Here I go again … received my sketchbook for submission early next year. Waiting for the Sketchbook Project Team to announce themes. Hope they come up with some creative ideas that I like.
Science Projects Gone Wrong
When Am I Going To Get My
Fiction Project Book???????
Story still to follow ……
Thousands upon thousands of sketchbooks are pouring into The Art House Co-op in Brooklyn, NY. I wonder if one of those USPS Priority Mail packages is from me?
Pages 25, 26, 27
Story to follow ….
Pages 22, 23, 24
Story to follow ….
Pages 19, 20, 21
The soft noises rolled, bounced, and whisked their way around the world through tubes and pipes of every shape.
In Japan, the noise created quite a problem for a group of students. The students were failed for receiving exam answers via the tubes, and pipes and their chiiter and chatter was quickly silenced.
The students were angry and as they left the school, their chiiter and chatter marked with many loud sounds and body postures. Something had to be done with all this energy and so it was funneled into the biggest tube ever, the Tube of Multiple Emotions.
The Tube of Multiple Emotions held the student’s energy and it became quite valuable. It’s content’s were rationed and warning lights were placed on the delicate pipes leading from it in order to alert all of those taking more than they needed.
Pages 16, 17, 18
The balls bounced, and bounced so very high up into the sky. The easterly winds grabbed ahold of the balls and blew them towards Europe and beyond.
Mr. Motorola was very happy when his big shipment of BeEps reached European shores. Soon everyone from London to Tokyo had a BeEp with little bouncing balls from the silver dish turned towards the sky.
Chirps, buzzes, and even stimulating vibrations reached the ears, purses, bags, and bodies of hundreds of rushing walking people trying to get to wherever they were going next.
The noise grew so loud it had to be funneled back into the tubes and pipes, and bricks before everyone went mad. Siphoned, bent, and curved. The noise grew softer and softer amidst the chaos of already hectic, busy life.