Half-way through spring semester and that much closer to the loony bin. Seriously. These classes are driving me nuts. I don’t know what’s worse… “Healthcare Delivery for Dummies” or “Microeconomically Challenged”.
Probably the latter. I’ve been spending the last week studying the elasticity and inelasticity of supply and demand… up to and including how to determine how elastic the aforementioned supply and demand is and how to make elastic algebraic graphs to show the rubbery elasticity of it all. It’s enough to make one want to flick elastic bands in one’s eye. My poor old brain just isn’t as elastic as it used to be, I guess. (haha, there’s a comic strip in there somewhere)
Because of everything on my plate, I’ve decided to put my fan comic on hold (for now) and focus on honing my drawing skills with what little free time I have. Being true to my Gemini nature, I’m still playing with styles.
I can’t decide between funny cartoony
or serious shaded
, so I’ll continue to do both simultaneously.
But enough about me and my drama… it’s time to add some good will to this journal post. For those of you who haven’t heard, there’s a little boy named Colin in need of some birthday cheer this month. He’s turning 11 years old on March 9th and he told his Mom not to bother with a birthday party since he doesn’t have any friends anyway. His Mom created a Facebook page for him and now he’s getting B-day wishes from friends all over the world.
As the Mom of special needs kids and as someone who grew up bullied for being a little different, it warms my heart to see all the love he’s received so far… but there’s always room for more. If you’re so inclined, hop over to Facebook and send this little guy some love. www.facebook.com/#!/Colinisele…
March on everyone!