My wife likes to doodle. According to Wikipedia, "a doodle is an unfocused drawing made while a person's attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or my just be abstract shapes." OK, that is the definition, but what my wife does is a little beyond that. I told you before she (and once in awhile I do too) makes cards to send every weekday to my aunt in a nursing home in Pennsylvania. She often decorates the envelopes with what she calls doodles. Yesterday, she got the idea to color these doodles, so she had two cards already made up with doodles all over them and gave one to me to color and kept one to color. I figured that it would only take a short time but we both spent almost all day and into the evening on this project. Now I appreciate what she does every day a lot more since I helped out on these cards. Here is a picture of the two cards with a typical decorated envelope:
Remember that my wife did all the doodles and I just colored one of them. Do you want to guess which one I did and which one my wife did? Just thought you would like to see them. Now you all have a great day today, you hear?