Tuesday, January 29, 2008

More Panera Eavesdroppings



More Eavesdroppings from my time in Panera. Maybe I can use some of these in the future for some cartoons.

"
The parents are wackos!

She wound up meeting a guy, but she was actually after some other guy.

Their benches were so filthy, that when I got my food I didn't want to eat it.

If we don't have the music on, she says, "I don't hear any music!" And then we have to turn it on.

Have you ever seen a mosh pit, where the jazzy kids get together, shoulder to shoulder, and you can't move?

His head was sort of stickin' in the window, and I think he was tryin' to smell liquor.

She wanted to take the Euro train from London to Paris, but nobody would go with her.

I LOVE the Dollar Store.

Are all the Quiznoses closed?

LOOK AT THE BROWNIES MOMMY LOOK AT THE BROWNIES!

Let me smell you.

"

Saturday, January 26, 2008

My 3rd Office & some random EAVESDROPPINGS



This third office is my "undisclosed location." I come here at least once a week. I recommend the cappuccinos here, as long as I can see who's making them. There is one lady who I trust will always make it just right.

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RANDOM EAVESDROPPINGS from my many hours working out & about:


I thought I was the only one with a UPS boyfriend!

She brought her own pillow so she wouldn't catch herpes.

The Hills is a GREAT show.

The other thing they had was tuna noodle casserole.

They are preaching against the United States of America!

Do not get it wet. Because the glue underneath will dissolve.

I just got a new skirt and I know I will never wear it.

She's a lovely girl, she's very sweet, but she's 22.

They both die but it's not sad.

*disclaimer: I cannot validate the accuracy of these claims. These statements do not necessarily reflect the opinions of My Life is a Cartoon or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

My Panera Office



This morning I am in my Panera office. This is my favorite of my four offices. I travel out here about 30 minutes from my home in the farm lands into the hoity toity side of town, where I can feel like a part of the working world.

They have free coffee refills here, nice open seating and free wifi. I'll stay here through breakfast and lunch and work on my website.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

My Starbucks Office


Welcome to my Starbucks office. This is where I like to work in the mornings sometimes, at the back table of this room that's more like a hallway. Unfortunately there is no free internet in here, but I enjoy working with Photoshop or just doodling in my sketchbook. The coffee seems to work better for my brain in Starbucks than at home.


I have a view out this window of the traffic going around the "circle," where I can watch car after car ignoring the yield sign.

This is just one of my four offices. More photos to come.

Friday, January 18, 2008

random thought of the day

I think it is very weird to pour your cream into your cup before your coffee. Not that there's anything "wrong" with that... it's just not my thing.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

random thought of the day

It must be hard to get people to take you seriously if you have teeth like Bugs Bunny.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Cute Overload


I call him the cutest of all the cutes who ever lived.

Check out the edges on this photo. I got the coolest program for Christmas called PhotoFrame Pro, that adds all kinds of interesting edges to photos. I'm having a ton of fun playing with this thing.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008



I'm in Starbucks this morning and a guy decided to plop himself down at the table directly in front of me, in the seat facing me. So now I can't ever stare straight ahead without risking making awkward eye contact with him.

Another uncomfortable situation is if someone sits near you, and you were about to leave anyway, but if you get right up and leave you look like you hate the person.

Monday, January 07, 2008

The Biggest Loser



OK, George would hate it if he knew I'm posting these pictures, but I've been wanting to for a long time. On the left is the old George. On the right is the 50-pounds-lighter new George. He lost 50 pounds over the course of a year just by eating less.