Sunday, February 10, 2008

Neighborhood








15 comments:

mon@rch said...

Were your ears ringing yesterday? Was talking about how creative and how wonderful your blog was yesterday! You really have such a wonderful thing here and of course, "I Can't wait to see your to be continued"!

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nina said...

I love cats in shops.
The only time I see the type you're talking about is when we 're on vacation--I guess that's why I recall them so fondly.
I love a shop with a bell on the door, too. Like the bakery I used to visit as a child.
I think I loved the bell more than the donuts!

bobbie said...

I envy you the old fashioned pharmacy.
Your talent is amazing. You do animals so very well! I think you must love them.
I visit you every day, always hoping for a new episode in your life.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I like your neighborhood already.

Marlena Dietrich of L.I. said...

Hey Crayons Sister Girlfriend,
No wonder you wanted to go home to Wisconsin! This is a beautiful post. YOur drawings get better and better. Great color on the carpets. Your really created a feeling of neighborhood. I'm sorry for the dose of nasty negativity send by one of your readers. Maybe she should get her own blog.

MojoMan said...

If more of us could see our neighborhoods with an artistic eye like yours, maybe more of them would survive. How I would love to have all I need available in reasonable walking or cycling distance.

Lana Gramlich said...

I take it Wal*Mart hasn't yet destroyed your town? How wonderful to have that "small town" atmosphere still! Congratulations. Who could blame the cat for sleeping in the window? If I didn't have a mortgage to pay I'd be doing the same thing! *LOL* Looking forward to Part II...

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kate said...

It looks as if you have a wonderful neighbourhood. Having a library nearby is a treat. I wish I had a rug store with a cat nearby ... your drawings, as always, tell a good story!

Pam said...

I love all the detail in your drawings, they are wonderful. Your blog is a lot like a movie, a rolling pictoral of your adventures, with subtitles. I am always anxious to see what's next.

Ginnie said...

Your neighborhood is something like mine and I love it. I'll bet you contribute a lot to the local color...they are lucky to have you among them.

Selma said...

You imbue your neighbourhood with such life, such vividness - there is a sense of treasures lurking around every corner. Can I take this opportunity to say how much I love your work. Love. Love. LOVE!

Sacred Suzie said...

What a beautiful neighbourhood! I love hearing about it and all the cool people and animals around you Caroline.

T.R. said...

Are you sure you live in the US -- I am ready to move to your town. It seems so much like a colorful village with wonderful characters. I am thinking you are very lucky to live where you live. Can I come visit. I love the dog, the cat, the rugs and the wine store of course - my favorite.