WHAT BETTER WAY TO START OUR NEW ERA as a nation than by sowing seeds of hope? Thanks to a recent transplant to America, doodler Andre Jordan, for a perfect message for this historic week.
September 16, 2010
doodle by andre: ‘woo-woo,’ andre jordan style
APPARENTLY I AM RUBBING OFF ON ANDRE–or maybe he was always into woo-woo (more likely). After just shy of two years blogging here together, I..
March 17, 2011
doodle by andre: time to be still
THIS QUIET DOODLE JUST SEEMED RIGHT for this contemplative week. Thank you, Andre Jordan, as ever for your bits and bobs of wit and wisdom...
Perfect! Keep the faith and hope going!
PS There is a place on the http://www.WhiteHouse.gov site to send congratulations or other messages.
I felt quite proud to be an (almost) american this week. The highlight being Aretha Franklin singing what you call ‘my country ’tis of thee’ but what I call The British National Anthem – God save the queen.
‘This is the same as God Save the Queen’ I said to my wife. ‘We should stand up and salute Elizabeth’ my wife smiled at me and continued to watch Aretha.
I have a feeling 2009 might be an amazing year.
I too was so pleased to get the election behind us, so now we can get onto better things. Such as covering and uncovering my outside plants. We in Florida are due for our third straight night of freezing temps. I had placed halogen lights beside the trunks of trees. They look a little droopy this afternoon. Will recover later today.
I could not wait to see what your doodle of the week would be. Seeds of love and hope, I will share this. I to believe that 09 will be an amazing year. Keep us smiling.
Andre nailed it again.
Optimism, faith (& a little preparation) will carry us through both the literal winter and the metaphorical one.
perfect message…perfect timing.
And all the people said…Amen.
National Gardening Examiner
(also at bumblebeeblog.com)
Margaret … I designed more seed saving envelopes and posted about them today … twice. Two small ones on a page and one big one on a page. I’ll be ready to scatter my seeds when spring arrives.
Best regards, Rosemary