That all being said, though, I did use some of my art to sort of create something to share. I went to the website known as Fotor, and for the first time ever I tried making art using a photo editor online. I picked at least one of my Christmas doodles from each of the past three years and compiled bits and pieces of them into a collage. I quite honestly had no idea what I was doing, because anything digital is simply not my forte. But, at the same time, I kind of had fun doing it.
I hope you all don't mind seeing these doodles from the past couple of years recycled today. Our usual daily doodles should be able to resume tomorrow, as long as my scanner cooperates with my technologically challenged mind. I have to give kudos to all of you who edit photos in any sort of digital manner, because I, personally, find it thoroughly daunting and requiring some seriously technological know-how.
A merry day to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Did you know that poinsettias are not as deadly for your furbaby as is often believed? Of course that's not to say you should be feeding poinsettias to your furbabies as an afternoon snack, as they can indeed cause irritation of the mouth and stomach. But, poinsettias are in actuality not the most dangerous of Christmas decorations. It's festive plants such as mistletoe and holly of which you should be even more cautious. Mistletoe can cause issues such as vomiting, diarrhea, decreased heart rate, and difficulty breathing. Holly can also cause vomiting and diarrhea, and sometimes lethargy or even death. Needless to say, always be cognizant of what plants and other decorations are in your home. To be safe, it is likely best to simply keep your home free of Christmas plants.