Doodle #4. History of Hair

Doodle #4. Doodle something you love about yourself. Doodle #4: I thought about skipping #4 because I couldn't think of anything. But skipping one might lead to skipping two or three, or... It's a slippery slope. So I settled for the question mark. Then  I remembered hair.  We've had our battles, but for the most part I like it. Neil, … Continue reading Doodle #4. History of Hair

Doodle #3. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

  Doodle #3. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? Doodle it in the simple way a child would. When I was four, I wanted to be Davy Crockett. I had the official outfit, complete with coonskin cap, and a charred mop handle named Old Betsy, and I … Continue reading Doodle #3. What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

Doodle 2. The Crossword, Sort Of

Doodle 2. Doodle one of your favorite things to do. My favorite thing is to fly to Albany, rent a car, get a hotel room in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and spend several days driving up U.S. Route 7 to Burlington, Vermont, and down U.S. Route 7 to Lenox, Massachusetts (Edith Wharton's house), and up to Burlington, and down to … Continue reading Doodle 2. The Crossword, Sort Of

Doodle 1. Don’t Judge, Mrs. Pollock

Doodle 1. Doodle something abstract, using shapes and only one color. Words & Wine Wednesday at Austin's Writing Barn featured Carin Channing discussing her book 365 Days of Doodling: Discovering the Joys of Being Creative Every Day. Ms. Channing didn't know she was a doodler until she was forty, when she accepted an online 30-day Doodle Challenge. When the month was up, she … Continue reading Doodle 1. Don’t Judge, Mrs. Pollock