Running low on sleep and inspiration, and also battling some serious boredom, ingenuity took over and I grabbed my wife's toes and a pen.
🕵️ Mission: Make @Sreypov Laugh
Pen, check, Wife's foot, check. The boredom was so thick today that it could almost be cut with a knife. Reaching deep to make my wife laugh and/or smile while also lacking artistic abilities, I was staring at my wife's toes when I imagined each toe as an individual character.
After realizing a red pen was a poor choice, I got to work on the big toe, attempting to pull off a mustache, and I think I kind of got it. It was the most exciting thing to happen in at least 3 hours, so the kids gathered round to watch.
With an audience watching, I began to take my craft seriously, and got to work on the next toe, trying to give it a different personality on a much smaller skin-vas.
I was a little let down at the more limited artistic range I had on this smaller toe, but I worked to create a happy and slightly ghoulish character.
With two down and three to go, I realize it was going to get progressively harder, both with decreasing skin-vas size, and also Pov's increasing ticklishness, making her a squirmy subject. I attemoted a tongue for the third character, and it didn't really look like a tongue after I was done, but it's not like I'm Toenardo DaVinci or something.
I decided the fourth character needs to freaking out, so I went with big bulging eyes and slightly sad expression. My dysfunctional toe gang was nearly complete, and the sense of satisfaction from a job well-done was beginning to take hold, only a pink toe left to go.
The last character had to be a cyclops because there was no way I was going to squeeze two eyes on a pinky toe. After all, it's not like I'm Pablo Toecasso or Vincent van Toes.
Monkey-B doesn't like to be left out of photos, so I told her to grab the art and enter silly goose mode. I think she captured the emotions I put into her mom's foot pretty well.
👩🎤 Hive's Next Up & Coming Star
Monkey-B has never shown much interest in making a post all by herself, but she has always like making videos as long as her big sister creates the post. Well, things are changing, and today I asked Monkey-B if she'd like to play around in a blank draft. She seized the opportunity and slowly typed her first Hive sentences.
I didn't want her to get stressed, so I called it quits after a few sentences, being sure to let her know all she needs is a few photos in between those sentences, and that's how a post begins to take shape. So, stay tuned Hivers for Monkey-B's first post, which I assume will have something to do with LEGOs.
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