Let's face it takes all types to make the world a fun place. So which one are you and do you think it is because of the way you were raised or has it changed since you got older?
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I loved making mud pies as a kid and am so glad to hear I'm not alone:)) It does seem like those afraid to get dirty are sometimes more on the sickly side hmmmm Thanks for a great answer
I don't think art is supposed to be perfect, that's what makes us appreciate different artists:) If every painting was an exact replica of its subject the artist wouldn't matter. Sounds like your art is lots of fun. Any hubs with some of your work?
No, not yet, but I am thinking of creating one shortly! :)
Don't forget to post it when you do. I would love to see some of it. Have you ever tried selling any of it or is it strictly for fun? I always wanted to try clay and making pots just never have..hmmm
Hi Lisa At least your honest about it and what needs to get done, gets done, not waiting on someone else. I have several friends that are the same way and just shake their heads as to how I can get so dirty. Thanks for your great, honest, answer.
Bring on the mud. It seems we have a few women who would like to jump on a 4 wheeler or swamp buggy and go play in the MUD!
LOL--we have 6 resident cats, and we also foster kittens until they are old enough for adoption. That said, our current cat-count stands at 9---we've arrived at "cat hair is a condiment." LOL
I have 5 dogs and 2 horses, vacuum everyday and it still seems like I never can come close to getting it all. Now with it being so dry the dust is terrible, but I wouldn't change my pets out for anything!
I never was much of a housekeeper, I hate to say, and I have a little dog I keep in the house a lot. I know where you're coming from!
First let me say thank you for your service in the army,and that it will always be appreciated. #2 I LOVE 4 wheeling and getting all muddy. You know you've had a good time when you take off your glasses and its the only 2 white spots on you.
Absolutely! You don't know what fun is until you experience a four wheeler ride in the woods where there's more mud holes than dry road!!!
Hi Kathy So glad to hear from another horse person. So your not afraid of a little dirt, muck, sweat, etc. The picture is of my mare Sky (2 light blue eyes) and I also have her daddy Gemini who is a paint Sounds great volunteering and thanks
I've been around horses since I was 7 years old and I'm now 60! We had a farm out here when my parents were living and we had cattle and horses. We also had a few mules. When I was a baby, we had pigs, sheep, and a few chickens out here.
Hello, fellow tomboy! I was never into dolls, and would just as soon climb a tree, or muck around with my dad tinkering on the car. If I hadn't developed a bad knee--I'd climb trees to this day! ;-)
I had a few dolls but not as many as my oldest sister did.
Kathy the farm sounds so awesome. I'm 55 and used to help at a dairy farm/stables at 15. I don't remember having one doll and I think that was my mom trying to prissy me up when I was about 7 yrs old. It didn't work.
Ms Lizzy ditto on the tree/knee
A girl told me one time that her husband worked on a race horse farm when they lived in California. She was going on about what a dirty job it was and I said, "Well, I can always get a bath!" LOL!!!!