Gratitude

A week after Thanksgiving and moving into the holiday season here in the US, I’m continuing to think a lot about gratitude. This drawing is of a taxi driver I met in Havana, during a visit to the city in 2015. He was a very warm person, and between his pigeon English and my pigeon Spanish, […]

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Democracy at work

liberty,freedom/Michele Bedigian

Spent the day in the city and it was not too surprising how much energy was vibrating from corner to corner. Strangers emotionally debating about the course of the election eager to predict their candidate of choice would win. We’re just a few hours away from the decision. Regardless of the outcome, I pray tonight our […]

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Liberty

In honor of Election Day in the U.S., coming up on Tuesday, I thought I would post a drawing of the Liberty Tree in Walt Disney World. The fact that the liberty bell has a crack in it can only remind us that liberty is a fragile thing, which must be watched and guarded at all times. […]

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Free Speech for the Dumb

Yesterday I watched as the school kids, softball teams, marching bands, politicians, and cultural organizations walked in our towns yearly parade of spirit. Mixed in, and new to this years procession, was a local group fighting for their voices to be heard. Right or wrong, without speaking, they made more of an impression on the crowds gathered for our city’s annual celebration […]

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ARMANDO in Cuba

This gentleman’s name is Armando. He lives in Cuba. Ronnie, Julia and I were drawing on the waterfront in downtown Habana when this gentleman showed up. He threw flowers in the water. We asked him why he did this. He said it was for his baby daughter, that she would be well. He asked us […]

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Homeland

I did this drawing a while back during the flag ceremony in Walt Disney World (can’t get any more all American than Disney). I thought it’d be kind of perfect for the day, Let’s keep in mind, it’s not just a day off from work, but a day to give thanks for the blessings we […]

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