Confessions to a Stranger

A brief conversation with a little girl at my daughters school went something like this

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About Laura Quick

A professional and published London based Illustrator, with a client list including The Guardian, The Independent and AnOther Magazine, Laura set up The Daily Think to showcase her own self initiated work - based on daily life. The things we see, hear and do everyday often from an amusing angle. To make life easier to swallow.
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8 Responses to Confessions to a Stranger

  1. AhoyIzzy22 says:

    Brilliant!
    Don’t you just love em’

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  2. I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award because I love reading your blog so much. Here’s a link: https://hannahreadfilms.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/1569/

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  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Ha!ha! Cute! (And a nice drawing) At least I think the little is conscious…
    When my little sister was 6 or so (I was 8-9) she fell and broke her arm. She wore a full cast for months (complications) and would use her cast very aptly hitting me hard! I complained to my mother: why can’t I hit her back? Darling you can’t, she has a broken arm… šŸ˜¦
    šŸ™‚
    Thanks for the post.
    Brian

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  4. umadevu says:

    Aww thats so cute.. ^_^

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  5. Reminds me of my granddaughter how sweet

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  6. Sahar Sultan says:

    Wow your illustrations are just so brilliant! I haven’t seen any like these before, just love ’em!
    Iā€™d love it if you visit my log at https://diyinadorm.wordpress.com/ and let me know what you think
    Happy blogging!

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