March 27, 2015 – Take time for you March 27, 2015 Penny Redshaw daily giraffesart, cartoon, drawing, illustration, inspiration, life, motivation Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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I so need my daily giraffe!
Your cartoons have a wonderful warmth to them. Keep it up!
Thanks so much :) I’ll try!
You are a talented and amazing artist! I so appreciate the thought and effort you take to draw each illustration every day. I have been sending these wonderful images of encouragement to friends and co-workers and have been including them on the reports I send to inspire my team. Thank you so much for everything that you do to brighten our world.
That is so beautiful to hear, thank you so much for sharing that with me. I’m so glad you like them :) thank you for following. I hope you have a fantastic day :)
Oh how nice, I love your art!
That’s definitely advice to live by. I tell myself that I’m actually no good to anyone with flat batteries so I need to recharge myself first.
Oh that’s good advice, I like it!
Very well said 😃
What awesome drawings!
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He looks peaceful and happy. Wonderful idea and a wonderful way to show it. :)
I needed this today. Thank you. :)
Thank YOU, take care my friend :)
Good subject for the day! This is a concept that is often hard to actually do… hard to carve away a little time to not worry about things and not try and organize… but just to be and mellow. I honestly have a tough time mastering relaxation.
Oh yes I will indeed, thanks motivating giraffe LOL
I really love your giraffe posts :)
Thanks Eva, I love your beautiful art :) Have a great weekend!
We always forget to take time for ourselves…Thanks for reminding me :-]
Take care my friend :)
Reblogged this on A Sawyer's Daughter and commented:
Something fun – and wise! – from a new favorite blog of mine!!
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One of my favorite pages! An amazing artist with inspirational messages. Personally I like elephants but I have become a fan of the giraffe! Check out Motivating Giraffe!
Thanks so much, Brook! I’m glad you like the blog! :)
Amazing work. I am always awaiting the next installment. Keep up the great work!
Thanks :-) for the reminder…
I am so pleased that a friend reblogged your work! You are so very clever. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent 😀
Thanks very much! Have a beautiful weekend! :)
Thank you for visiting my blog Penny. I love your Giraffes, everyone of them, you are very talented!
Thanks so much :) I love your art and photography!!
Penny, your drawings are delightful. Really reminds me of the graphic freshness and just pleasant drawings of H.A. Rey (but with their own originality).
Thank you so much, that’s awesome encouragement :)
Great giraffe philosophy, Penny! I love your drawings…and the messages.
So true. I need to do more taking time for myself. I’ve started going outside for a few minutes on my good days to get some time. I don’t take nearly enough time though. Great post. I love all of the pictures and posts you have.
Thanks so much. It’s definitely good to take time for yourself, even if it’s a short time. Love your blog as well :)
You’re welcome. Thank you. I appreciate it. I hope you have a beautiful Easter and a beautiful day. :-)
Reblogged this on Notes & Drafts and commented:
There are a lot of motivational quotes floating around online for those feeling unmotivated. Though I enjoy them from time to time, my medicine will always be Calvin and Hobbes. Recently, however, it was Penny Redshaw’s Motivating Giraffe that did the job. Much like the observant and lighthearted works of Bill Watterson, Penny Redshaw captures a bright and youthful optimism and ties it together with good simple advice. So grownups and kids who are feeling blue are officially recommended to visit: https://motivatinggiraffe.com/ .