I have been sick over the past couple of days, and combined with the Fourth of July, I’ve taken some time to rest and get over my head cold/sinus infection. Despite this, I may or may not have burned myself trying to set off four fireworks at once. Happy late Fourth of July, everyone!
Unfortunately, my plans for writing a game review yesterday or today both flew out the door. So instead, I wanted to share a few images of something I’d love to put together someday, even if it would never sell in any meaningful quantity.
Presenting What If Worms Could Whistle: The Coloring Book! Feel free to download, print, and share with your young ‘uns!
I was thinking most of the book would be illustrated in color, but a few pages at the end would be blank for kids to color. I have no idea if anyone would even care to let their kids read and color in a book about big-eyed worms in funny costumes, but it would be fun to try.
Anyway, a regular review is coming up Monday, and it’s one of my favorite PC strategy titles that always calls me back to play again and again. Stay tuned!
And this let people settle down and have families! And gave them free time to do artistic stuff! Like sculpture and pottery! And make things like words and letters!
Y’know, instead of following those darn aurochs around.
Say what you will about the Paleolithic man (or the caveman, as he is known) – all forms of art started with them and their cave paintings. And they’re a heck of a lot better looking than my worms!
And a new ice cream cone. But some things in life are hardly that simple. As I come to understand that the only people who really understand depression have gone through it already, I simply offer this to anyone who knows someone suffering: cry with them. You don’t have to understand to simply be there.