Tuesday, June 05, 2007

not too much is going on

A couple of doodles I drew in Chili's.


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Hallmark started charging $1.49 for some of their ecards. What's up with that?

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This is my miniature forest.


It is sometimes inhabited by a small furry black and white creature.

8 comments:

Anju said...

wow..I really like your blog! I recently started adding my cartoons to my site and I was surfing blogs and I came across "my life is a cartoon" and I'm like "mine too!". :)

Dawn said...

I'll never think the same about lemon slices again...

Aunt Jo said...

i had never thought about the lemon's life BEFORE it came to be in my glass. thanks. i will never order lemon again. i will bring my own thankyouverymuch.

skippy looks like a fluffy cute skunk. :o) but i am sure he smells better!

Carly said...

is that a chinchilla?

Ba Doozie said...

ditto AJ...he looks like a cute little skunk in that picture. I"m like you I imagine who all has touched my food..ick

Jenn said...

anju, thanks for visiting my blog! Nice to meet you!

dawn, what's stuck in the ice cubes is even worse...

aj, he is a nice smelling little skunk.

carly, that is a poofy poofer. A poofy schmoofy, of the back yard variety.

ba doozie, sometimes I'd rather not know, or think about it. But when you cannot get out of the bathroom without grabbing a fecal-infested door handle, it doesn't matter if those employees wash their hands or not.

Charles said...

Ya know...after having a baby, one's tolerance for crying increases quite a bit. At first I was thinking "how do I stop this thing!?". Now it doesn't bother me quite as much. When I hear a crying baby in the store I think "I'm sooo happy it's not mine:)". It's a good feeling.

Jenn said...

Chuck, no kidding! The people with crying kids in restaurants seem to forget that the rest of us are not as immune to it. I do understand what you mean though, in my case we are very used to barking.