While I'm getting this article ready to upload, my studio radio tuned to WAMC, reports on the recent layoffs at the Boston Globe and the decline of quality reporting in general.The business travel story reflects on the airlines mediocre service to the business community and happens to be my first illustration for the Boston Globe.
I was hoping the art director would send me a tear sheet or the entire section. The day I send the file out, Boston was inundated with "Art Terrorists" and my request got lost in the inbox. I did ask Robert Dunlavey to scan his recycle bin and forward the tear sheet. Drawger to the rescue, Thanks again Rob.
Emmet and I cleared the snow dusting of the pond and got it ready for skating. After the temperatures finally dropped for a several days without any snow falling on it, we got nearly perfect 5 inches of black ice! I consoled the internet, double checked, no triple checked, on the ice thickness temperature etc. and I talk to the kids about ice safety. We have a second pond right behind this one and it is fed by a small but steady stream, resulting in a very uneven freeze because of the current. So, my fellow Drawgers bring Your skates and hockey sticks this Saturday afternoon we will serve hot coco.