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Been spending way too much time recently fixing typos in my blog posts. Normally I’m at least a decent writer, good enough to manage it’s and its, anyway. Miss Foote taught me better than that, back in high school. She … Continue reading
I happened to be riding in the car with a friend of mine today, and he told his fellow passengers that at school this week their class had made a list of a hundred words that began with the letter … Continue reading
Here in the file of Things I’m Saving Because There Might Be A Blog Post In Them is the tag off a “TEKLA” dish towel from Ikea. That’s the thin white one with the red stripe, the one that’s so … Continue reading
A cartoonist spent a day out today, wandering across two counties, scribbling in her notebook, taking pictures of random objects, eating in cafes, and shopping. There were many things to want and buy! Which of the following did she bring … Continue reading
Five things found under the stove when we moved it to install a new heating element: a tablespoon a dinner knife a large wooden spoon with a long handle the bottom part of a broiler pan a Christmas cookie (undecorated) … Continue reading
Today’s top ten things, in no particular order: Cardigan Welsh corgis Welcome to Night Vale the ultra smooth nibs of well worn fountain pens Pentax cameras the “selection” tool Gogol Bordello The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Ben and … Continue reading
A very useful piece of work was accomplished in the course of the long wrangle over the title and cover design for the book that is now Junkyard Moon. I generated a long list of potential titles for future projects, … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve dipped into the cartoonist’s notebook and seen some of the random stuff recorded there. For new readers, the notebook is not an artistic invention; it’s an actual little Moleskine with a black leatherette coverthat … Continue reading
All out Midwestern readers are probably familiar with the big summer flea market in Shipshewana, Indiana, but here in Northern Indiana, Southern Michigan and selected bits of Ohio and Illinois, we are particularly fond of its cold weather cousin, Shipshewana … Continue reading