It kind of gives you warm fuzzies.
Actually, those words are not from “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”. They are from the screenplay of the movie.
Wherever they came from, truer words were never said.
May we always remember and cherish those words…bless you, dearest Red and Rover
Of course, that flies in the face of Red’s mania to become an astronaut.
Beautiful artwork, Brian!
Oh, I believe there is some moisture running down my cheek. Thank you Brian, and I also thank you for the artwork!
Beautiful coloring and shading!
I love the place that i live.
Words written on the shores of beautiful Bass Lake.
Wow, so timely. We watched that movie — yet again — before I read this. Love the movie, love this comic.
Truer words never writ. The trick is to keep that alive in your heart as life leads you where it will.
The quote is nice, but what is even nicer, is the two of them sitting together on a nice summer evening, like we used to do, “back in the day”! Bet few people do that anymore.
I love this art and this strip. I see how many who love it too. When a generation shares a place in time it’s nice, we reminisce together.Almost everyday we cherish the good parts of childhood and the dogs who spent that time in our hearts.I long for those times, I don’t even Have a back door, let alone a back yard. But we do carry the things we lost in our hearts. I would love to be able to buy a print of this.