Let’s see if it continues to show up in the future!
At my age, I frequently have gunky, runny eyes most of the morning. There’s nothing like tears to wash them out properly. I seem to have mostly had a conflicted relationship with my mother but thinking back I know she did as best as she could. I don’t think I ever properly grieved her passing a number of years ago but I will try harder to properly honor her memory. After losing my father earlier this year at the age of 101, I know he always greatly missed her after her untimely passing. It was painful for him to live alone in their house in Paterson, NJ until he entered a nursing home nearly 8 years ago.
she’s already checked out his junk.
I agree about Gertie, and the thing is I stumbled upon the thread dating back 15 years where Walt’s wife passed away and after the funeral, they brought Gertie in as a caretaker for Walt. Scancarelli was the artist and she started off as an elderly white woman. When did she become a person of color?
Hasn’t she made them all already?!
I hit “random” and ended up on the strip over 15 years ago when Phyllis passed away. After the funeral, they retained Gertie to look after Walt. And he was old then. Gertie doesn’t seem to have aged either but back then she started out as an obviously white woman. Now she is a black woman. I don’t know when the change took place but it was the same artist, Scancarelli back then.
fly Eagles, fly…….
this is so embarrassing. I meant to draw something funny and I completely forgot. Now I dare not show my face in cartoonland.
did Annie get there on her own by bus?