This is a little something that has been sitting around since October. Harold Rogers visits us at Ford Baptist Church once a month to teach us old songs, give lectures on song writers, and to sometimes hold a quiz. He likes to make fun of me due to this one time many months ago that I innocently and cutely drew a tiny little elephant on a sheet he gave out... honestly, it wasn't my fault. Other drawing fanatics should understand, you have a piece of paper, you have to draw on it. He even once gave me a pack of twixes (which I greedily didn't want to share) to make up for always picking on me. Personally, I like those kind of bribes. Anyway, a while ago he gave me a quiz which required animal drawings to replace words in a little story thing. Here it is:
John and I were getting ready for a party. "Have ... (ewe)
got your coat," he said, "it looks like it's going to
When we got there we went though the back way through the garden, where we met a vicar in a
... collar, who was admiring the
...kins and the
However, no sooner had we joined the other guests in the house when a man with a
... moustache invited us to join him for a glass of wine. He wasn't the type to
... you or to
... his opinions down your throat, but he was an
... all the same.
There was a delicious buffet, but Gary, the black
... of the family, made rather a
... of himself and was looking a bit sick.
Afterwards we played games, including one where we had to
... our tummies, but we all agreed that we had a really good time.
I really hope you all enjoyed that, I know that I did. It was so much fun to draw so many different animals (some of which I had never drawn before as far as I remember). I used photo references for all of them as I realised I didn't know what many of them actually looked like (found on google so I am sure you'll come accross them if you tried).