Me & My Skeptical Heart

In a world where words can hurt, I’d rather draw”

In my younger years, I was never much of a talker.
While as an adult I did outgrow the awkwardness, the fundamental shyness remained.

Ever since the internet became a daily part of everyone’s life, the written word has become a possibility.
And for a couple of years I have enjoyed expressing my story through blogging.
But lately I have found a way that works better than anything else:


I invite you into the magical world of the Emotion Doodles.
Emotion Doodles are funny and friendly little creatures who show their true self in daily life activities.
Get to know them and find out which one suits you the most!

As you can see, I am a Skeptic at Heart 😉



  1. Andrea, thank you for choosing to follow my blog, Bobbing Around. I hope my words will be of service to you for a long time. I am no good with drawing and the like, but paint with words.


  2. Thanks for visiting me! You are really talented. Do you do your art on a drawing tablet? I love your grumpy fish and chameleon doodles.


  3. Thank you so much for your compliment!
    I also prefer the grumpier/unimpressed looking doodles 😄.
    Yes, I use a simple tablet and an app called Sketchbook. It is a very decent free app 🙂


  4. Hi from the Czech Republic … I believe that You like life with a muse, just like me … You are amazing, I wish You good luck in Your work! 🙂


  5. I have always admired those who can translate ideas into images/art. My dad was an amazing artist, unfortunately I only got the idea part…not the ability to translate it into anything that looks worth a hoot. Your gift is a shinning light on humanity- keep on shinning Andrea!


  6. Doodling is the best! I can’t seem to stop doing it, haha.
    Thank you!
    I will say that my skills improved a lot when I started drawing digitally! It is just easier to make shapes and erase a mistake. I use the Sketchbook app. It is for free, ad free and really quite advanced 🙂

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  7. Thanks for the app recommendation, Andrea! I will check it out. I mostly just doodle in notebooks while taking notes—in meetings, at church, etc. It helps to flesh out my notes.


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