Haiga for Celie

If you don’t know Celie and her wonderful blog at The Kitchen’s Garden, you haven’t lived. Here are two of the characters you  will find:  an anonymous piglet – those destined for the table are not named other than as generic plonker –  and a hopefully pregnant Aunty Del.Celie's plonker  haiga
Plonker needs to borrow Aunty Del’s tongue

Celie's Anty Del  haiga
If Aunty Del can do it why can’t the Plonker?

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5 Responses to Haiga for Celie

  1. This was good for a smile. Auntie Del can really work that tongue! Even the plonkers are cute in their own way. Great tribute to them. 😉

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  2. Joss says:

    saw a rather large pig being herded across the road yesterday. am guessing he was on his way to market…and not to buy veggies!

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  3. katechiconi says:

    The difference is, Aunty Del keeps her nose clean, in all senses of the word, whereas the plonkers always have their noses in some naughtiness 🙂

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