Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Drawing with, and for, children is great for the spirit!

Other than the daily interactions of working with and being around preschoolers...a very favorite part of  my job is when our classroom schedule allows me the opportunity to sit down and draw with, and for, the children. They are so appreciative and am I! :-)

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Another look inside the ol' sketchbook!

Continuing along the subject of 'one's sketchbook''s another page. This page was revisited several times over the course of a month or so. Again, hardly anything pertains to anything else on the page but each little image is it's own story. __For me, this is part of the fun I look forward to, when I go back in the future and try and recall what I was thinking or working on when doodling and sketching these things out :-)

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Working it out in the sketchbook!

My sketchbooks might be an example of what ADHD may look like. Totally unrelated sketches crammed onto the same page with no apparent train of thought but random images floating all over. Some more finished than others, some not finished at all and a lot of doodles. But the reality is, all the images actually are leading to something. It's all part of the process :-)

Sunday, March 1, 2015

I miss being able to run!

Running used to be one of my favorite things to do. Not jogging, although that was enjoyable too, but running. Just booking around the track! But due to knee issues, it's been years since I've been able to enjoy that.__On nice days like today, I miss it all the more. __Guess I'll let my cartoon friends run for me :-)

Monday, February 23, 2015

Underwear on the head theme...been around a long time!

The underwear worn on the head theme has run throughout my rediscovered in this nearly 20 year old documentary type strip I came across. The dalmatian, Sam, was our first dog and long since passed, but it's fun to see her, and the underwear, remembered here.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

You Know and Rhino There's Nothing Better Than A Good BM!

When I was young I never understood why the older generations felt it necessary to talk about their
bowel movements, and to do it with such pride. I mean, GROSS...right? _Well, now that I'm of that older generation, I get it. I mean, sometimes that's the highlight of one's sad as that may sound :-)

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Not all Christmas card submissions are winners.

Not all Christmas card submissions are winners. I recently found this old 'reject' and looking at it now, I don't blame the editors a bit for their decision...but to my immature little brain, I still giggle a bit to myself :-) Happy Holidays!