Daily Doodle No. 9: A Brain Power Deficit and Killer Asteroids

Some days, it is completely acceptable to just throw your hands up in the air and let it go.

I had a lot going on today. I used up much of my brain power giving expressive readings of classic works such as 101 Dalmations, The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree, and some story about Dumbo arranging transport for an entire circus to Boston. I also helped my two-year-old nephew recover from a failed experiment involving the use of a guitar as a tooth-flossing device, which we followed by a rousing game of flying helicopters that meowed like kitty cats and ate fruit. And then I had meetings and got some design work done.

By the time I sat down to doodle, it just seemed so hard. Ideas? Those are not things I have right now.

PS. I watched a television show which made killer asteroids that will put an end to 90% of the human race seem not only likely but inevitable. Now my stomach is in knots, I've lost my ability to feel that anything is of any value if we're all only going to be bashed to death by flying space debris, and I'm eating too much cheese. I may as well. The space debris won't appreciate it.

This is part of the reason why I don't have a television at home. I'm far too susceptible to conspiracy and abstract fear to weather passive media consumption.