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We have obviously heard about that incident too! - unbelievable. Why on earth do these things happen - a couple of weird things have occurred over here in the past few years...such a selfish act. Hope your drawing helped you, I always find drawing helps everything:)
I know, I don't have TV, but I heard about it and it breaks your heart up. I find not reading more about it on the web has helped, I don't need to know all the details. I say turn off that TV! Glad you will get sunshine today. Catching up I love your drawings and that deer and WONDERFUL Henry. Glad you had a great trip!xoxo
Good job on the sketch. I too am not following all the stories on TV. Its to heart breaking and breeds fear. Look forward to your drawings from today.
Tragic and senseless and thoroughly alarming. What type of world are our dear grandchildren living in??
A sad day for the human race
It is so sad, senseless and tragic. My feeling is that he is an untreated schizophrenic. Prayers for all the victims.
Teri, that was my first take too; but I've been listening to the experts and apparently he has the criteria for being sociopathic. What ever he is I hope this leads to much more stringent gun laws so no more sick people can get the ammo and guns he had to repeat this tragedy.
Very sad indeed. However you're drawing is such an awesome perspective and the body language is so fascinating... very fascinating.
Thanks Nora for noticing the drawing and it's interesting perspective. I was sitting behind him and at an angle and this is what I could see.
I couldn't watch it. It is just too sad.
It is terribly sad Lisa. I am watching it still however. It feels now like I am paying homage to those who lost their lives; and to those who survived with terrible injuries both physical and emotional. I also hope to learn what made this particular person do what he did.
Senseless and horrendous, yes. Such a sorrowful time. Your sketch captures the discomfort well.
Great sketch!!! I wish there were no such thing as guns.
Yes, it boggles the mind that someone can walk around with all that evil inside and hide it from everyone. And I'm with you about gun laws. Our founding fathers could never have imagined the kinds of weapons we have today. Love the unique perspective!
A tragic event. I also have no TV but of course hear on NPR. Sending prayers to all involved.your sketch seems to convey the sense of helplessness we who watch might feel.hey, sketching at the farmer's mkt. great idea.
Lynn, I came here (very late) to look at you PPF submission, but got distracted by all kinds of other great art and pictures before then! While I am grieved for the news in front of your DH at the time of this sketch, I think this is a marvelous piece of work! I also find that humor is a needed healer in times of tragedy, and you did well here. Excellent sketch!
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!