Drawn for UKirk Ole Miss; Oxford, MS, August 2017.
It’s Jesus’s bday month, and that means it’s time to wrap some presents! (Also if you’re Christian, maybe church or something?) Recently I read an article on repurposed wrapping and thought I’d give it a try. If you can hold a glue stick and safely operate scissors, you can do this. Promise.
Since October 20,
- Early Voting has come and gone in North Carolina and many other states — the beginning of the end of maybe our most emotionally-charged election season yet.
- The Presbyterian Church (USA) has celebrated the 60th anniversary of the first woman ordained to the Ministry of Word and Sacrament.
- I’ve spent about 36 hours a week working as a Computer Operator at my local Early Voting precinct.
- I’ve continued wading through the search process to find my first ordained call as a Presbyterian pastor.
I woke up this morning and took a deep breath. Election Day. Okay. Here we go.
Over the course of many years of school, a handful of years in youth group, and five summers at assorted camps, t-shirts have had a pretty constant presence in my wardrobe. Occasionally, my doodles are the ones that end up on them. Just for funsies, here are a few designs in which I’ve had a hand. (Do me a favor and try to look past the wrinkles…)