deboraht said...

I hope you kept the good stuff for yourself. Hee hee.
Lovely drawing as usual.

d

Laura said...

Linda, you and I are kindred art spirits for sure! I just love the freshness and colorfulness of these--keep going, girl!

Aaron Paquette said...

I love the watercolour work! It's something I am ever trying to teach my acrylic mind to accomplish.

Alina Chau said...

These are the best candies!! Sooo pretty!! loooooook tasty too!!

Alina Chau said...

Love your drawings a lot!

Diahn said...

Eat all the chocolate, throw the rest away!!

Hi Linda! Glad to meet you over in my blog! It IS nice to know there are other artists in Knoxville - how do we find the rest? You've got some beautiful things going on, here - I love watercolor, but it scares me to death!!

Linda said...

Diahn -- you've got the right idea about eating the chocolate! And I don't know how we find other artists here in Knoxville -- I've certainly been on the look out. Thanks for stopping by; it's good to "meet" you!

Lindsay said...

The depressing aftermath. You've made it very cheery! Love the drawings

Nelly said...

I miss the whole trick-or-treat thing. I used to go through my (3!) girls' bags and pick out all the tootsie rolls, uh...after inspecting for safety, of course. They are grown now, so my husband and I sneak off to the bookstore to celebrate Halloween...yes, I feel so guilty about that (not). Thank you for your generous comment on my shower curtain...and other entries. I love your artwork. It's obvious that you enjoy it. By the way, I lived in Knoxville (with Wally and the whole clan) when I was 10 years old, for only one year! Went to 4th grade at Farragut Elementary. My sister-in-law lives there, so maybe we'll come down from Cincinnati sometime soon!

pedalpower said...

I love this drawing....and the subject matter too (too much!).