Cool. If that’s your first pass, it’s pretty impressive.
Actually, it’s pretty impressive no matter how many passes.
Thanks, Mushroom! I decided to keep it loose today. I like how it came out. This one took about 15 minutes, which is about all the time L gives me to draw.
So, where are you, Julie? Close enough to come photograph my boys in Austin?
Sadly, no. Austin is probably a couple days’ drive from here, in Mesa, AZ. Should I ever head your direction, though, I’ll be sure to let you know!
That’s disappointing, I was hoping you were closer. Like in Temple. I found a little extra cash and want to get the boys photographed by someone who’s got the touch. Plus, I like you. I try to spend my money with people who care about their craft these days – no more big box or chains for me.
I hope your beautiful boy is thriving.
Thank you for thinking of me! If I lived close enough, I’d do it for free. Or maybe a margarita 🙂
Cash and two margaritas. I have the best recipe in the entire world.
Never give away your talents, Julie. They’re worth something tangible in exchange.
I know. But from a friend, I value the intangibles more.
You’re a peach, but I like my friends to prosper from their unique gifts.
Friendship and commerce aren’t mutually exclusive. The two go hand in hand quite well, I’ve found.
You haven’t asked me for the margarita recipe yet. You must be breastfeeding.
I make it a point rarely to argue if someone really wants to pay me for my time 🙂
Re. the breastfeeding, alas, no. I had them reduced about 10 years ago, so now they’re more form than function.
So what’s the recipe?
Breastfeeding has become too precious in certain quarters for me to endorse it. I did and I didn’t, as circumstances warranted, with all three of mine and have found that the experience is negligible in the long run of life. Although it does beat washing bottles.
1/2 can of frozen limeade
6 oz. of white tequila (less hangover potential)
2 1/2 oz Grand Marnier/Cointreau or Triple Sec as a third choice
Big squirt of a fresh Lemon – maybe half if it’s juicy or a whole if it’s tight
2 Tablespoons of powdered sugar
Mix it all together in a cold, beautiful silver shaker (shake it like a polaroid picture) and pour into glasses filled with crushed ice. Salted rims on request.
Sounds fantastic – I’ll definitely have to give it a try. Thanks, Daphne!
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