Sunday, January 4, 2009


Originally uploaded by doubledorkmeter
About this Drawing:

Quoted from Wikipedia about Ladybugs:

In parts of Northern Europe, tradition says that one's wish granted if a ladybird lands on oneself (this tradition lives on in North America, where children capture a ladybird, make a wish, and then "blow it away" back home to make the wish come true). In Italy, it is said by some that if a ladybird flies into one's bedroom, it is considered good luck. In central Europe, a ladybird crawling across a girl's hand is thought to mean she will get married within the year. In some cultures they are referred to as lucky bugs (Turkish: uğur böceği)

An image like this would make a great gift for that cubical or next to your view of the garden.

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