Missed Opportunities


Having no regrets, the Vicious Frieze I (1987) just rode it out until 1988.

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves here.

I started doodling before writing this post, thinking it was 92, when in fact it is only 91.


Also, it was early. Like, 2 a.m. early.

When I was doodling/sketching/drawing/whatyouwill, I was thinking this:

1. A Hopeful Nod Toward the Future.
2. Perhaps Some Missed Opportunities.
3. A Chance to Experiment.

The order is a tad wonky, perhaps if my brain was in Edit Mode, I’d switch 3 with 2. But let’s dive in here:

Re: 1, when I started 100 Days, I was hugely underemployed. Now I have three gigs. I work 7 days a week now. My recreation time is golden. I plan to grab it back by returning to CITD, my longtime WordPress blog. It always gives me positive energy and doesn’t hurry me along like Medium seems to do.

Re: 3, “Asking ‘What if I drew (or sketched or doodled) for 100 Days straight? What would happen? (if anything.)’” This was a chance to experiment and play around. For that, I’m grateful for your time and attention, every single one of you. Thank you.

Re: 2, “Perhaps Some Missed Opportunities.” I enjoy collaboration, but it’s never been easy for me because I’m a self-admitted autocrat. I love back and forth (with the right people). So, I’m hoping in these last days of 100 to talk more about my expectations there.

For now, here’s your…

100 Days of Words and Art for May 12, 2017

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