Drawn on the iPad with the Sketchbook Pro app.
I realized the other day that, while I only drive a cab Saturday and Sunday, I'm doing what every suburban parent is doing out there on weekends, they're driving their kids everywhere. The only difference is that when I'm shuffling people around, I get paid for it. My son just turned 16 years of age […]
Digital Impressions with the iPad Brushes App
Magdelegna sells her handmade ornate palm crosses in front of the Mission San Rafael Church on Palm Sunday.
I decided to drive despite the fact that I was still getting over a cold. The drug combination of Comtrex (for head and sinus), Dayquil and Tussin (for the cough and sore throat) and Mucinex (an expectorant for the phlegm) had me slightly wired. The haze in my head seemed to be manifesting in my […]
She’s the most beautiful girl that ever got in my cab. I figure she’s 32 years of age. With long blond hair and the slightest New York accent. The black business suit she wears hangs slipshod and sexy. She holds a papercup of white wine at a tipsy angle. “They kept pouring it for me […]
Ben sticks his bruised and battered head in the window of my cab and says he wants to know if I take cards and“How much (is it) to Sleepy Hollow?” “Yes and about $15,” I answer. “OK,” Ben responds as he carefully and painfully eases into the back seat. “How’d you get so banged up?” I ask. […]
Outside the Mayflower Pub on 4th Street, the crowd of colored and face-painted in red, blue and white soccer hooligans gather to celebrate the tie the US team managed to pull off in the first game in their World Cup series against England. Not bad for us underdogs. “USA, USA, USA,” they all chant. The […]