Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

My human can't come to the blog right now. She's busy with something called a "turkey" (not quite sure what this is but it sure smells like a tasty bird to me!) In her absence, I thought I would put paws up to the keyboard and type some for her.

For starters, today is thanksgiving, and I'm sure she would love to thank all of the people that help bring you Carol's Little World, allow her to work on her artwork, to paint, to draw, to take pictures. All of the assistants, helpers, support and the like who help make this possible and have made it possible over the years. The suppliers, the people who make and sell everything from the paint she uses to the flash memory she seems to eat continually. She loves you, she really does. Next up on her list are all of the galleries and museums she works with and the people who help sell and carry her work. Without you she would have a hard time making it out in this cold cool art world so, of course, she wants to spread some love and thanks your way. Finally, she'd also like to thank all of you out there who stop in here to read this. All of the patrons who come out to the shows, all of the people who follow her on Twitter and friend her on Facebook. She's very thankful for you too as well. (Queen Flake wants to thank Snowflakes everywhere for their support today, I'm sure she does.)

Last but not least, she wants to thank friends and family (any many who overlap several groups listed here.) She would want you to know that you are special to her and she values you and loves you deeply. She is thinking of you this holiday season.

I think she would even give me a pat on the head for doing this today but not sure. She's awfully fussy about things like the couch and, once when I was teething and got one of her shoes she had a fit (not sure why, I mean, she had another one sitting right next to it! Besides, it's not like she had all four, you know, enough to make a complete set.) She might not like me chewing up this "keyboard" thing for long so I best be going now too.

Hey, is that a squirrel?

Until next time...

2 comments:

Lin Floyd said...

what a creative dog you have...happy thanksgiving to both of you. we are with family, my son cooks the dinner all of it...what a treat and it hasn't snowed yet!

Carol said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you had a great day.