This year's illustrated Christmas card reveal includes a crazy story about the inspiration behind it. Click to see the drawings and the winners!
Every year, I handcraft my family's Christmas card. Guess what we are doing in this year's card, and I'll send one to you!
Faced with lying about my eligibility to get a COVID booster shot, and the decision to mix or match became a wild misadventure. Click for my paradoxical reaction and thoughts on superpowers from vaccinations!
Illustrating my family Christmas card is one of my favorite holiday traditions. Guess what our family is doing and win one!
When I decided to throw a Halloween costume party with my family, we enjoyed a Halloween feast and explored a corn maze under the moon. Click for fun and eerie photos!
This special month lurked in the shadows and emerged last night, along with an ironic full moon. It's October 1st. It's time for 31 DAYS OF CREEPY! Click for photos and ideas for a month of Halloween fun.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Weird, isn't it? With cancellations and bad news updating by the minute, it makes the Irish celebration a wee bit damp. Not to mention the drizzle lightly fallin' outside my window. Good thing I have a ridiculous video for yah. If you can handle four of me, then have a look!... Continue Reading →
After a week of sketching, inking, printing, cutting and pasting, I finished my annual family Christmas card. Whew! After adding up the hours, each card took around thirty minutes to make. It was a bumpy road for this Wild Rider. I'm sure you've been there too. This year, I struggled with every part of the... Continue Reading →
Seven hour jet lag, starting last Monday, and a fall back to standard time has messed with my internal clock and I rose with the birds this Sunday morning. Okay, before the birds. I've been like this for a week now and had a revelation about waking up early. Nearly two hours later I got... Continue Reading →
Last Saturday, Danny and I rode the chairlift with a friendly gentleman. We commented on the the fine weather and fresh snow and noticed his accent. This started a guessing game. He removed his goggles and squinted into the bright sunshine as Danny and I tried to guess his nationality. After naming eight or nine... Continue Reading →