Saturday, April 19, 2008

Hello!

Hi and welcome to my new blog, Dixie Doodles: The Life of a Dixie Doodler! What exactly is a "dixie doodler"? Glad you asked! My dictionary informs me that a "dixie doodler" is (and I quote) "...one who lives in the south and doodles almost constantly (while talking on the phone, on random pieces of paper laying around, etc.) Beware: never take away their pencils and paper or you will have them searching frantically for more!"
Okay, I made that definition up...and actually, I'm not that bad about doodling! It does make for a kinda cute blog title though, don't you think? :OD
Anyway, welcome to my blog! Here I will post my thoughts, my projects, perhaps some artwork and doodles, and anything else that I find "blogworthy". ;)




Here's a caricature that I did of myself...just what you want to see, right? :)
Well, I guess I'll close for now!
Again, welcome!

15 comments:

Bailey said...

I could've been a dixie doodler myself, had I stayed in the South and doodled more. :P Now I'm a Northern Nut, sketching out horrendous things in my math book. :P I can't wait to read your blog!! And your caricature is lovely, though you, I think, are much more so. LOL

Elisabeth said...

Thanks, Bailey!! :OD A Northern Nut, huh? LOL
Phew...I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who doodles in math books! ;) Thanks so much for stoppin' by and for your sweet comment!

Betty said...

Darling Dixie Doodler,

Welcome to the world of blogging....you will enjoy it immensely and make so many new friends......

Love you,
Mam

Beth said...

Welcome to blogging world! Can't wait to see what you have in store for us! I love your sketch, it is too cute!

Take Care,
Beth

Jaime said...

LOL, great caricature!
I, too, am looking forward to reading more from you! ;)

Elissa said...

Ooo, I'm a dixie doodler!!! (well, I don't live any dixie anymore WAH WAH WAH, but in my heart I'm still a dixie girl...)

Laura said...

So excited to see you have a blog! Welcome, welcome!

Elisabeth said...

Thank you all so much for commenting!
:OD

Mackenzie said...

cool blog!!!

angelicaj99 said...

Congratulations on your blog, Elisabeth! Erin did a great job on it. I have it linked to your website now.

Angelica
www.angelicasdailygrind.com

Elisabeth said...

Thanks, Mackenzie! :OD

Thanks, Mrs. Angelica! And also thanks for linking it to my website! :)

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Hello Dear Elizabeth.....

Like I said to your sister..... welcome to blogland. What a cleaver idea the the casserole carrier is, so pretty too and what a great tutorial. My! what talented twins you are!

So you’ve met a Queen.... lucky you! I haven’t ‘met’ our Queen, but I did see her in person once when she drove through the village where I lived as a child..... it was so exciting, crowds stood on the footpath, waving flags and cheering as she drove by in her beautiful black limousine. What struck me most.... well, I was surprised to see how small she was, even sitting down, she looked tiny.

Looking forward to meeting you all, not long now! Bestest wishes - Marion

Elisabeth said...

Thanks so much for your sweet comment!
We're counting the days until your visit and can't wait to meet you!! :OD

Sheila said...

Great blog! You and your sister are very talented. I agree with Ms. Georgia, if you look at her pics then and your picture now you guys do look alike! I will visit again soon. Keep posting all your great stuff.

Elisabeth said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment, Sheila!! :OD