another one would have been too hard-woodn’t it.
Wall Nancy has nothing but bricks. Well, I guess she is in the paint. (I know, I know, it’s probably not paint. Chalk it up to trying too hard for a pun).
Kids get frustrated trying to come up with ideas for drawings, stories, etc. Sometimes it’s hard to remember, but I bet when you were a kid you at least once asked someone what you should draw, what you should play pretend, or what you should write about.
If I learned anything from cartalk, it’s that red paint makes cars go faster.
TBH, I stopped speculating when she gave a talk incognito.
Speak for yourself.
oh no now I want to know what Ms Bangles is looking at but I have to get some sleep.
Both shoes tell a story. The one on the right, the story is about what we see, the wearer is standing with one leg off the ground, and they almost stepped on a flower. Did someone point that out, so they stopped midstride? The one on the left is tied, and is broken in enough that the canvas is not rigid, but it’s not so warn that it’s getting visible holes or the laces frayed. The wearer removed it without untying it, so they may have been exhausted.
Although backgrounds are often beneficial, Lucy’s picture doesn’t need one. I wonder if she doesn’t usually do them because she’s focusing on parts that challenge her more, or focusing on parts that challenge her less, or she just likes her pictures telling their stories by what’s not shown.
In today’s strip she’s speaking up for a friend who has stage fright in a humorously assertive way. In today’s Nancy classic (1950), she’s going to tell her teacher she should go on “vacation” on a one way trip to the moon. Her rudeness has been part of her wit and charm for decades.
I think I know why somebody’s relationships go bad.