Two doodles from the first couple weeks of August. Everything was terrible but these turned out okay… for experimental dribble. pffbbttt~
this is too real
Chito and Pocho
Chito says goodbye to his bestfriend Pocho, the seventeen foot half ton crocodile.
Gilberto “Chito” Shedden found Pocho over 20 years wounded and near death. Pocho had been shot in the left eye by a cattle farmer. Chito didn’t have the heart to leave him, so he took him back home and nursed him back to health. A decade of friendship later, someone saw Chito and Pocho swimming together and told the local media.
By the summer of 2000, they had become stars after their first show. Large groups of people would gather to watch these two perform tricks like winking, rolling over and allowing Chito to put his head inside the giants mouth.
Chito and Pocho grew closer and closer with each amazing performance. Not only were the performances amazing, but also the fact that a human and crocodile could become such close friends. People were amazed. It’s always beautiful to see a strange friendship like the one Chito and Pocho had.
My education in a nutshell
ive had an awful day but i got a cute bikini
Vegan Chocolate Truffles - As Requested
IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!
I want more fat characters who aren’t comic relief
this cat is chubby halloween
THIS CAT HAS THE EYES OF SAURON
KIITTY TONGE KITTY TONEUG KTTY TONGUE
THIS KITTY IS SAURON.
I don’t understand. Bob Ross is a legend
A great addition to your garden or back yard. - Bee watering station.
Bees need water just like we do but often times drown in open water. To make a bee watering station you can either do what is shown in the photo above and fill the bowl of a dog/cat watering jug with stones or you can fill a small dish with marbles and add water to that. That way the bees have something to land on!
YES. I need to start a bee sanctuary.
This is a cool idea!
Definitely a great idea to have a constant-feed waterer!! Fill it with stones/small rocks/marbles, even packing peanuts - just give them enough of an island to land on and stay dry so they can get a sip. :)
US Residents, Check out:
Pollinator.org for more references, info, and ideas on how to help our pollinator friends!