Almost like how Woody broke the rules.
Anyway, I'm going back to school tomorrow for my Spring semester, and I decided to finish one last piece. This was a sketch I did somewhere during free-time in one of my classes from last semester; yeah, some of the pictures in my gallery were sketched up during class-time.
Everyday after school, I come home, and the first thing I do is turn on the TV, and Disney Junior is on
and I wait for some of my favorite shows to arrive, like Doc McStuffins. I love that channel.
Some of you who are my age will be asking 'Aren't you freaking old for that channel?'
Oh, please, like a number of shows directed at kids, especially at little girls
, the shows on that channel even have older audiences, some people even older than me.
I still remember when it used to be Playhouse Disney, now the channel has quite improved into a new network, and some old shows we remember when we were little kids are there, like Handy Manny and Higglytown Heroes. And let's not forget the new series Sofia the First
Other than Sofia, Doc McStuffins
is a show I look forward to every day, morning, noon, and night. Trust me, it's a nice show, and the fact that it involves an African-American girl with dreams of becoming a doctor just like her mother and
the ability to talk to toys is something very original, and very inspirational to girls to dream big.
One of her best friends is a stuffed dragon by the name of Stuffy. Watching Stuffy do his stuff reminds me of some cartoon dragons I recall from childhood, like 'Dragontales'
and let's not forget the conjoined dragon, Devon and Cornwall, from the old movie 'The Quest for Camelot'
And then I remember 'Hey! I can't forget about little Spikey Wikey!'
That loyal assistant has met fully-grown dragons, teen dragons...what would happen if he met Stuffy the stuffed
It would be like Sid's ordeal from the first Toy Story
Well, despite going back to school, it won't keep me away from my television and my favorite shows, and definitely not away from Stuffy and the other toys.
Doc and Stuffy from Doc McStuffins (c) Chris Nee
Spike from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (c) Lauren Faust