I am finally going through my office, which has been boxed for over a year since departing my last church ministry. Besides finding my Spock bobblehead piece, I found an old sketch book. This sketch is from 1993 and is a study of a halogen torch lamp and an old-school push button phone. As my wife and I started out our new life together, Target had plenty of these lamps. They were all the rage back in the day. But, the phone from say 1979? That was old for even back then. Wireless handhelds were popular, but I am sure there was a spare room that included this phone which forever is captured in my sketchbook. If you have ever used an old AT&T phone you can imagine with me the weight of that thing. The handset was identical to the feel of every pay phone of the day which could be used as a weapon if it were not attached with a cord stronger than a titanium chain. Dropping the phone was not a problem, since engineers back then made sure it would not shatter like the cheap ones made after the breaking up of MaBell. Two items from yesteryear remind me of how time flies and of how ordinary objects become museum pieces or end up in a sketch book. So, the future…
I have enjoyed being part of the beta team for Google+! In fact, you can add me to yours is you are on it already. My profile page is http://gplus.to/rkweblog. Perhaps this Google+ inspired sailing boat scribbled durring a staff meeting means something under the surface. Any thoughts?
This hand is holding powerful ball. Will it be carried down the field or fumbled or…? Or, is this the Harry Potter game Quidditch?
Yes, this doodle from our staff meeting at Venture Christian Church looks like we are in warfare! Of course we are. Somehow, it shows my Monday brain hiccup pretty well I’d say. What do you think?
I think at our church staff meeting I was thirsty for a cold drink! By the way, such an honor to serve the pastors at Venture Christian Church, but obviously my doodles are a bit rusty. So, what does this doodle reveal about me and our meeting? Ideas?
Yes, I actually am having “meetings” again so after months of a hiatus from my doodles you will now begin to see them again. Feel free to psycho analyze me through them. This fat tree appears to be burning?
So, this week’s doodle is a bucket of chicken or something? With an eye on it? What message does this doodle have for you?
Something BIG is brewing from our staff meeting today. I bet you can’t guess what it is and NO, I cannot say a word. 😉 So, what does this doodle speak to you about?
Doodle this week has pears and grapes with a storm and building. I think it means fruitful building in the midst of stormy times. Your thoughts?
This week it’s a city that is by a large body of water with a cloud above it. Any thoughts as to what this “means” at all?