Cycling, potholes and Macbeth
I've decided to no longer deny myself the pleasure of these wacky missives. When I see them, I will read them forthwith.
Some day, when the two of you collaborate on "Letters from the Sinkhole", I'll purchase a copy.
So, about this letter: I love the artwork! 😂
I especially delighted in your drawings of you and your brother this time. Absolutely charming. And the modernized Shakespeare is right on,your highness, I see great potential for attracting the modern-day youth to the Bard.
“ I haven’t come to big up this Cheeser bloke, but to put him in his gravy.”
Brilliant! I will be anxiously awaiting more of your modern interpretations.
I'm from Canada and a couple of weeks ago a sinkhole shut down the Trans Canada highway near Banff. This was a very big problem as the huge transport trucks had to detour through the town of Banff which is already super congested and not built for big trucks.
I think as humans we are getting used to the idea that anything can happen, yikes! That's why we need your lovely classic play rewrites and artwork to keep us going!
Quite a pothole that! Scary to think what’s under London’s streets. Lovely to see Willow taking in all the sights too. Very photogenic. You’ve had fun. Another enjoyable read. Thanks so much.
"As for riding positions, we favour sitting on the saddle." 🤣
That reminds me of being taken on bike rides as a family when my brother and I were tiny*. I would be in a child seat fixed to the pannier rack at the back of Mum's bike, and my brother would sit on a tiny saddle mounted on Dad's crossbar. HE would get to hold the handlebars - obviously so did Dad - so for him it was a much more interactive experience!
Mind you, he'd have to concentrate on sitting still and holding on, whereas I was a pint-sized chauffeur-driven Lady Penelope who didn't need to pay attention to anything but the view as it whizzed past me!
*We've both grown up to be giants, but we certainly used to be small enough to be carted around like cute accessories from the bike shop. 🤣
These sketches are so delightful!
Love the artwork. It really brings out the Mac in Beth.
I love your sketches Terry. Great post and reply to Rebecca...my virtual run buddy. :)