My immune system preparing for the flu.
This is so imaginative, engaging, fun! I like the colors. I like the abstract quality of the figures – I really like this. Its one of my faves of all you post.
I’ve been meaning to ask you, if you don’t mind answering, what was the most jarring about being back in the states after living overseas for so long? (Weren’t you recently in the US)? Having never lived outside the US, I am so curious about the experiences of others.
Agree with Margie. A superb idea and so well presented. Mind you, you will have to be careful about posting stuff like this in case we all catch one of those computer virus’s
Thanks you guys, this is part of a series so we will see what gets posted. The posting bunny has been very good in the past so we shall see if anymore make it. (The flu is blue with yellow highlights by the way.) Margie, the States are weird and, to be honest, overseas is the only place a guy from Iowa can be exotic. Bright lights of Paris/Brussels/London/Kabul/Seoul hard to go back to the farm (although we didn’t live on a farm but you get the general idea.) Besides last time I lived in the US airplane flew into my office, a sniper shot people at my hardware store, and my post office got anthrax. Scary.
Imaginative and very clever.
“Besides last time I lived in the US airplane flew into my office, a sniper shot people at my hardware store, and my post office got anthrax. ”
Whoa… I can only imagine the impact of that series of events. How terrifying.
I’m glad you found a place to “be exotic” and call home that you love. I read in your intro on this site that you were headed to Africa last year – did you go?
I’ll get around to doing an intro here someday.
I have also been enjoying this series! It’s like a replacement to the daily comics…waiting to see how the story unfolds. This is fun!
Margie, the impact wasn’t that big a deal. I have a few crap decades and frankly that time in DC was a vacation. I have to admit to ducking Africa, I spent several years on the road and am currently looking for a better job. Also to Africa but not as an “IT” guy. I will have think about whats next for the series, maybe a wide angle.
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