you are so right, and even if we forgot something happened to us it still works on and on and on...... nice one! :)
the peanuts gang is ever important to me....remember the old dolly madison commercials that played during the peanuts' specials? fyi: thanksgiving special is on tuesday and christmas special is on monday dec 8th
so whe sare the same opinion after all! (but nice as usual!)
Snoopy happened to us all!
Wonderful.... I guess there's a bit of Snoopy in all of us.
A sage philosophy and an excellent take on the prompt!(BTW, you're tagged!)
Sad but true... What happened to you?Snoppy is a champ at all this! Chin Up!!!
I totally agree with you!
I share your opinion!
Yes, this is so true. I had a 6 grade art teacher who didn't like a piece I was very proud of – it took until my senior year to return to my love of art and begin to find confidence with my talent. I'm happy you had love and support at a young age...and it shows Go Snoopy!
Very philosophical and true. Cute Snoopy.
"Good grief"...I loved the entire Charlie Brown gang. Great rendition of Snoopy. Also, thank you for the reading challenge. ;)
A blessing and a curse. Lovely combo.Get zapped - your teacher wasn't by any chance named Miss Grossman? That woman was pure evil.
i like your handwriting!!
So can you do the Snoopy laugh?.....Great post!
i don't have any clever things to say, but this is heartwarming. evoked some good memories.
RATS! I was afraid of that.
I'm agree with you.
Great stuff Willie!
i had more of He man than snoopy... more of the telly than newspapers... and now more of calvin and hobbes... and yes... they did have quite an effect on me... :)
Awe, Snoopy is the BEST!!What a very talented 7 year old.
beautiful post. I love Ammon's stuff too!I like how you laid this out..nice!
*giggles*The handwriting is fantastic. I'm so envious. =) (yours, not your mom's!)
and that's my opinion too. 100%
thank you for reminding me that somewhere in my old sketch books lives a very similar drawing…
nice likeness. I used to love drawing Snoopy when I was a kid. Wish I had sketches to see like that from back then. awesome!
I sure do remember this picture and I seem to remember you drawing horses too. I always knew you had the talent...
Right, childhood experience cannot be carelessly dismissed. *You drew very well when you were 7. How sweet of your mom to save it and label it. Her handwriting (leaning to the right and tall), showed a compassionate and idealistic personality.
just to agree the comment before!Love it!
I agree with you!I like your illo.
Thanks Willie, great work on Snoop Dawg.
I made the same drawings at 9!
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie