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That sounds like a low rent team up comic: “Skylancer and Mai Tai in: Secrets Prowl the Old Bazaar”. Better put that in the notebook. Jack or Iowa or Mr. Spit could be reading a Skylancer and Mai Tai comic … Continue reading
Enter Antelopia with another image from the new phone camera. There are places in the world where it is probably common to capture two sorts of antelope in one snapshot, but Northern Indiana is not usually one of them. And … Continue reading
As I gear up to finish a bunch of comics, here is the first post of things I found in the old notebook. In honor of spring, enjoy this fragment of true life seasonal dialog. Two people are driving around … Continue reading
How does a late afternoon appointment with the eye doctor end up lasting more than two hours? Two eye exams, five pairs of glasses to fit, and a mindbending encounter with the dreaded health care system… it would be funny … Continue reading
Who knows the length of cultural holidays? The notebook knows. This post comes from notes taken last Thursday at Walgreen’s, as the Valentine’s candy made its final journey over to Clearance and the Seasonal Candy aisle was cleared for the … Continue reading
My husband usually makes the Yorkshire pudding to accompany our prime rib feasts, which are a feature on New Year’s and occur occasionally at other times of the year. His are made in individual popover pans, are light as bubbles, … Continue reading
It happened late this year, but today was Thanksgiving Day in the US. For those not familiar with the holiday, it has grand ambitions as a festival of harvest gratitude, but is general celebrated in a humbler way by gathering … Continue reading
Where was I yesterday? If you’re a fan of fonts or flat pack furniture, I’m sure you can guess. Whether or not you like the store or its stock, you have to admire those gorgeous Nordic capital letters. I personally … Continue reading
The mini mammoth, sometimes called a dwarf mammoth, is a real animal, though (sadly) an extinct one. Insular dwarfism occurs when populations of animals are isolated on islands or in other remote places and, over time, individuals become smaller to enable … Continue reading