I read tarot cards and if an ‘unmarked shallow grave’ card showed up in my deck unexpectedly, I’d probably kick the person out too…
thank you so much. I was getting really ticked off by people being so rude about her, seeing as I was a rather 15-16 year old myself, and if something like that had happened to me I probably would’ve started laughing out of nervousness and pure shock.
Actually, I try not to question anything in this strip… Yeah, Bob, you nailed it.
“Why, yes. Yes it is.” I feel so reassured now…
I’m in my late teens. My closest confidant is my battered old teddy, Wadsworth (he was meant to be named Wordsworth, after the poet, but I got him when I was one and made a mess of his name. Now he is Wadsworth for convenience.) He’s about fifteen years old, has changed from white to a kind of dirty yellow-cream, and his fur’s a mess. I wuv him dearly and can’t get to sleep without knowing where he is. <3
Gah… my mom tells me ‘school is your job’ all the time. Not exactly right… one can always quit a job without one’s mother breathing down one’s neck. I can only work properly when I try to forget that I’m SUPPOSED to do it.
It’s funny… I remember being fascinated by my mom’s childhood, because she had such a crazy one. Since at least the age of eight she’s told me stories about it and I’ve seen the few pictures she has. Believing people were young isn’t my problem… it’s the growing older bit.
I got everything but my baby teeth… and I think my mom collected those. I’ve never had any sort of serious sickness, either, although I must admit that I’m only in my late teens so I can’t be sure of never having something. Worst I’ve ever had was a bad fever and some trouble with my sinuses that quickly cleared up. …and it is a bad sign when doctors start using pedophile tactics. I have a slight phobia of men in white coats already, so if one of them said something like that to me I’d be out the door.
She’s cute! You’ve established contact! Now, reeeeeel her in!
Like the mountain CAR road my parents were looking at existed since 1833… yeah…