I remember the art supplies store manager pulling me aside several years ago - She’d been there as long as I’d been drawing comics - She said she’d been trying to figure out who it was doing all these little doodles on scratch pads over the years. When she realized it was me she pulled me into her office to show me the wall of my sketches that she’d accumulated over the decade. She wanted to share it with me before she retired. After her, the next art supplies manager began posting these little doodles on the wall in the middle of the sketchbooks area for everyone else to see. Now other artists contribute to the collection. I had almost forgotten about it until I stopped in today and an employee who I remember cutting my first comic book Bristol boards for me in 1996 said she still comes in every morning looking for new little doodles from me throughout the store each day, and that it always gave her something she looked forward to. :D Sometimes you have no idea what kind of effect you have on others until long after the fact. I was just trying out art supplies… but somehow managed to contribute value to other peoples lives. Thankful for little moments like these.