There once was a short story called Elephants and Zombies. It was written in 2010 and didn’t have a very happy childhood, because the author (that would be me) was… Read more The Making of Zombies and Elephants →
Preface: My eleventh to thirteenth grade art teacher, Mr. Ciolek, is a very talented, kind individual who has taught many a hopeless case how to paint and draw beyond their… Read more The Art Of Selling Art →
Here are some cool things from around the net. Wouldn’t want you to get bored until I post the next proper article in a year or so. Before this degenerates… Read more Lynx →
As Jonas has said over on his blog, 2012 has been a turbulent year. Difficult, but also hugely rewarding. This post was supposed to be about what we did in 2012 and, more importantly, which creative projects lie before us in 2013, but as I sit here and try writing that post I become aware of something that needs to be written first. I had an accident in May 2012. I haven’t written about the incident on this blog, but this will come as no surprise to those of you… Read more What Happend in 2012 and What Will Happen in 2013 →
So I’m reading A Son of the Circus by John Irving right now. I used to love Irving, but as I grow older (and have more Irving reading experience) my… Read more No Bears But Lots of Beaver →
My grandmother died today. Just like that. She wasn’t sick, not that anyone knew of anyhow. It just happened. One minute I’m calling my mom about meeting up later, the next minute mom calls me back to tell me that my gran just died. I really don’t want to write anything about how it happened. Or when. Or who showed up to express their condolences and what they said. It really doesn’t matter. All that is family business and it doesn’t contribute anything to what kind of person she was.… Read more Death →
I hate April Fools’ Day. Also: The blog is back.
Note: I originally wrote this several months ago, but neglected to edit and post it. Since our phone and internet contracts are now finally running out, I thought it would be appropriate. This is an age-old tale. Age-old in that it all started more than two years ago and age-old in that it surely has happened before to other people from other countries – in other centuries, even. As a matter of fact, I am sure that in ancient days cavemen were waylaid in their caves by travelling wheel salesmen… Read more Adventures In Customer Support →