A sweet Thanksgiving tale
November 24, 2016 12:26am CST
There's an older fellow who works on my team, who is really having a rough time. Today we had a turkey drawing. People with the best attendance and quality got a chance to win a free turkey. I was so delighted to see this fellow as one of the winners. He looked at that turkey being given to him, and mentioned that he was almost out of food - he'd been existing on one dollar TV dinners, which aren't the best for his diabetes. Because of that drawing, he's going to have a good Thanksgiving dinner, plus wholesome food to supplement his meals for days to come. I was so happy to see this! I think he'll be the recipient of the ancient and honorable holiday tradition. I'm going to get him some good nutritious food and stick it in a box, wrapped up from Santa, and it'll somehow find it's way onto his desk. Or maybe into his truck.
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24 Nov 16
His drawing was it good? The drawing depicted here is one of yours? I really like your website and how you present yourself. I can appreciate your style of art and also like the picture of the tree and how it was entitled "the great old woman".
25 Nov 16
I like drawings in pencil always did. Painting and even photographs are nice with all the colour but a black and white drawing does make it so, I don't know, maybe because everyone at one time did one, even if it was only a stick man so when they see something well done can relate to it so well. Anyway I like your style on your website. @Rohvannyn