Hedgehog Yarn

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Instead of mice, it’s one of their friends, the hedgehog!

A friend purchased some yarn from a vendor called “Hedgehog Yarn,” which prompted me to ask if, at the end of the ball of yarn, you find a hedgehog tangled up inside.  Kind of like the prize at the bottom of the cereal box.  This led to requests for drawings of a hedgie getting tangled up in her knitting project.  Which led to this comic.

Happy knitting, friends!

 

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So Many Apples

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It’s all fun and games until you’re buried in sticky apple peels.

EDIT:  It’s a “slice”-of-life comic!

Buried

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Metaphorically speaking.

A friend was telling me that a mutual friend was likely “buried in her work,” and this instantly sprang to mind.

“Is that…daylight?”

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This might as well have been moles, as mice.

Also, credit goes to my daylight-deprived brother for the direct quote.

Hello, Good-bye

We're more than half-way through 2016. Maybe my head will stop spinning by the time November does its fly-by.

We’re more than half-way through 2016. Maybe my head will stop spinning by the time November does its fly-by.

It’s a little rough due to lack of Photoshop, and the fact that I had to put it up when given the chance, because June will be totally gone before we know it.

Ypres! A Mouse: Dropping in for Tea

Zeppelins were used to carry out bombing missions across Europe, including Britain.  The physical damage they caused was probably not as great as their psychological impact--bringing the war to the doorsteps of people far from the front.

Zeppelins were used to carry out bombing missions across Europe, including Britain. The physical damage they caused was probably not so great as their psychological effect–bringing the war to the doorsteps of people far from the front.