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{inktober} day twenty-three – rip

Hi there! Well, it’s time for #Inktober2020 again. I did not forget! I was having a blast reading today and I’m just now – at 10 PM – ready to doodle and share them with you. 😀 ❤

Click here to visit the official Inktober website for prompts, FAQs, and more, and visit this to see all of my creations for Inktober!

fall quote:

“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” – John Burroughs

This is Samantha and her grandmother Betty! It’s gotten quite cold where they live, so today, Betty invited Samantha to make some paper snowflakes with her. Betty was initially going to teach her how to fold and cut the paper so they resemble snowflakes when unfolded, but Sam had her own ideas – ripping the paper this way and that! It wasn’t what Betty was expecting to happen, but they’re both very happy with the little display they made.

What’s something you do that’s unconventional, quirky, or specifically unique to you? Let’s chat in the comments!

21 thoughts on “{inktober} day twenty-three – rip”

  1. Here’s a fun fact about me: I’m right-handed, but I do various things with my left hand (opening bottles, batting for baseball). I can easily switch to my non-dominant side for sports because I’m quite flexible in my ambidextrous abilities!

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    1. I LITERALLY DO THAT!
      I eat string cheese like a carrot. Idk if that’s what you’re talking about, but yeah. I don’t pull them apart into strings, I just take big bites 😂
      Thanks Millay!

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