If I had kept up with my comic the past two years, you would know a lot more about this golden man, but I’m planning to fill in the blanks eventually. His name was Oscar Cornbread and he was my Peachy Pie Mango Man, leader of the Ginger Gang, uncle to the Tuxedo boys, andContinue reading “Too Soon”
This is how I cope with devastation, okay? Apparently the neighbor and I had differing opinions on what “Cut to the fence line” means. No, it’s not really funny. But I’m trying to force myself to see it as a metaphor for how abuse of power kills the beauty in the world.
Fingers crossed he doesn’t eat the things.
The original adventure girl, Tookie was known to gain access to rooftops to fight crime. She joined a neighborhood watch after a mugging left her jingly beads in a hedge, and enjoyed sprints through parking lots and climbing into open drawers. At the end of the day, though, her favorite thing was stretching out atContinue reading “If You Look Up, Maybe You Can See Them.”
The Slinky One was a perfect gentleman in the bathroom at all times, but that didn’t stop his Nanny-Ma from making the joke that he was just in there to watch ladies.
This is pretty much what we do in the afternoons.
Look, it’s mostly new work. (Yes, yes, I drew all this.) Back on track next week!
You ever wonder what your trees are feeling? You ever wonder if the trees you hate on from next door are totally onto you but will filter your air anyway because they’re nice that way?
Sticking a memorial candle into your tree hole is a bad idea. So many things were bad ideas that day. Look where you’re going, drivers. And cats, meow meow meow-meow meowin’ meow, meow?
I never regretted letting trees grow all over the place before that night.
Okay, I didn’t really … oh, wait, I did. But they’d left. I think. No, they were on our roof. NOT COOL.
Well, the raccoons are back.
(In honor of the first day I went back outside alone after guys stole my ID with my address and all…and had two neighbors tell me I needed to cut some trees that had grown from all the rain and, you know, spring.)
Based on actual events.