#lean cartoon number two. cc: @ericries

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  1. How very Thoreauvian!

  2. Much in line with #11 of “Ignore” …more talented…less…props.
    I’m finding so many pencils, brushes, pens, pads, tubes, and bottles I don’t use or even remember why I got in the first place. Yet I’m busier and cranking out more than ever. Go figure?? Nahh just rock on.

  3. Sheila Foley says:

    “The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.’ – Henry David Thoreau

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