Looking through old notebooks, I found this and realized I hadn't posted it before. I tell people how, when I was in seminary, I gave up on taking "regular notes" after the first semester, and just drew cartoons in class. Usually, that's followed up with something to the effect that, when I look at the cartoons, I get a larger sense of what was happening in class, what the relevant theological point was, or something to that effect. Not with this cartoon, though. I just like Bowie.
Just thought I'd let you know, this can't go on forever.
I'm not sure that "wiled" is a word, but I like thinking of Mai as a sort of Wile E. Coyote. Also, "xyled" isn't a word, and no one complained about that yet.
Married life is going well: yesterday we had a good "day off," of sorts. Both of us preach this week, so today is more sermon writing and less driving around and hanging out watching "Sherlock."
I'll post my sermon when I'm finished with it, I think it will be good.
Obviously this series can't go on forever, but I still have a few left, and then some cartoon ideas that I've squirreled away that I still need to draw (and scan and post). I can't spend all my "free time" working on my blog, but I hope to be posting more regularly again, now that I have a scanner, decent and reliable internet connection, and a shorter commute.
I am somewhat nervous about what comes next - that's probably for another post. But I'm happy to be finished with my previous job as of this afternoon. I'm tempted to complain about all the things that bothered me up through even the last few weeks, but you know what?