Thursday, 25 November 2021

Thursday Journal with Neet

 Not and easy one to illustrate this week.The words are ' I'm really into cross fit. I cross my fingers and hope I can fit in my jeans ' I have made a stormy sky this time and Lucy has taken her dog for a walk. She needs to loose weight and has decided to take her dog Shorty for a walk every day. They are going to have to head for home before it rains and she says to Shorty "I'm really into cross fit. I cross my fingers and hope my jeans fit" Hopefully if she can keep doing the walks every day she will be able to get into them again.

I am linking this to Chris's theme of All sorts of weather on  Art Journal Journey 


Neet said...

Well Wendy, those telepathic vibes have been at it again and so much so this week. Talk about spooky!
What can I say apart from "Lovely page and story". You'll see what `I mean when you pop over to mine.
Hugs, Neet xx

My name is Erika. said...

That's a great quote for this week. For me with Thanksgiving, it might be more of a cross fit for food. Smile. I love your page this week. That little dog is a fun addition too. Thanks for joining us at AJJ. Hugs-Erika

Meggymay said...

Thats a super quote and that little dog was so cute. Thank you for adding your fantastic page to Chris's theme at AJJ.
Yvonne xx

nwilliams6 said...

Fun quote - sounds like something I would

Love the stormy looking sky and that fun dog! Another very fun page, Wendy! Hugz

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I am SO, SO far behind, Wendy and for that I apologize. Too many Thanksgiving parties and not enough time at home on the computer. I loved how you and Neet worked so well with this one and it looks like you both used the same images. This was a very clever journal page and also a great entry for Chris's theme at Art Journal Journey, too.

pearshapedcrafting said...

I love the cute dog.I also love that both you and Neet have featured dog walking, something that has to be done in all kinds of weather - just perfect for my theme at AJJ. Hugs, Chrisx

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