Simple pose of a young lady.
Todays my birthday, lol. Anyone want to guess how old I am?
Congratulations. Why are you so sure we want to know
Usually everyone wants to know how old someone is.
OK you’re right. As you certainly have hair and I don’t, you must be younger than I am; as you apparently have the patience to draw beautiful women instead of not stopping fumbling them, you must be older than 30 (how am I doing so far?). So between 30 and 50 and I’ll be nice and give you a decent 31?
Happy Birthday, Kirby! And Happy 199th post!
Thanks Leo just missed that 200th post, lol.
Happy Birthday, Kirby!
I like Renefitjen’s line of reasoning!
Happy belated birthday Kirby. You are a favorite of mine. I can’t wait to see what you are doing at age 50.
Happy belated Birthday and best wishes. I also think you r around 28. Correct?
A belated happy birthday-wish from me as well … I guess you still haven’t revealed the secret … keep on posting your special work!
Thanks Marcia, I will deffinitely be better by 50 for sure. Thanks Nikira a little off on that guess :). Rene guessed the closest. Thanks Rodney and Margie. I’m actually 34, and don’t mind telling people its just an age. I don’t feel 34 or maybe I do :). I can’t run like I used to due too foot pain. I used to run everywhere and loved it an hope one day to return to it, its my utmost passion. It’s just you and the path you chose to run, just awesome. But now I ride my mountain bike like I used to run, all out and loving it. The longest ride I went was a couple days ago a 20 mile ride. I think I need a road bike for farther distances :). More places to sketch too. Theres not a lot of hills around here so I make do over the overpasses and some bridges when I get a chance. Theres on in Kemah that just wooped my legs and had to sit down once, but I made it to the top without stopping I made sure of that, lol. It was a long ride for sure.
I know exactly what you mean Kirby, I ran for thirty years now. But last year I had to diminish as well, also due to footproblems. I tried biking and it’s not that I dislike it, but it’s not the same thing. I missed the rythm of the feet, the scent of trees and fields, the salty taste of my sweat, the light in the foilage above, the slow changes of perspective, the “flow”.
Essentially biking goes too fast.
I went to a sports doctor, the pain in the foot seems to be gone now, I am glad to be able to pick up my training again.
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