Backing away from the daily sketching of 2015, to observe more slowly and acutely.
Critical scene in a short story I’m writing.
looks dangerous…I’ve been waiting for those stories.
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Thanks for your interest. They take a long time to unwind.
Ooh, looking forward to the story! Nice sketch too.
the superstition about walking under a ladder suddenly springs to mind….
Yes. I fear something bad is about to happen to Enrico.
I want the story!!!! 😊 Great picture!!!
Thanks! I just found out today Enrico’s young wife died early, in a very similar situation. Tragic.
Indeed!!! He should be careful! Was she a mechanic too?
She was, but just for the summer between college graduation and graduate school. Very sad. Enrico says he’s over it–years in the past and all–but he still tears up pretty easily.
😊 He must have really loved her!!! Really tragic! I hope he´ll find a new love!
I see what you are doing there: you are coaxing the story out of me. Well, bless you. Actually Enrico is not the primary character, but his story is impacting the protaganist more than I realized. It turns out the protaganist–a writer-in-residence at an auto mechanic garage, has a fine sense of empathy. I had no idea.
😄 We never stop learning new things!
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