Mar 5, 2010

Clowning Around

Look. At. That. Hair.

My latest Shenanigan looked familiar but I couldn't place her until T asked me if she was a Koshari.

Never one to like clowns – most of them malicious rather than mischievous, if you know their history – I nonetheless find these fellows totally charming in an endearing, goofy way.

Maybe it's the wild get uppery and the cornstalkish hair they sport.

My Amish Girl has an extreme 'do, as well. Her locks are more or less covered up per religious instruction and the dogma of her own tribe.

Funny how we decorate ourselves, even when we don’t.
I’m off on a goofy adventure of my own this weekend. Won’t you join me Sunday for a chorus of “From the Sacred to the Profane”?
Take care!
Candace, Still In Athens.


Anne said...

Hi, Candace! Fun drawings! You always seem to infuse your girls with so much personality! :-)

dosfishes said...

Your sense of humor gal, I like your koshari especially the specs too.
Have a grand adventure.

femminismo said...

Very lively women. Even the Amish girl sports a bit of the mischief in her eyes. Koshari looks like a good place to be, hair-wise. No stray locks to worry about and they're decorated beyond belief! Love your girls, always.

Candace said...

Thanks, everyone for the fun comments about the Ladies. Yes, even that little Amish girl has a bit of spark to her...

Having a great time. Back Sunday!
Take care, everyone.

beedeebabee♥ said...

How cool is that koshari girl! I love the colors you used and those glasses...I need a pair of those! Miss Amish Girl, is very sweet also, and yes, I can see a bit of mischief in her eyes! xo Paulette