Monday, November 23, 2009

Cactus Monday

Old Mother Hubbard
went to the cupboard
to get her poor dog a bone,
But when she got there,
the cupboard was....
filled with cactus.

I'm sorry it doesn't rhyme but that's the way cactus fairy tales are....sometimes they just don't make sense at all!
Happy Cactus Monday! To see more cactus art, go here.

14 comments:

Margaret Ann said...

ROTFLOL!!! I LOVE these story pieces you do...This is terrific! :)Happy Cactus Monday! :)

marianne said...

Oh wow what a wonderful image you made !! Just love it!
HCM!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This is funny. Love the drawing and the thought.

messyfish said...

the poem does not rhyme...its a little spiky!! but I really really like your illo. Most talented one. HCM

Kellie said...

Loving your puppy dog gazing up at the cacti..

Teri C said...

OMG!!! Too funny. I just love these cactus fairy tales. You are going to have to publish a book.

HCM

ps--(the boot from Margaret was significant because I designed a whole week of boots while you were gone)

tainterturtles said...

I like the body language of the doggy. Cute PA!

Evelyn Howard said...

LOL - it's a very nice illustration. I wonder what the dog is thinking!

Aunt Krissy said...

Poor little skinny dog. Maybe Mother Hubbard is really going to make some tequila?

soulbrush said...

tee hee it is super duper, i think i should teach this rhyme to my kiddies at school. tee hee. love the photo on the side, yippeee grans are best!

Dee said...

I love it- the verse-the picture! It so fits my life with my 4 dogs and all my cacti!! It is just a wonderful drawing! HCM a little late!

Judy Butler said...

This one is really special, so cleaver and imaginative with the dog. Just love it.

Thank you for your comment on my blog. I am getting ready to hang a new rope of ATCs on a beautiful garland that Margaret sent to me. I may have to leave the Pumpkins up too.

Take care, Judy

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

This is a cute drawing and story. :))

crochet lady said...

Poor puppy catus aren't good to eat.

Love those illustrations. I sure do hope those turn into a book someday!