During Finals Week of Fall 2015, I often found myself drawing rather than writing my papers. This is one of the pieces I drew. While I thought this was procrastinating and I often said to people when I showed it to them, "this is what I've been doing instead of my work," a friend of mine said to me, "No, Bradley, this is what you've been doing with your work."
Interesting how just changing a preposition can shift the perspective of an act of avoidance to an act of creativity. I didn't see how drawing this rose could be something that I created with or alongside my papers, not something that I produced instead of my paper.