Friday, February 27, 2009

Ahhh! To much to do, no time to blog...

Once again no IF. And it was a good one too, the theme was instinct. Maybe I will do it anyway this weekend and post it just for fun.

No video of the goon-dog as yet, but I have one planned for this afternoon. Stay tuned.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Still No IF drawing, sorry

So busy this week, didn't have a chance to do my drawing again. I'm not too bummed, however, the theme wasn't that great.

But here is a video of Boo-boo, to tide you over till next week.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

My Own Sour Dough

A thing of beauty is a joy forever. (Now, what movie is that from? Free slice of bread to the best guesser.)

Saturday, February 14, 2009

I Need Some Of This!

I need a baby fix!

Friday, February 13, 2009

An Illustration-less Friday.

Sorry, peeps. I didn't have time this week to do my IF drawing. But I will share these with you:

random doodles that I do while I'm thinking in bed before I go to sleep:

Thursday, February 12, 2009

A Correspondence No. 7

Mr. Edward Spencer: Greetings.

I feel compelled to inform you that while your scurrilous accusations may intimidate and sadden my client, they do not intimidate me. You must be aware that my client only returned to Nanjing, and hence to her computer and internet connection, on the afternoon of the 10th.
It was therefore impossible for her to communicate with your client before that time. She was busy being marched through the cities of Shanghai and Beijing by a tireless and exceedingly cruel German. If your client mistakenly believed that my client would be able to maintain communications throughout this inhumane treatment, she is completely wrong. Between tramping through temples and historic sites, arguing with shop keepers and cabbies, eating too many pastries and not enough street food, being compelled to visit German Pubs in the Chinese capital (to be force-fed schnitzel and cabbage), and directing a exhausting campaign of museum tours, my client was then disinclined to further search out scarce internet cafes.

My client expresses sympathy about your client's trying ordeal with above mentioned Crazy Mother (CM). But she would like to add that the CM deliberately chooses to burden your client with her craziness for reasons unrelated to my client. It is unfortunate, but my client is unable to think of a way to compel CM to more evenly distribute the craziness among them. She further states: "she would if she could, but she can't, so she won't".

This communication also serves to inform your client that she is now ineligible for reinstatement to the post of Older Sister, effective now. My client and I will be posting an advertisment for the opening immediately in all of the major world newspapers, including the New York Times, The Times of London, and the International Herald Tribune. Due to your clients pig-headed lack of empathy regarding the extenuating circumstances my client found herself in, my client and I now believe that your client is unfit for the position. If however, your client would like to prove that her Older-Sisterly capabilities remain unimpaired, she is welcome to send all conciliatory packages to the address that your client undoubtedly has on record.


Sir Bynum

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

A Correspondence No. 6

Dear Mr. Bynum,

While your client's assertions that merely habitating in an Asian backwater may sway my client's sensibilities, they do not affect mine. My client has been under quite unusual stress this past fortnight, worrying about the safety of her sister. Please be reminded that the last communication between them was executed in such a way as to persuade my client that her sister was going to be back in communication after 7 days. This was either not the case, or the
sister's grueling and onerous social life must have kept her from immediately contacting my client upon her return.

Regardless of the paltry excuses offered by your client, the resignation will stand until such time as my client receives the aforementioned endowment. On a personal note, I would like you to remind your client that the reason the two women entered into a delicate contract such as this one was to allay such items as these "lonely" and "forlorn" experiences.

Be that as it may, my client would like to pass a message on to your client. The message is this: their shared mother is crazy and will be contacting your client regarding sustenance for a one Mr. Johannes. It is recommended that your client not "take the bait" as it were when prodded by the maternal figure (as will inevitably occur). Additionally, the craziness is such that it should have been shared, as in this manner is has reduced potency and makes the likelihood of infection substantially remote.

Please feel free to contact me regarding any further questions. Until then, I remain yours in the barrister brotherhood,

Mr. Ed Spencer, LLC, esq., II, Jr., BA, MBA, MSBS, PA, MPH, QWERTY

Sunday, February 1, 2009

How cute is this baby?

So cute! I love her! I just want to kiss her all over!