This last Tuesday, I spent most of the afternoon tidying up my writing-slash-drawing desk because I found it difficult to be creative in such a mess. You could say it was an excuse because in truth, I wasn’t feeling particularly creative on Tuesday. You might also give me a side-eye because – let’s get real… Read More Lessons from my drawing pad
Sifting through my media file, I came across a bunch of photos from a trip we took to Phoenix in mid-March, pre-COVID-19 lockdown. Remember that time? Gosh it was nice. I totally meant to tell you about this trip, hence why the photos were in my media file. Specifically, I meant to tell you about… Read More On Artists, Museums, and not being an a**hole
It wasn’t a resolution of mine, but it just so happens that with the new year I’ve been starting each morning with a bit of drawing and a lot of clarinet practice. As far as the drawing goes, Daughter gave me these cool watercolor markers that are incredibly fun. One end has a brush tip… Read More The reason for my extended absence is simple: I’ve been doodling.
I’m working on something that’s not quite up to my typical blogging standards (Read: lazy and haven’t finished it yet), so here’s a quickie. Consider it a footnote to last week’s weather post. There’s a row of maple trees that line the street between the convent where I work and the hospital where I don’t… Read More Weather Post, Part 2
According to my blog’s stat page, I haven’t written squat since Christmas Eve. Is that right? *receives note* Okay, my editor says I shouldn’t openly admit how long it’s been since I last wrote, and… *receives another note* Okay, I’m also not supposed to mention how my editor sends me notes. *receives third note* Oh… Read More Ceiling Theology