inktober 2020

{inktober} day twenty-six – hide

Hey! Welcome back to Chickadee Lover Maggie ❤ It’s time for #Inktober2020! Let’s check out today’s doodle 😀

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fall quote:

“Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable…the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along the street…by a gusty wind, and the gabble of a flock of migrating geese.” – Hal Borland

Alan and Meredith love playing hide-and-seek! Since they play all the time, Meredith has memorized all of Alan’s favorite hiding spots. Despite this, she still looks for him, enjoying the sound of his giggles, choosing to surprise him at the best moment.

What’s an activity you do, a song you listen to, etc. that’s very repetitive, but you’ll always love it no matter what?

23 thoughts on “{inktober} day twenty-six – hide”

  1. Love the drawing! Currently I am practicing Edelweiss from the sound of music on repeat. (I play piano/keyboard). I’m pretty sure that it is permantely stuck in my whole family’s brains now. XD. What songs can you play on piano/keyboard? (you play right?)
    -Haley
    ps. Thanks so much for displaying my collage!

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    1. Thanks Haley! Ooh that’s cool! 😍💛 yeahhh to learn to play a song it has to get really annoying before it gets fun 😂👍🏼 yes! I usually play A Million Dreams, the Pirates of the Caribbean theme, Demons by Imagine Dragons, and the Star Wars theme!
      You’re welcome! Thank YOU for making it! 😍💛

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