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  1. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse about 10 hours ago

    Elly is spot on here. What a perfect friend, at a time when sorely needed!

    This would be a horrible time of adjustment for everyone. I’ve seen step-parents become “Dad”, but it did take years of love and proof of stability. People in this strip have not been together long, and have hit several terribly stressful milestones: divorce, move, new jobs, marriage- so issues are very believable. The father should definitely be helping, but it is a huge change for kids going through huge enough changes already in their lives, and it is going to be rocky! Doesn’t mean it can’t end well, but it’s tough for everyone.

  2. masnadies commented on Baldo 2 days ago

    My kids have also learned that the radio being turned down is a bad sign! Funny how we all do it, and yet we all do it without realising it or why it helps

  3. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 3 days ago

    This doesn’t really seem that far off my oldest’s behaviour, and he is about Michael’s age. As for the sweating, it is summer (even in Canada), and I do like the artwork, too.

  4. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 7 days ago

    Sweet. And real.

  5. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 7 days ago

    Agreed. I moved twice as a kid, and never complained, and the first time, I made friends after I moved. The second time, it was before junior high, and those were a rough few years! I don’t resent my parents, but I do have to say that kids who have strong social ties are the same as we are. Moving when it is not your choice is TOUGH. Few of us who are happy where we live would enjoy being taken out of our good jobs and strong friendships.

  6. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 8 days ago

    Having moved as a teen, that was my first thought. Manners or no, teens who have gone through divorce, re-marriage, and moving away from friends, and then are carted around for introductions might be a little cranky. Exaggerated for effect, here we go.

  7. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 12 days ago

    This is so old, it may be true again! I did see some (smaller) shoulder pads in the past year or 2.

    My husband is an engineer. I’m not sure he knows what does or does not look good. That is OK with me! I never ask him how I look, because it doesn’t seem fair, but I am looking forward to the day- not far distant- when my children can tell me if I am making good fashion choices.

  8. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 15 days ago

    It can be scary! Most kids don’t like to be on display in front of dozens of people. Mine will never do this job, and they miss getting to wear the dresses, but they don’t miss that!

  9. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 21 days ago

    This never ends- we all want the accessories, even if we don’t need them: a key to the house if we use the garage entrance, a company car/phone/credit card, even if we don’t need one, all the file access we can manage, meaningless but cool-sounding job titles…

    One of the things I like about this strip is that she catches onto truths about life that many of us don’t notice in ourselves, although we criticise it when we see it here. It’s still no less true of all of us, most of the time!

  10. masnadies commented on Baldo 22 days ago

    Yes, he is. Even as a non-single mother, I often find I allow the craziest things, because they don’t seem to be a real problem at the time. Often, I never see the problem, though others all tell me there is one (I do see it here though, walls don’t like water- right? :-) )