Monday, March 13, 2006

Comments Anyone?


May I have some comments please? I promise you don't have to sign up for anything, and it won't give you a virus. This is my last calendar entry before I head to Europe, and I could really use some feedback. I'm going on a huge walk-about, seaching for some sort of direction.

What am I going to do with the rest of my life? If you have an idea of where I should focus my talents, or just want to say hi, leave a comment. I would really appreciate it. (p.s. check out a new site for bee poetry)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

i love that you've given life to the space needle. you should definitely pursue something that highlights this here talent of yours.

Joanna said...

You should draw mountains and clouds for the rest of your life.

Seriously. You should design calendars and little stationary-type items and set up a little shop on your blog. (You could revolutionize that stuffy wrapping paper market.) Illustrate things.

Also, you should write clever stories and songs. And illustrate them.

Also, you should become the official USA olympic team...something. Chronicler? Scribe?

There you go, with that career plan you'll be rolling in the dough in no time!

moxie said...

I was anonymous because I lazily did not want to sign in...now I'm not. You're already on the way. I check for the blog daily around this time of the month because I can't wait to see what your imagination makes of your experiences. Joanna's right, these mountain's are beautiful.

Mr. Mambo said...

Tour the country with L.A. Nasty. It could be even bigger than that damn nun show. EVERYONE in America hates Los Angeles, even people who live there, why not make fun of it professionally?

kougar said...

Its lovely, of course. But I much prefer the months that involve me.

Also, I find it distressing that I only heard about your root canal because I look at your blog. Our friendship has devolved into internet voyeurism.

David said...

i check your blog a few times a week to see if you have updated it. what a gloripus morning. i agree with kougar, ell us next time you will be medicaly knocked out so we can go through your stuff.

Derek Turner said...

As someone who has known you your entire life (well my entire life anyway), I can say you are indeed a man of many talents. You have shown us all with your amazing calendar art how very atistic you are. Your comedy and drama is absolutely amazing. You can sing, you can dance, you can draw, you can get into stadiums without a ticket, you can create one of the coolest blogs around, and you can just be a great cousin, family guy and person. Whatever you decide to do, you definitely do it very well, and should be successful. I wish you all the best Mark.

Brittani said...

As always hilarity is made in your blogs. I for one think, and have always thought you should be an artist with all of your fab calandar drawings/sketches. I think they're amazing, and so do my friends/co-workers who see them. Your writing in your blogs is seriously funny too, so some type of writing - sketch writing, or some column in a paper. I don't know. Are you leaving sketch comedy/acting though?

Anonymous said...

Here's the love: As always, the months of your calendar are artistic genius. I love Feb! But, I gotta say, you've reached new heights with Jan (I didn't see it before)!

I love the bumblebee page. It's getting forwarded.