One of the freeing aspects to having this drawing tablet is the ability to sit down, doodle with no expectations, see what happens and then easily save it and share it without the hassle of transferring the creation from sketch book to computer.
I enjoy scribbling away and then seeing what kind of story I can pull from the image.
Meant to balance out last Sunday’s cartoon. Change is good except when it isn’t. Tradition is great until it shuts the stained glass window on the new wind of the Spirit. Wisdom is more valuable than all.
Whatever era you harken back to as “the good old days,” I promise you, it was not as good as you remember it. Our memories are selective when it comes to the past and, too often, we try to recreate or cling to something that didn’t actually exist. Honor and learn from the past, but move on.
Change should come slowly, if at all. It should be introduced as a possibility with a lead time of one year. Change should be scheduled according to convenience. Change needs to woo and seduce if it is to be accepted. That’s what I think.