Apparently there is an ice cream scooper that makes square scoops?
Spot the Christmas ornaments in this ornamental letter:
There really isn’t much difference between a wild cat and a house cat, speaking from experience. Here Snuggles is about to pounce on her unfortunately inattentive owner.
Do you believe there is a Nessie? I do. I’ve been to Loch Ness and it sure does seem possible.
Living in Scotland you can’t escape photos and paintings of the Highland Cow. Here it’s called the “Heilan Coo”.
Today’s prompt was ash and it immediately made me think of those times when your marshmallow falls into the bottom of the fire and you wonder, can I still eat it?
I had no original or brilliant ideas today. Just did a dragon in a cave:
The tracks in the snow tell a story.
In more ways than one.
Perhaps you’ve had this same experience as a child?
Sit at your own peril. That’s all.
I’m already getting a little tired from all this work of Inktober but I’ll keep on. Today’s prompt of “enchanted” was tough to get ideas for, oddly. This image I think I saw in a children’s picture book somewhere but maybe not. Just a man walking a fish, that’s all.
Every year in St Andrews, Scotland there is a street market and carnival called the Lammas Fair. It is the oldest continually running street fair in Scotland, with origins in the early medieval times, when it celebrated the harvest. This year I saw a game booth that only had husky stuffed animals for prizes. My 6 year-old son played one round (at an exorbitant cost of course) and actually won a husky, so there is good in the world after all. And there happened to be a real Siberian Husky on the street as well. So here you go:
Look closely and see what you find…