The everyday journal of artist, writer and illustrator Jackie Morris, in words and pictures.
I shall now travel the highways and byways straining my eyes for a glimpse of this mythical mode of transport. As I live in North Hampshire I suspect it's unlikely that our paths will ever cross, but as with all good fairytales, I can live in hope that one day my wish will come true!
It is beautiful! I am sure the children of Norfolk loved it!My boyfriend is a teaching assistant in a primary school, and he has told me about one particular little girl who loves dragons. Talks about them all the time and genuinely believe they are real. She would love your van!AmyNarrowboat Lucky Duckwww.nbluckyduck.blogspot.com
So you should be, the van looks great.
I'm delighted with it and its not even mine, can only begin to imagine how happy you must be with it! It doesn't look like the same van, such an amazing transformation.
There you are....Hi! ;)I wish I could see the Magical Van in reality it looks fantastic.
Wow, how beautiful!
That so completely amazing. I'd love to have a van if it looked like that!
Now what could I have done on my big red pickup?
Don't be suprised if you find that total strangers are following you on the road. Your van is absolutely enchanting. After all, it's got your amazing artwork all over it, so how could it not turn heads.
Man, oh, man, are you racking up the good karma with that van, causing delight where ever you go. Just brilliant! You've got me wondering now, mrsnesbitt. What could I have done on my little dusty rose "Crayola"?
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