Saturday, March 23, 2013

waiting in the lobby

It seems ironic that the bust of the man
the place is named after has been 
relegated to the row of free periodicals.
Poor Morris.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

jury duty waiting room... ceiling

If you've had jury duty in Tucson during
the past 10 years or so, you'll recognize
these enormous, beehive light fixtures.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

jury duty

Hiya, Peeps! I have yet to figure out
how to get a decent scan or even a 
decent photo of a pencil sketch, so 
I suppose this will have to do. 
Last time I had jury duty, it entailed
a delightful lunch downtown and six
hours of waiting in a fairly uncomfortable chair 
which was, however, located in a sunny patch 
of winter light. I was never selected for 
a jury, so I headed home after learning from 
a fellow waitee that America's Test Kitchen 
has a superior recipe for crunchy-but-chewy 
gingerbread cookies. True, but make sure you cut 
the cooking time in half. The six hours was well
worth finding a good recipe, but as you can
see in the sketch, I grew tired of the waiting.