Monday, September 21, 2009

Moleskine II Book 1





9 comments:

Mike Kline said...

Ballookey I am mailing the Moleskine tomorrow morning! Please forgive my delay... It is on its way.

By-the-way, Mary Stebbins-Taitt - Absolutely awesome! I received your Moleskine today!

We are having end-of-life issues with our 15 year old black Lab Samson. This Saturday is his departure date. We love him so much.

steve said...

Awesome job Mike - good to have ya back! In the meantime, sorry about your pooch. Dogs are the best, and the hardest part is the fact that they don't live long enough. I'm sure his memories will last with you for many years to come and I wish you and your old pal Samson the best this Saturday.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I laughed out loud (serious LOL!) at that first one and my husband had to hurry over and look. Very cool work, Mike! I love these.

I'm so sorry to hear about your dog--I've been through that too, with several dogs and a rabbit, it's so difficult and sad. I send you my condolences and hugs.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I'm glad you got and enjoyed the book! :-D I'm looking forward to getting my next one.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I used to have a VW bus.

ballookey said...

Hey Mike! I love the way elements from each piece crossover to the next one - nice narrative touch.

No worries! I'm glad it's on it's way, but so sorry about your doggie. :( Take care.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Nice point about the narrative touch.

Poor poochie.

henniemavis said...

I especially like the pensive, casually dressed skeleton. Nice.

I wish you comfort over Samson. That decision's always a gut & heart wrencher. Really sorry.

Andrea said...

Oh No! Mike, I am so sorry to hear about your lab. So sad.

I love the detail you have created here, so many skulls!