Jazz Age Wednesdays 26 ― Hullaba Lulu

This is the project I’ve been working on with Teagan. She’s done a great job with the story!

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays.  As much as I love Pip and her friends, I was in the mood for a change of pace.  Today is the premier of a new mini-series.  It is not in the “Pip-verse” but it still takes place during the Roaring Twenties.  I hope my “voice” is different enough to distinguish this story from the ones featuring Pip. 

A while back Rob Goldstein offered to do some 1920s images for me, when one of my tales reminded him of stories his grandmother told him.  He mentioned a song his grandmother sang to him called “Don’t Bring Lulu.”  Right away I wanted to do a story related to it.  

Don’t Bring Lulu

For several weeks, Rob and I have had a great time playing with ideas for this story.  He quickly sent me several images for potential “Lulus,” and he created additional…

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15 thoughts on “Jazz Age Wednesdays 26 ― Hullaba Lulu

  1. I am speechless (and that’s hard to do!!! lol). This is stunning! Teagan – brilliant…Rob – brilliant…Teagan and Rob collaboration – fantabulous!!! And now I want pizza. 😉 Off to share so everyone in the whole wide world can find this and bask in the glow! Thank you, you made my week…my month, maybe my year! 🙂
    Mega Hullaba Lulu hugs to all. xoxoxoxox

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    1. Thanks so much, Kim. It’s a great pleasure to work with Rob. His images made the story, but he also made huge contributions to my story-mind in all the brainstorming we did. I don’t feel like I did any “lifting” at all. Hugs!

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