Thanks. I thought it was related to the previous day when Duke woke Alex.
Since when is he called “Dad”?
At 90, my dad decided he could eat whatever he wanted. As he said, “what’s it going to do, kill me two weeks sooner?” He enjoyed everything for the remaining 7 years of his life. Go, Dad!
I’m always excited when my “Comics I Follow” shows an Updated Today Liz Climo cartoon. Welcome back.
Don’t be lazy. Train your dog to heel on a leash. The retractable ones are dangerous to passersby, especially children.
I am very much enjoying this series. It takes me back…
Stephan Pastis, I do enjoy your plays on words. I see them coming, but I try not to guess the punch line; it makes them even funnier (or stupider, depending). In any case, thanks.
My husband and I had no children. When he died I gave his clothes to the high school drama class, most of his personal things to relatives, and kept a small box of “him” for myself. Now I occasionally go through it. His wallet with everything still in it, his favorite fishing hat, etc. I also have Grandma’s powder box, which has smelled like her for 50 years. Little things, people, little things.