Stay safe and happy in your little cocoon.Sending Peace and Joy!Jacky xox
Lynne---You're killing me with all these great pieces you are making!!! Oh, BTW, I received Gilberto in the mail yesterday! I ADORE him!!! I will be posting about him maybe today if I can get through via satellite with all this rain. Happy weekend to you, dear lady! I love you AND Gilberto!!!
Shall it be a warm and fuzzy one for the winter-time?
Ok. But i think i will go South. To warm sand. Baby its cold out there.
I love cocoons! Sure can understand wanting to hibernate in one. Oh if only and then come out transformed into a higher, whatever!
can i join you ?xxoo
Love that, beautiful.
looks so warm and cozy in that cocoon... and loves the bee...
But you are already a glorious butterfly!:0)xo
I'm already in mine....I'll be here until January. Let's run a soup can telephone line from your place to mine.xo
Hi Lynne,very nice. :-) The painting and also the idea behind. Good to have a cocoon ... for relaxation and transformation - everybody should have.Wish you a nice weekendwith a hugNicole
What a great piece. Can we all take turns inside there?
Noice. Real noice.Hey have a great Christmas.Me
and such a wonderful cocoon this is!
Lynne, I love your cocoon!! I want to wish you and your family a beautiful holiday season!! xoxo
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