19 July 2008

Charles Schulz

Okay, I'm ready to talk about it.

If you know me, you know how much of a fan I am of Charles Schulz and Peanuts. Recently I finished the newest biography by David Michaelis, Schulz and Peanuts. While I enjoyed the book I found that some parts were extremely hard to read since it felt so close to home. However, as I read I found that it helped heal me of many of the struggles that I have been dealing with my entire life, but the most important of all was this:

1. Never put your work before your family or your God.

16 July 2008


Forgive me, but sometimes I get bored at church. Don't get me wrong, I'm listening, I just need to do something other than listen. The sketches I do usually tie in with our pastor's message.

The story behind this sketch:
Sheep are considered to be the dumbest animals on the planet. If a sheep continued to wander, shepherds would break one of the sheep's legs making the sheep more dependent on the shepherd. That way, the shepherd could keep track of his flock, keep it safe and guide it in the right direction. Sometimes it's good to have your leg broken.

11 July 2008


I've been pretty busy with creating the sets for our Vacation Bible School, but I wanted to get something up here for everyone to see. Here's another hidden picture created for Highlights Magazine. This one is based on early Daguerreotype photography with
 French artist and chemist Louis J.M. Daguerre.

Try to find the following in this one:
Umbrella, spoon, knife, candle, fishhook, bendy straw, banana, bell, flag, flashlight, paintbrush, muffin, and a pencil.

01 July 2008

Rock Climbing

The latest hidden picture for Highlights Magazine.

There are 16 hidden objects to find:
Mitten, diamond ring, fish, fishhook, apple, turtle, shell, mug, acorn, sock, candy corn, boomerang, ladybug, magnifying glass, wishbone, and the proverbial sailboat.