Art and the philosophy of life

Quick sketch


Girl with words in her head and her heart on her sleeve.  Poet and dreamer, she lived in her imagination and knew where fairies spent their time.  The real world often left something to be desired, since there were no unicorns or sprites, and the trees kept silent when others were around, but she managed well enough.  She kept chickens and cats, who got along surprisingly well.  People thought she was a bit out of touch, every now and then, but they were wrong…she was MORE in touch, just with things they refused to see.  She led an interesting life and enjoyed the birds who nested on her windowsill.

Comments on: "Quick sketch" (19)

  1. I like this story. A redhead and a lover of fairies, slightly out of touch… hmm, feels a bit familiar somehow. LOL

  2. You would just have to do everything over again and end up in the same place. LOL But, if we could know then, what we know now…hmmmm…that would range a lot of things.

  3. Heartafire said:

    This is wonderful! Can’t resist reblogging!

  4. Heartafire said:

    Reblogged this on Heartafire.

  5. Reblogged this on Wordifull and commented:
    Had to reblog this….this girl is perfect 🙂

    • Thank you so much Melanie.

      • Had to pass on this comment that was left by a friend on my reblog of this… 🙂

        From Sonia
        January 2, 2014 at 10:55 AM
        To all those who appear “out of touch” to the rest of the so called “normal” world, take heart! This girl is more of a real woman than all the ones on the runways. HIGH TIME FOR THE TRANSFER OF WEALTH TO THOSE WHO ARE COURAGEOUS ENOUGH NOT ONLY TO LOOK INWARDS BUT TO SHARE THEIR “TREASURE” OPENLY!


      • Thank you so much for letting me see this. I really appreciate it. What a wonderful thing to say. Thank you again.

  6. Love the story and the art – gorgeous!

  7. You need to add “she” to your tags for this one so when someone does a search it will pull up all of your wonderful girls

  8. this is precious. so very precious. i wish i had read this as a young girl, though it still does resonate with this “older” version.

  9. That’s all that matters. What we do now is all we have. I’m so happy you liked her. Thank you so much.

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