Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Last Chapter: Cubicle

I always underestimate the amount of time it takes to get from one place to another. So I was late coming back from lunch. Everyone else was hard at work.







8 comments:

mon@rch said...

I was waiting to hear behind the spreadsheet was everyone's blogs! Love these and you do great work with the Crayons! Did I mention what a clever and unique blog idea this is?

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Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

A fitting end to a sweet story. Thanks for your great drawings!

Pam said...

I know that the picture of all the cubicles took a lot of work, you never miss a detail. This whole story was beautifully done, Caroline, your art inspires me.

Crayons said...

Thank you mon@arch and monkey. I always enjoy your quips and comments.

Hey Pam,

Yes! Thanks for noticing. The sea of cubicles was a challenge; it did indeed take a long time.

Ginnie said...

Someone out there is missing a big opportunity by not hiring you for your imagination and poignant sketches, Carolyn. It's like a breath of fresh air to visit your blog.

Ed said...

I've never actually worked in a cubicle environment. It sounds like the ninth level of hell. Do people really "prairie dog?"

Great artwork!

Crayons said...

Oh wow, thank you very much for your kind and encouraging comments. I continue to visit my "pure potentiality," as Deepok Chopra would say.

Ed, I shared the prairie dog image with my cube neighbors. Now the are reaching over the walls to offer gum and cool pens to their neighbors.

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