Jonah Boards a ship

This is a sketch based a project I was doing at Warner Press. It is from the story of Jonah.

“But Jonah ran away from the LORD and headed for Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the LORD.”
Jonah 1:3 (niv)

Man! this guy thought the story ended there. Jonah is about to be rudely awaken!

Computer Angel

There is word the Zune isn’t doing so hot.

If only all this technology would behave. Of course, if the computer is acting angelic, do we really trust it? Not me. Even now, if my computer acts angelic, I start wondering what it’s up to.

Christmas Music

Well it’s time to hear those Christmas songs and carols over and over again. The radio has gotten a head start this year according to A Racine, Wisconsin article.

“Listen Up” in USA Today has a blog on Improving Radio’s Christmas playlist.

I love Christmas music. At least now I do. Ask me on December 24 and see if my opinion changes.

I’m seeing the elves and the scrooges already. How about you?

Birdhouse plus church equals Birchhouse

Cartoon of birdhouse and birdhouse-church

Cartoon of a birdhouse and a birdhouse-church.

When I was a kid, my neighbors had a “condo” birdhouse. I watched that thing closely. I wondered if birds actually used it, and if so, did they play nice?

As hard as a tried, I never saw any birds go in to the house. Maybe they needed their privacy and waited until the nosy kid left the backyard.

That got me wondering what a whole birdhouse community would look like. Here’s the start of one right now.

Running in shorts in November

Some of you southern guys may not see the big deal in this, but I was excited this morning. I ran in a t-shirt and shorts and it’s late November! There was some puddles and mist, but I’ll take that. This kind of thing doesn’t happen in Indiana-at least not without some kind of permit.

The weather is changing today and tomorrow. They’re talking temps in the thirties, snow and ice. But for this morning, I could run and feel great. God is good.