Sarah is Del Ray’s mother. She used to be homeless until Del Ray got her off the street.
Too many Choc-Drops!
No mention of the older kids? Grandma cares more about the dog than them.
I did look both ways before I pulled into the roundabout! I still don’t know where the hell he came from.
I had an encounter with a “Jef” cyclist last week when I went into a roundabout in my subdivision. I heard a yell and looked back and saw a cyclist behind me. He somehow followed me to my house (which considering it was 100 degree and uphill and a mile from the roundabout was a pretty good feat) and when I got out of my car he had his phone out recording. He said that I nearly killed him. I told him that I didn’t see him. He kept saying “bikes aren’t invisible, sir” in a prissy voice. Eventually he went away.
Later I wished that I had said, “No, bikes aren’t invisible but they are small and when ridden by an enthusiast like you they are fast. It seems like when you see a car at an intersection you should think that maybe they won’t see you and maybe you should slow down and take precautions in case they pull out in front of you.”
Why don’t you bold Lynn’s Notes ?
This is my daughter Katie speaking. Word for word…and I thought it was great. Over and over, kids can get the better of you–but cuteness and comedy save their bacon.
Yes, or a Gulfstream jet.
Here’s a link to the strip that would have been run today: