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A page from one of my post-cataract surgery green-lined journals. Brush pen and watercolor.
I have been greedy for books my whole life! As early as two years of age I remember coveting books. Adults had books. Adults could peer into a book and pull something out of it. I didn’t yet know what reading was called, but I saw the results—people communicating by deriving messages from the pages […]
I tend to work in a series and this was item three in a series this spring that started with the image I posted in September 16th’s blog post. The second image in the series was the image in Monday’s blog post. What Do They Have in Common That Holds Them […]
If you’ve spent any time with me in the past year you’ll know that I’m preoccupied with villains. In the waiting room at the eye doctor recently I jotted down this conversation I had with Dick. His response was inflected like a question…
Don’t worry, I still have my braids. It helps to get a second opinion.
Sometimes the hand zigs when you want it to zag and something odd, like a dictator’s stare, seems like an intentional message from our subconscious.
Today’s image has nothing to do with Memorial Day. I simply like to post a sketch with each blog post. I have written a post on Memorial Day pretty much every year I’ve had the blog. I think I’ve covered what I need to say about Memorial Day. I have a lot to be grateful […]
It is a universally understood truth that when I see hair I go big. We can chat about this some day, but I think it’s obvious why—I spent my childhood and young adulthood focusing on birds and dogs—it’s all about the volume.
Let me begin this post by stating: this is not an April Fool’s Day prank. I’m serious about the ability of visual journaling to end arguments. First you have to keep a visual journal. Next you and whomever you’re arguing with have to have a good sense of humor and a developed ability to […]