Monday, December 6, 2010

Taking a Break? Hell No!

Well I'd like to say the lull in my blog was planned, but I got wrapped up in tons of work and life related events and as usual have neglected my blog. My unwavering portal to nowhere and everywhere. To no one and everyone. I can't believe how guilty I feel when I don't keep this up. By all levels of thought it really shouldn't matter whether I do or not but for some strange reason it does, to me at least. I have completed some projects but some I can not post as they are Christmas presents or there are just too many damn drawings to scan. But I will eventually scan everything and get it posted.

The World Must See What I Do!

We'll I have a sketch to finish in my Sketchbook Project sketchbook... Man I really lost momentum on that one. I have about 14 pages left and only just over a Month to finish and get the thing sent...

My wife is being really silly right now and I love it. She is the very best of people, I'm quite lucky.

Well as I said I'm off, keep an eye out for more stuff, I'll try and get it posted as soon as possible. Oh, I have started working as Art Director For Kayak: Canada's History Magazine for Kids. My first issue as Art Director arrives in mailboxes and on newsstands in February so keep an eye out for it.

Hugs and Kisses and Merry Quanza.


Adrian J.K. Shum, CGD said...


I'm sure that you know that I know what you're talking about and feeling re: blog neglect. It does weigh heavily upon my shoulders as well... what does one do when they've started 50+ posts since January and left them in draft stage? ;P

How does one recall the exact thoughts that they were intending to communicate at that specific moment in time (before something more important [or shiny] draws them away)... sigh.

I'm exceptionally happy for you and the family. You're some of the best folks I know! Keep doing what you're doing, and the rest will follow. Onward and upward my friend!

Best always! Cheers!

James said...


Although I rarely keep +50 blogs in the bank (usually it is about 45-46) I appreciate your sympathy. I will contact you via the phone or facebook soon we need to set up a time to Hang out. I'm afraid we got kind of lazy having trained so many years in Kyokushin together.

Cheers indeed!

Sophia said...

Hope this notes finds you and your family doing well and life a little less hectic? :) Glad to see you back.