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  1. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 1 day ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    As soon as I could talk and interact with other kids, I knew there was a hierarchy, a pecking order into which I had to fit. In the classroom and out in the playground, I knew where I was welcome and where I wasn’t. So many different elements came into play: temperament, ability, looks, interests, even cleanliness were things we considered before friendship could begin.

  2. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 2 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    This was from memory. On my first day of school I seemed to make one gaffe after another. It didn’t take long before I hid my embarrassment by being a clown.

  3. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 3 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:"

    This is what I call the “DUHhhh moment”; that frozen space of time between, “You want me to do what?” And… “Maybe I’ll do it.”

  4. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 4 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    I don’t remember missing my kids when they went off to school. They were ready, and the strip, for me, was a full time job. This was Elly’s point of view. This was from someone who would now be wondering where the future would take her. Wanting a career aside from parenting, she was now free to make some choices.

  5. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate: First Class 5 days ago

    That’s three more than I can do unless I’m leaning against something.

  6. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 5 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    I was much more emotional, much more excited than my children were on their first day of school. Maybe it’s because I remembered so well my own first day — my own foray into the mayhem of new bodies, new bullies, new friends. Maybe I was remembering the size of the classroom where I sat and what I saw. Maybe I could hear the sounds, feel the noise, and taste the scent of new paper and pencils and paint. Maybe I was reliving their excitement at being a “big kid” for the first time. On the other hand, maybe I was just really glad to have the rest of the day to myself.

  7. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 7 days ago

    McPherson just can’t seem to draw realistic looking babies and toddlers.

  8. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 8 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    Wordplay is something I really love. The trouble is that gags like this will not translate easily into other languages. I have spoken to translators who must change the gag completely so that a punch line will make sense to their readers. A translator of comic art must therefore be a humourist and a word-smith as well.

  9. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy 11 days ago

    Yes, it’s back up now. Before I was getting an error that the page had moved.

  10. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy 11 days ago

    I wasn’t able to access the new strip on creators.com. Here is a link to it on the Houston Chronicle website.