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My Froat Hurts

I think I'm coming down with my once-yearly summer cold. Body hurts. Scraggly throat. Tired. Grumpy. Ugh. Here is a picture of something ridiculously cute to make me (and you) happy.

This original illustration is entitled "I'm Floating" and can be purchased (as a gift for me only) at Runaway Dreams on Etsy. I really want this in my studio, but I can't afford it. I'm hoping for MY sake that it's still available in a couple of months. I'm hoping for THEIR sake that they sell it right away. He's just so adorable. I love how he's barely off the ground, but so pleased with himself.

I hope I feel better soon. *sad face*


  1. Dear Abby, I hope you get well very very soon! It's not fun to catch a cold and I hate it. Three years ago I caught the flu twice and 1 cold in one year! My boss was thinking that I'm making up things to run away from work :)) :))

    That chubby guy is a darling! I love him too! Big hugs and healing vibes!


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