Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Anatomy of a Lupie

Image:  Picture of painting model.  Text Anatomy of a Lupie.  With arrows, and handwritten notes (copied in text below)

Time for an anatomy lesson.  This is a Lupie's body, and what each part does.

Let's start from the top of the illustration.

Face - for butterfly rash.

Head - for headaches, brain fog, forgetfulness.

Back and neck - for mystery pains.

Joints - for pain.

Gut - for IBS, intolerances, general discomfort.

Skin - for random rashes.

Hands - for dropping things.

Feet - for tripping over on flat surfaces.

1 comment:

  1. Fortunately, it remains the bootie - for sitting on a good chair, take a breath, read a story to your lovely granddaughter, and enjoy that moment.


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