An annual April experiment in creating a Fake Journal~ FAKE: pretend, simulate; counterfeit; to alter.manipulate.
or treat as to impart a false character or appearance.

A fun exercise in pretending to be someone else, maybe in an alternate universe!

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Monday, April 23, 2018

Buy Art, Just In Case...

always a perplexing

I am merely in disguise.

Buy some art,
just in case.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Badass Levels

Everything is about technology
these days. Why not refer to ourselves in
video game terminology?!

"What a drag it is getting old."
~The Rolling Stones

Translating the Inevitable

How Do I Like My Eggs?

Ever have one of those days
when you just forget to
take your meds?

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Art is Life

I still listen to 
classic rock...

Knowing that many of the greatest
rock artists are gone, makes me sad.
But their music legacy lives on.

And what will my legacy be?

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Show Up

This year, Roz Stendahl is providing a choice of Prompts that our 
Fake Character can choose to respond to, or ignore.

The prompts for our Fake Character
can be found on the Official International

My character loves random phrases and
quotes. Sometimes the prompts click, and
sometimes they don't.

'Translating the Inevitable'

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Classic Coffee Cup

"I am not in denial.

I'm just very selective about
the reality I accept."

"Translating the Inevitable."

Saturday, April 7, 2018

I Know It's Frumpy...

A Pocket page in the journal I'm using. Pre-printed
background on the back of the pocket.

"Translating the Inevitable"
is the tagline/theme
for the 2018
Fake Journal. (provided by the project
originator, Roz Stendahl) It's an added
layer for interpretation. 

And a fake journal cannot be written
or drawn by an animal or a thing. 
You've got to have hands for writing
and drawing, after all!

Friday, April 6, 2018

This is Rarely a Good Thing

April 4th~
"Anecdotes do not equal

April 5th~
Some days are just
upside down days...

Sometimes confusion is

"Translating the Inevitable."