doodle by andre, wild bird of a feather

I AFFECTIONATELY CALLED ANDRE JORDAN A BIRD OF A FEATHER last Thursday, when his new weekly doodle debuted here. Apparently this is the migratory Englishman-turned-Nebraskan’s response. And what’s yours?

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  1. Melinda Wedding says:

    It’s genius! Stunning in its simplicity, the drawing elicited an instant smile. What a thoughtful little reminder to reflect on my day and how I care for my bit of earth.

    And to think, he probably just has these thoughts all the time. *sigh*

  2. margaret says:

    Welcome, Millie, and please don’t be a stranger.

    Welcome also to Daniela. Andre has many tricks under his wing, so don’t be surprised if in fact there will be postcards in your future (there are ones of his other work already). We’ll let him tell us the details once he finishes his morning rituals and caffeinates thoroughly out there in Nebraska.

  3. Tammy says:

    This is what I love about blogging. Being able to share glimpses of brilliant people whom I would otherwise never have contact.
    Thanks Margaret. You were first and now we have Andre.

  4. andre says:

    Good morning all.

    My morning rituals are complete: Drink coffee. Take wife to work. Try to wake up.

    Hopefully at some point, A Way to Garden Postcards will be made. Yes.

    This morning it is cold and wet. It reminds me of London ‘tarn’.

  5. starr cunningham says:

    omigosh, i think i know that bird…its a Carolina Wren, i bet. its got that determined little wren face too. love it

  6. andre says:

    Thanks Jane. Flags in the garden are new to me. I may have to do a doodle about them.

    Glad my doodle brought a smile to your day, Susan.

    Starr, I believe it is an albino Robin.

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