Living in this House Forever

Nolan: (in a very sad voice) Mommy said we have to live in this house forever.
Dad: You don’t like this house? Where do you want to move?
Nolan: I want to go to college… at BYU.
Dad: Mommy & Daddy will live in this house forever, but you can move out and go to BYU.
Nolan: No! I want you to move to BYU with me!

4 thoughts on “Living in this House Forever

  1. You have managed to enltuelqoy put into words what I have tried to explain to family & friends these past few months, as I started drawing again after a decade of barely a scribble. They thought I was a bit mad to solicit lists of words & idioms ~ all of which I dutifully noted down in a sketchbook. I have then proceeded on almost a daily basis to take that book to a cafe with the following sell-made rules:1) Sit down with coffee & croissant2) Eat croissant while reading over the list ~ that word/idiom which forms an idea is the subject for a sketch3) Compose, draw and FINISH sketch while I drink my beverage.4) Post drawing to an online forum giving a nod to the individual who gave me the word/idiom to inspire the sketch.Creativity = Constraints + AccountabilityThis homemaker has never lacked for ideas, only the commitment to follow through on them. I don’t need the lists, but the expectations of family and friends drives me to amuse them with my interpretations of their suggestions all the while thinking fast, practicing and hopefully improving.

  2. fbidu77 ol-91, tu es l’exemple type de la personne qui s’obstine à défendre Gomis et Briand alors qu’ils sont insuffisant. Tu as le même argument c’est incroyable. Regarde ton écran et surveille Gomis, il ne fait rien pour l’instant et Briand le boss des passes en retrait

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