A neighbor kid hit my car with his bicycle. Damage had been done, and I was at the auto body shop getting an estimate to get it repaired. The owner of the shop (Arturo) and I got along famously, and he offered to repair an unrelated scratch on my car for free. I politely declined.
It’s four in the morning, and I can’t sleep. My brain’s buzzing with possibilities of an unexpected and extremely cool opportunity that truly excites me. Talk about an uncomfortable place to be! On the one hand, I am thrilled by what could be possible with this opportunity and partnership. The people involved seem
Hi all! This blog is going to be on summer vacation from July 11 through August 21, returning all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on Saturday, August 22nd. In the meantime, please enjoy this picture of my kitten, Wilhelmina Crabbycakes! (Isn’t she cute?) Miao! Now go off and enjoy a summertime adventure!
On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a landmark decision making gay marriage legal in all 50 states. While there was a ton of celebrating going on when SCOTUS announced its decision, I couldn’t help but notice something else: So many people interviewed, and so many of my
The following is an excerpt from Draw Forth: How to Host Your Own Visual Conversations Without Having to Be a Professional Artist or a Full-On Facilitator, available at Amazon.com. One of the most common questions I am asked [as a graphic facilitator] is: “How do you know what to do with the paper during