Saturday, May 25, 2013

Two ways to feel happy.




“What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.”
~Plutarch

A field of flowers,
colors spilling out,
dancing in the valley,
gladdens my heart!
To lie midst the
waving blooms,
clouds floating by
in the breeze,
is a joy.

When flowers bloom, is there a heart that is not filled with happiness?

"No matter how chaotic it is, wildflowers will spring up in the middle of nowhere."




















I have always been an incurable doodler and doodled through boring meetings, classes...well just anywhere. I never gave any importance to my doodling, but today I thought I would share with you a doodle and a story I made up.  :-)



The weather was so very hot that the little one really, really longed for a cool bath.
The river was the best place, and she had been there earlier with her mother.


Today mother was not at home so who should she go to the river with?
Just then came her friends and called her to play in the water.




  
Splash, splash…a wonderful bath party ensued!
Every minute was a joy and the water was so cool.
Their happy shouts drew some birds and one landed on her tail!











Spraying water everywhere was just pure fun!
And having friends to play with made her laugh joyfully!


And, joyfully I join my party with friends over at
PPF
CED
AJED
Circle of art
SS
SATS
Please do join in and have fun! :-)



22 comments:

  1. Love the wildflowers, so colourful, and the elephant doodle story is gorgeous!.

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  2. Hey Zafaran (ew you just reminded me to change my no reply) I love with elephant and water! it is SO fun! And yes, doodling - I doodled my way through my Ministry degree! Drove the Prof to distraction drawing pics of Cavalry etc. LOL I love the playfulness of your picture and the poem at the front. Your flowers are so alive and vibrant and passionately radiant. I think I am just in love with your work!!! Lovies, Samara

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  3. love your happy paintings today!

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  4. Your work is happy!! So bright and colorful!

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  5. Very colorful doodle flowers...and the elephant is adorable!

    Hugs Giggles

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  6. Love the sketches... the playfulness, the joyfulness is all around...love the post ...simply superb !

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  7. I LOVE your field of flowers and your sweet story. Blessings!

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  8. Such happy post :) I am in love with your wildflower-piece! I can smell the blooms and love the thought that they grow whatever happens ;) ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  9. I love your flowers! so bright and cheerful! Your story is so sweet, and so are the drawings!

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  10. Your wild flowers are just beautiful..
    Sandy :)

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  11. I love your little story and your art, that colorful field of flowers is gorgeous!

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  12. Looking at your field of flowers makes me happy. And such a sweet elephant story ...

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  13. what wonderful colour in your print...i love the happiness and freedom it shares....great job!

    blessings,
    Cynthia♥

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  14. Definitely gives me a happy feeling. Joyful colors and wonderful design 4 sure!

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  15. the top one is my favorite I love the colour you have used. Manonx

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  16. I love the baby elephant! Reminds me of a video I saw some time ago... pure joy on the little elephant by the water :o)

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  17. I really adore your baby elephant. Awww. How cute and your flowers are simply bright and beautiful!! :)

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  18. Your doodle drawing and story is sweet and joyful, but your flowerbed and poem is beautiful!
    Thank you for your comments on my blog, I truly appreciate them!

    Ilona

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  19. Gorgeous doodles! I love the 'dot' work you have done. :)

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  20. Love the curly clouds and the flowers are really wild :)

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  21. Me gusta mucho tu trabajo, sobre todo estas flores magnificas!

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