It is January 28. Just a few more days in the month are ticking away. As the first month of the year passes, there are several things I am hoping to complete, manage, share that will help get me firmly started on this year in terms of the notes I [...]
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I owe Tammy at Daisy Yellow answers to some questions. I’ve been dragging my heels forever. Months. On some level, I can’t piece it all together. On some level, I can’t shut up. On some level, I know no one cares. On some level, I feel so far from the [...]
Sunday. I hope all of you are celebrating Mother’s Day — and being celebrated. And maybe somewhere in your day are a few coveted minutes and a cup of tea (or something deeper and redder) and time to reflect on the day, on the role, on the years of [...]
Monday. I wanted to post yesterday. In the midst of a marathon-three days of busyness, I realized that I was in the middle of an internal avalanche of words and philosophy and emotion. Though I feel I’ve shut down my words in all mediums, all of a sudden stories [...]
I will save my surprise and the story of how this came to be for a story someday (that thing I sometimes do called a podcast). But once he spilled the beans to me that he had sort of liked my idea to do a panel a day (or even [...]
And that something is… giving in to imperfection and drawing in the moment rather than ‘someday.’ What does that mean? It means that I decided last week to do a “what if” experiment and see what would happen if I do a graphic novel panel a day — recording something [...]
I stumbled over WanderMonster today. The story behind these back-and-forth, lunchbox, post-it-note comics is very cool: “Every day of school, from kindergarten through third grade, I have sent my son off with a sticky note fixed to the inside lid of his lunchbox. Each of these little pieces of colored [...]