May take a little time.
Before they burst in to flame.
But then again there could be treasures in the ashes ☺️ x
Of course! 🙂 Who doesn’t like to find a treasure in dusty ashes and polish it off to find that gem???? Well done Jen!
I love our drawing,I love the idea and a skirt?
BIKE SHORTS HUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh man did I say “our” drawing? I meant your drawing. Are you sure they’re bike shorts?! 😉
I knew what you meant. All’s good. 🙂
And YES. I am SURE they are bike shorts. 🙂
You just get me Chatems. 😉
I didn’t see “biker shorts” written on them..
Oh Huck Huck Huck….they don’t come WITH “biker shorts” written on them!!!! 😉
The could when you’re the artist. 😉
And I should learn to spell. 😉
Don’t I know it! Great picture by the way. What did you use for the fire and smoke?
Picmonkey 🙂 isn’t that a neat effect? and thank you. 🙂
Oh, you and your schmancy programming effects!! Ha, ha!! Really looks great!
Hahahaha. Shmancy…it’s easy is they only reason I’m able to manage it! 🙂
I’m with you! Us pre-technology gals have to hang together…with the easy programming!!
You are my favorite today Marissa! 🙂
And some end as flame outs. 😦 Still, it’s all good. 🙂
Ah….true! But better to have a flame out than never a fire at all!!!! 🙂
This idea is a doozie because it’s dreamed in color, Colleen. Wow. A beaut!
Thank you buddy! 🙂
Yup. so true Colleen. ❤
Thank you Diana! 🙂
I’ve a few small fires burning! Great post. Love it’s simplicity
Thank you Tric! I love a small fire. Can’t wait to see what comes forth. 🙂
Reblogged this on bikebrown.
Sometimes you have to tease to lift and then, and then a spark before the flame.
Love this, Colleen. Fantastic drawing too. ❤
Thank you Tess. 🙂
You are welcome. ❤
You drew that! Wow, how’d you do that? Another great message. 🙂
Thank you Paulette. I didn’t draw the fire. I put the fire together using an on line editor called “Picmonkey”. There’s about five or six elements put together for the fire and smoke. The fire is laid right on my picture.
Thank you Priceless!
hmmmm….I’d better start fanning the embers. 🙂
😀 Don’t you like those crackle-y embers?
Yes, they’re great for toasting the perfect marshmallow and creating ideas.
That’s exactly how it works too!
😀 Thanks Nancy!
I think everyone is fascinated to a degree just watching a fire start and build. You get so caught up in the little things that happen, it’s burning brightly before you even know it.
I like the way you say this NAPR. I like it very much.
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