I’m in my cubicle right now. I am missing the days when I had time to type really dumb things on the internet and make a doodle to go with them. I have been so busy with no signs of a respite on my work horizons, that I may never get that kind of time again.
I’m still drawing, but I have barely been logging anything. I have a sick cat, and I’m a little tired of my work load. But today I realized, I might as well enjoy my day and week because… everyone is getting along at work. And everyone seems to be a little more kind this week than usual (we are currently missing our office grump). We even looked at Ryan Gosling memes this morning. And also on silver lining mode, I have stuff printed to study for my eternally ongoing ARE’s and seriously, I got to eat the world’s most delicious fishy burrito today.
Basically, I could high five a million Angels right now.
This doodle has nothing to do with anything except for sheer toast enthusiasm:
Since my return to the internet. I have not even come close to catching up on all the things I’ve missed.
But whilst perusing some of the internets I particularly love I found that Jen from Sips Of Jen and Tonic made a fabulous post about Sakura-Con. And where I have not Con’d in a while I still appreciate it. Read her post here.
And Then when I scrolled down the page of her post I feel like I met my destiny. To clarify she did not have a strikingly handsome picture of Jon Hamm posted on her site… what she did have is a picture of a glorious Toast costume.
And it was like this kismet moment that only happens in a Meg Ryan movie. I just knew that someday I needed to be dressed like a toast. That toast is my Sleepless in Seattle, it is my Joe Fox.
And that brings me to sharing today’s doodle:
And because she helped me find the defining moment in my toast loving life I give this tribute to Jen (I hope you like it):
Thank you for finding the toast of my dreams!
♥ and lollipops,
I was telling Professional Eric that I had the new best idea. It could make millions of dollars, it could bring world peace, it could save us from losing calcium in our bones!
Yes everyone, I’m talking about a Mrs. Doubtfire robot that makes you toast… and speaks in the voice of Robin Williams. For some reason Eric did not agree with my desire to have one of these machines, as obviously he could not handle the way it will change the world as we know it.
I think I just need to show my designs to the right people… and we will never again suffer the indignity of warming our own breads.
However if you don’t accept the toast… it will throw fruit at you. So remember always say yes to toast!