While the two are generally used as opposites, I tend to believe that sincerity and scribbles are pretty similar. 

Remember when you were little and would sit in your little tables in your art class and listen to your art teacher talk about techniques that were more apt for 10th graders than 4th graders? When you finished you project, just five minutes after her twenty minute speech she would smile and say, “That’s great…” That smile indicated that your project that very off. It was nowhere near that 10th grade level she was talking about. However, your heart and soul was on that piece of paper. Even if it was for the last five minutes and it was nowhere near what it was supposed to be.

That is Sincere Scribbles. Even if someone on the other end smiles that unappreciative smile, the entries continue and the sincerity, heart, and soul will continue.

Most likely the scribbles are about my journeys and I’m trying my best to be focused … because we know focus is what keeps people coming back.


–adjective, -cer⋅er, -cer⋅est.

1. free of deceit, hypocrisy, or falseness; earnest: a sincere apology.


–verb (used without object)

3. to write or draw in a hasty or careless way.



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