They are all heroes in their own way.
A bag boy has to wear a mask all day and be close to strangers, too. I know a grocery worker who caught it.
Grocery checker myself. Never thought I’d be a hero for that but I certainly feel like one now. Thanks, Jenny.
I’ve just found out about the objects hidden in Sunday comics today as a thank you for our essential workers: microscope, mask, apple, fork, and grocery cart. Such fun and a delightful way to say “thank you”.
Love the “find the thing” activity. In these most unusual times, it might be very helpful to parents of young children if there were several, or many, Sunday comics offering this activity. You might publish the list on a website so as to not take up too much room on your art panels. Just an idea. Thanks
When everybody is a hero then the word becomes meaningless.
There are several cartoonists doing this today some don’t explain it it’s just there.
Let us not forget those that are keeping the power on, water flowing, toilets flushing, and TV services up. Try living without those for awhile.
Great job of blending the items into the scene in a very natural way!
Good placement of the symbols. And, thanks to Jeffin and to all the other grocery workers.
Thank you and you are welcome.
Just remember the essential workers outside of hospitals are working with far less PPE and often around people that are far less careful about spreading the disease.
It does seem the word hero is way over used.
Good job incorporating all six items Jenny
I can’t find the fork…..
I have followed this comic for quite a while but never wrote a comment until now. As an essential worker, in the ER (I actually read this in between patients) and in teaching, I would like to thank you and all of the cartoonists who took part in the National Cartoonists Society challenge to use the symbols in their comics today (well, yesterday, since I’m writing this on Monday).