Wednesday, November 16, 2005


I found this pic while rummaging through my computer. This was my little home office work station (aka Dining room) when we lived in L.A. Kinda miss having all my toys out and about. Its pretty cool to have stuff like this around when you're drawing for some inspiration. But alas, since our move to Las Vegas a year ago, most of this stuff is either packed up in a box collecting dust or in my cube at work. Hopefully when we get into our new house, I can unload this stuff into my own office, but I have a feeling I'm gonna be busy with the baby's room and buying baby toys.

13 comments:

Hanne said...

Doesn't that look a lil geeky? ;) I don't remember OG, but I do remember calling my tattoo Filiper. LOL!

Edward said...

No its not geeky in America to have lots of toys and stuff around your work area. Actually here, people who do that are well admired and looked upon as heroes.
Geeks no geeks here. Yeah,hehe.
(sigh)

Hanne said...

And fish can't swim :p

Virginia Valle said...

well is a look good more space on the table will great :P... I love toys

Aileen said...

Hey, a Mucha calendar! Looks a little out of place, but still love it.

Elia said...

Ed, Congrats on your new house, baby, anniversary and awesome job on the "Coping with Chemo" project. I have been wanting to tell you that ever since seeing your name on CHF. I know I am late on all that stuff. Better late then never.

Glad to see you are doing well. Take care of yourself and your family.

By the way this is Elia from the wonderful Aiph. You and Rachael may or may not remember me.

Have you in my favorites so I will be checking in once a while. Also hope to hear from you soon.
~Elia

Aileen said...

I feel like such a schmoo for never watching "Coping with Cancer" since I work at a cancer institute. I know you emailed me about it but I lost some stuff in the account you sent it to.

Anyway, I'm going to see if the Adolescent and Young Adult division at MDACC recommends it to their patients and if they don't I'll let them know they should! (there doesn't seem to be a local Starlight Starbright chapter in Houston. weird)

Edward said...

Hey Elia, how you been? Of course I remember you. Anyways thanks for the support and comments. I didn't think anyone ever checked out that "Coping With Chemo". Give me an email sometime, like to see how you been all this time. Been a few years huh.

Edward said...

Aileen- Cancer sucks and so do you. How could you not of seen that but just in case you missed it. http://www.slsb.org/chemo/
Not my best work but it was probably one of my first professional gigs.

Rachel said...

God I don't believe I let the dining room look like that...I remember there were more toys in the bedroom...jeez...lol...

Aileen said...

i know i suck! boo hoo. oh well, life goes on.

i emailed the psychologist in charge of the adolescent and young adult program and told her it was the coolest thing ever and they have to show it to the kids here.

Elia said...

Ed. Glad to know you remember me. I mean really how many "Elia"'s do you know? haha.

For now I can say this, life has been really wonderful. With its ups and downs but mostly ups.

As for the "coping with chemo" I did not know you worked on it until I saw your name at Cold, Hard Flash. Awesome job, but you knew that already.

There is more to say. What is your email?

Edward said...

If you want to email me just go to my complete profile and there should be a link there with my address.