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Saturday, April 16, 2011

journey

My oh my, I've been a neglectful blogger... Good thing there's Illustration Friday on Saturday!

This week's prompt is "journey", so I drew this bus - I just think they're the cutest! I know I'm a die hard bicycle commuter (within reason), but I've always kinda wanted one of these.

Anyways, it's nice to be drawing and blogging again. Work's been keeping me busy, volunteering busier still. But it's all good. I'll Keep on Runnin' and Won't Stop Believin'. I know my comfy blog will always welcome me with Open Arms for some good Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'...

Oh Sherry! Sorry, just couldn't help the Journey references! I'll stop now. Just remember, though, I'm Forever Yours, Faithfully...

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13 comments:

Duble said...

Journey and a mini bus are not good references. Mini buses and the dead go together better, and
creepy middle aged guys that think pontiac firebirds are or ever were cool listen to journey

Adam said...

There was a band-geek in high school who owned a yellow VW bus. I was jealous.

Scott said...

Cool--your weaving of Journey song lyrics that way! But when I first saw the bus, The Who's, "The Magic Bus" started playing in my mind--and it still is!

Marie Campbell said...

love your illustration - you can't go wrong really, such a classic design

Lucy Autrey Wilson said...

Nice

terri said...

I'm sure the interiors of those VW buses saw their fair share of lovin', touchin', squeezin'...

Vilt og vakkert said...

Heisann!

Those were the days...
Wish you a happy Easter ;:OD)

Anonymous said...

I really like your illo

Melissa Mackie said...

I love the kombie...... it makes me miss my old Kombie..

Subh said...

Excellent Blog. Thanks for sharing information and thought

Linda Hensley said...

I used to want one of these too, but I think I'm over it. Now all I need to do is get all these songs out of my head!

Susan said...

My husband had one of those named spakoli! great ideaS!!

Anna said...

PLAY JOURNEY!

My brother said that when he was on exchange in Canada, yelling this in bars was a guaranteed way to get into the good books of the people he was with. *shrug*