30 Day Drawing Challenge

I came across this post in Allison Lehman's Show & Tell blog and decided to take on the 30 Day Drawing Challenge.  I love doodling.  I'll show you mine if you show me yours. If you'd like to share your sketch on my blog, just email it to me by noon the day of.   Don't be shy. The corn dog of confidence compels you to share.  Here are Allison's. 

Day 1:   Yourself
Day 2:   Favorite animal
Day 3:   Favorite food
Day 4:   Favorite place
Day 5:   Best friend
Day 6:   Favorite book character
Day 7:   Favorite word
Day 8:   Favorite animated character
Day 9:   Favorite TV show
Day 10: Favorite candy
Day 11: Turning point in your life
Day 12: Most recent accomplishment
Day 13: Comic
Day 14: Favorite fairytale
Day 15: Family picture
Day 16: Inspiration
Day 17: Favorite plant
Day 18: Just a doodle
Day 19: Something new
Day 20: Something orange
Day 21: Something you want
Day 22: Something you miss
Day 23: Something you need
Day 24: A couple
Day 25: Scenery
Day 26: Something you don't like
Day 27: Someone you love
Day 28: Anything you'd like
Day 29: A place you want to go
Day 30: A congrats banner for finishing the challenge

I'm starting October 1st.


Elephant Poo

Okay. How cool is this. One of my best friends growing up visited recently.  She was a double-decker bus tour guide at the San Diego Zoo and brought this ELEPHANT POO pad of paper to me as a present. That's right.  Elephant poo.

The paper manufacturer explains their line of thinking to this effect:

Elephants eat lots of grass.  That means elephants make lots of poo also.

Grass is fiber.

Poo is fiber.

Paper is made of fiber.    .   ...  ....HEY!

Know someone who'd appreciate the gift?  3 months til Christmas. You can order more elephant poo products online at the Sandiego Zoo Store.

And no, I haven't touched it with my hands yet.



My blog was eaten by monsters.  I'll have a brand new shiny one real soon!