Sunday, July 15, 2018

Camel's Nose


I heard this phrase in a sermon a while ago and decided to draw it. Here's the meaning, because I didn't figure it out right away. Mark explained it to me by reminding me of my parent's dog Tana (a newfie mutt), who would put one paw on my lap and if you didn't push it off she would put her other front paw up then heave herself onto your lap (she was like 80lbs) and you couldn't easily push her off and also she was so happy on your lap. She was a very good dog.