We were all set to bring Gertrude out for this month’s Critter of the Month post, but she slipped away from us when we had our backs turned. Next thing y’know she’s made herself comfortable in my zinnias and is munching away! Good thing they’re sturdy flowers and grow back fast.
I am sorry for not having this month’s post ready in time. I hope you enjoy this silly doodle while you wait. I will try my best to have the post up by the end of the week.
P.S. This month’s critter is not actually Gertrude. I just couldn’t resist drawing this silly little scene. Let’s just say it’s Gertrude’s fault the post is late.
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