And so, my first page since the awful news broke.
I apologize for skipping last week. As some of you may have read on facebook, the news of his passing hit quite hard and I just couldn't bring myself to work on this at the time. I was actually quite shocked at how severely it had affected me, as he was akin to a star in the sky - we could always see and admire him, but never know or reach him. But as I had harped on about before, David Bowie's work has inspired, motivated and touched me in absolutely every aspect of my life on so many levels that I feel he is ingrained in my being. In the days following, I had also suddenly lost my grandfather in the most tragic and frustrating way, and so things over here are quite emotionally charged.
I could send them off with well-drawn tributes, I could write songs and poems, but instead I prefer to fold them up into a tiny, shiny little bundle and tuck it as close to my heart as I can and deal with it in solemn silence for awhile.
Rest well and deep, gentlemen.
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Sarah and Jareth (c) Jim Henson Co
Sgàile (c) Graphospasm
Lettie (c) Strig-Ex-Libris