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Sunday
Nov142010

Tiny Dancer on the Radio

Blue jean baby, L.A. lady,
seamstress for the band
Pretty eyed, pirate smile,
you'll marry a music man
Ballerina, you must have seen her
dancing in the sand
And now she's in me, always with me,
tiny dancer in my hand
~ Tiny Dancer, Elton John
lyrics, Bernie Taupin

5x8" watercolor moleskine, pitt pen

Drawn at the tire shop, getting a flat repaired.

Lounging in the waiting area, diner era red leatherette chairs.

Tiny Dancer playing, reminding me of listening to the radio on breezy summer afternoons, trying to hit RECORD+PLAY as a song began, to capture the music on my cassette recorder!

♦ ♦ ♦

Drawn last week, must have done two in one day and posts mixed up, so here it is.

{AEDM #14 2010}

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Reader Comments (4)

love that you did this while you were getting a flat fixed!!

11.14.2010 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

Your mandala reminds me of a twirling dancer! That's an awesome song, huh? Sounds like we're of the same age group.

11.14.2010 | Unregistered CommenterTravelingMermaid

Sorry, everytime I hear Tiny Dancer I think of the Friend's episode where Pheobe thinks the song is young Tony Danza. lol...love your art!

11.15.2010 | Unregistered Commenterpixie

Just found you at AEDM and I fell in love with your banner and the words "a vivid life with kids." Liking how you used your time at the tire shop also!

11.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterSusan Reep

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