Posted on April 22, 2016August 20, 2019 by heylookawriterfellowSome Weeks You Write a Blog Post… …and some weeks you need to draw a rhino on a tricycle. This was a rhino week. I regret nothing. Share this:TwitterMoreLinkedInFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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That’s a happy rhino. Regretting nothing is the only appropriate emotion!
Well, why wouldn’t he be happy? The lil’ fella’s got a bike!
Excellent. Don’t you go changin’, Ladieswholunch.
You either, writerfellow!
I’ll try, but I promise nothing.
When a rhino is that determined it’s unwise to say no to his whim. Wise choice and thank you caving in to rhino craving.
Rhinos should be the final authority on everything.
And they should all have rhinocercycles.
He doesn’t look like he’s going to travel too far with that flat, Mike! Sure there isn’t some strange subliminal message in there from your mind this week? lol
Message message message…
Let’s say the message is: “It doesn’t matter how long it takes to get to your destination as long as you enjoy the journey.”
Does that work for you?
Yes… but it’s going to take a really long time for that poor rhino to get anywhere since you’ve stalled him forever by making his tire flat!!!
He’s frozen in time, Mike! Maybe he represents writer’s block or something on a deeper level… like weight gain… do those apply to you recently?? lol
Sometimes a Rhino is just a rhino.
Okay then – thank you for the clarification. Blunt and factual is a very good thing. 🙂
My doodles rarely have subtext.
Yeah, sure. Don’t worry, I will do the psychoanalyzing for you 🙂
Deal — as long as you don’t make me sound too nutty.
Okay, I will stick with crazy and insane then. 🙂
Rhino what that’s like.
Rhino you know.
And now I have to write a poem to go with this. Hmmm…
You do indeed. Now get crackin’!
So cute! 🙂
Thanks, Courtney. I had fun with this little guy.
He’s happy 🙂
Well, sure! He’s a rhinocercyclist!
The rhino looks happy, the tricycle tire not so much. He needs an ATV. As always, love your doodles 🙂
Oh, he is too young to drive an ATV. No, the tricycle is age appropriate.
Oh. I see. Yes, he does have one of those innocent childlike faces. But the flat tire, Mike? What about the flat?
He’s not going to let his weight get in the way of his fun. Nor should he!
Such an optimistic rhino! Love his “can-do” spirit! Too bad that the get-up-n-go of his tricycle has got-up-n-went.
His mom should’ve sprang for the steel frame.
Mama rhinos are notorious penny-pinchers.
Yep. A spendthrift mama rhino is an endangered species these days.
And no regrets you should have. It’s marvelous!
No one should ever regret doodling a rhino. Frankly, I cannot think of a better use of my time.
Great rhino! And I love the way you did the tricycle. Is it going to be a book illustration?
I am playing with a story about a rhino, but we shall see…
“Regret is for suckers.”
Paul Newman in The Sting
Actually, it was ‘revenge is for suckers.’ Onec again, I claim artistic license.
I’ll allow it. (and agree with it.)
Agree – never regret or apologize for being totally awesome.
Are you calling me awesome?
You seem like a nice fellow, CJ.
Glad it elicited a chuckle, Parenting!
Please, call me PIF. “Parenting” makes me sound old and boring!
Will do, PIF. Will do.
Wonder what caused the flat. Do you know? You have provided fun for my day.
Let’s just say that the tricycle was not One Size Fits All.
Poem in five, four, three….
I’m on my way!
Happiest rhino I’ve ever seen! Obviously rhinos prefer tricycles to watering holes.
Well, who wouldn’t really?
Absolutely love the Rhino! He is adorable.
Thank you, Silk Purse. I had a lot fun drawing this not-so-little guy.
Hey look…A rhinocycle!
Yes, but I think I would call it a rhinocercycle.
Yep…I needed to see that today! 😀
Then my rhino has served his purpose!
It’s an awfully cute rhino.
Glad you approve, my friend. Here’s hoping all is well.
You need to add illustrator to your resume…you’d make a great children’s book illustrator!
I wouldn’t mind illustrating a book someday, that’s for sure.
😀 😀 glad to hear that!
thanks for the sharing. you’re rhino made me smile 😀 have a nice day !
Rhinos on tricycles are designed to make people smile, I think. Thanks for stopping by, Liny. Don’t be a stranger!
Everyone likes a red bike. (Nothing is difficult or a problem if you don’t recognize it as one)
You have a taken great wisdom from my silly little doodle. You ARE a philosopher mouse!
No doodle is silly, Silly. Doodles are great thoughts quietly sneaking out with humor. HA HA
Hi. Re: Your new post. It’s difficult to let you know our thoughts with comments turned off. Is that on porpoise?
Nope. It’s on walrus. (So sorry; I cannot resist these things.)
Actually, it was a mistake, but I have now changed the post to request feedback via email. Thanks for the catch, my friend!
LOVE this “doodle,” Mike. With a spokeless wheel and a flat tire, this poor fella needs AAA (or maybe RRR “Rhino Ready Retire”). No? How about a giddy hat for your adorably optimistic rhino?
He should be wearing a bike helmet. And if there were birds on his back, they should wear helmets, too.
Sounds good. How about adding a few interesting stickers. E.G.: “My other bike is a trike.”
I wondered where my bloody trike had got too! Oh well never mind – anyway Mike, what’s the difference between a well dressed Rhino on a tricycle and a shabbily dressed man on a bicycle?
Attire. (flat and all)
It’s always great you have you over, Roly, so I will do my best to stifle my groan.
this is awesome. I want to print a copy, frame it, an put it on my wall
Well, by all means, please do!
I would love to borrow your rhino! Much better than my grumpy one! Thank you, Mike. 🙂