Or, at this time of the year - allergies. Blaaa
how sweet and cute! the poor thing!! :) one can nearly hear her (?) sneezing! Many Greetings, Anne
Really cute scene!!! I can relate to this it is xactly how I am feeling at this moment!
Bless you, bless you little mouse. How many sneezes can you make. Poor little soul get better very soon.Hugs
This is perfect timing, me being The Mouse & all... I have been so sick with a head cold this past week! So you pretty much depicted my life! :D ♥♥♥
Brilliant and SO life-like! I expected to hear small sneezes while I admired your work.
Awww, poor little mouse! Thank goodness for the fireplace to keep him warm! The lamp is wonderful! :-) Jennifer
All you can do is really wonderful, you're talented artist! congratulations! Your mice, the environments look real and have life!
O`poor tiny mouse! I am so happy she is having the fireplace! The athmosphere is wonderful!HugsKikka
Очень нравятся ваши мышки! :)
Utterly adorable you just want to give the poor wee mouse a hot drink and a cuddle:)
Bless you! Hope your well again soon. Ali
I had so much fun looking through your blog-your work of art is so inspiring.
Awe poor little guy!The metal ring at the base of the fireplace is throwing me off... Salt shaker? Bedknob?Great lamp... book... everything :)(Ok I think I'm caught up now!)
NQ,Fireplace base is the lid of an anchovy tin.Thanks for all your great comments..You're also the first person (I think) to listen to the whole podcast!Best, Maggie
I kept getting interrupted with phone calls and email while trying to listen! - You both did a great job. That was a fun interview.Anchovy tin explains a lot - I don't eat anchovies! :)
a familiar scene happens at our home too, wish she recover now.
Great, great, great and – did I forget something? Oh, yeah: Great! thanks for sharing that with us.
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