Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Following in the Footsteps of Samuel Pepys...

Diary writing homework, after Samuel Pepys, originally uploaded by fancypicnic.

Nothing from me to show you today - for several days now I've been happily sanding and peeling away in the workshop, getting more logs and tipi poles ready with the woodcutter.
I just thought I'd share with you a little bit of the colour that is in my life, in abundance! Don't you just love the way a five year old brandishes felt pens?

13 comments:

Gina said...

Love the drawing! It's beautiful.

Kayla coo said...

Hi Charlotte,
I do love childrens drawings.x

vadjutka said...

This drawing is beautiful, I love it...especially the cute letters!

Grammatically Delicious Designs said...

I love the red hair and glasses. I really wish I could keep every one of my kids pictures. Can you imagine the mess if I did?

Danielle

Kendall Micayla said...

Wow, that kid is a wonderful artists! At five, I just got frustrated with it all. Its gorgeous!
Kendall

Sophie Appleby said...

Wow that is so gorgeous! I wish I could draw like that, with such freedom and colour, I heart it very much! Very inspiring indeed!
Sophie x

meplusmolly said...

Bless the wee ones! great colours. thanks for your lovely comment on my blog ;0

Dot said...

This post and the photo's made me smile! Love your daughter's abandon with color ( a big yay for her).

Dot xx

Courtney said...

I love the way kids draw, its almost magickal, my little 2 year old loves to scribble cake hehe, If I ever find a teacup like mine, I shall snavel it and post it to you!
Thanks for visiting my little nook
I follow yours all the time, but never posted a comment, I've gone to many times though

xxx Courtney

steph said...

delightful! just stopping by to say hello to the lovely charlotte! hope you're well and happy.

Contessa Kris said...

Oh how adorable! I too love when children draw. They create without abandon or personal judgement or censure. I wish I could be so free.

Tina said...

So sweet!

mimilove forever said...

Top penning there missy!

(I remember a pub quiz once, where when asked who wrote Pepys diary, someone answered Dickens...and it wasn't me before you start!)

x;0)