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Sunday Scribbles 9/20/15

September 20, 2015
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Please check out Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft on Amazon.com and look for Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft II (HOPress) fall 2015

Phillip Dillman

I am a truck driver with more hobbies and interests than I have time for. I like history of all kinds and enjoy learning and sharing my knowledge of those interests. Thus, I am the Editor of the quarterly newsletter "Dillman Descendants & Ancestors" as well as the Librarian/ Archivist for the Dillman Family Association. I also am a fanatical collector of anything related to Pepsi-Cola, including the flavors they own such as Mountain Dew, etc. For that reason, I assumed the role of Editor of the quarterly newsletter of the Pepsi-Cola Collectors Club. Other history-based interests led me to become the Historian of the First Presbyterian Church of Homewood (IL) and to join the Homewood Rail (Heritage) Committee. I have always enjoyed drawing cartoons; not professionally, simply to make people smile or laugh. Occasionally, I can at least get a groan from a bad (or good) pun. Anything to help people momentarily forget about the dukey that often creeps into their day! HOPress released my first book of cartoons, Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft was released in 2014 and Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft II will be released late fall, 2015.

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One Response to Sunday Scribbles 9/20/15

  1. Bill Spencer
    September 20, 2015 at 11:27 am

    But when you’re targeting weeds, please don’t kill the goldenrod.

    For thy staff and thy goldenrod they comfort me.



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