With a quick flip, the calendar recently turned to yet another month. The Norman Rockwell painting of “Magician” (or sometimes referred to as “Card Tricks”) accompanying the outgoing month of July on our kitchen wall calendar, gave way to this month’s “Dreamboats” – two young women look longingly at movie star photos. And, like theContinue reading “The Sunday of Summer”
A comic about how things change.
*based on a true story
Made a stop at the post office this week and I’m hoping the bank and the water company appreciate the friendly face along with their check.
It was around, probably 2 or 3 in the morning. The sound of rain was hitting the windows and streets outside, adding nature’s own little lullaby of sound to the night. I awoke to the sound of our son’s voice calling out from the other room, scared. I went in and found him in bed,Continue reading “Nightmare equals impromptu sleepover (and a stiff neck)”
Some sound advice from Gotham City’s own Dark Knight, from 1963’s Batman #159. In a world where so many people sadly look to find their self-worth in online likes, followers, and little blue check marks (or lack thereof), I think it’s still pretty relevant. You tell ’em, Batman. It’s actually an incredibly timeless messageContinue reading “You tell ’em, Batman”
It’s amazing how quickly our little family has grown – from Meg and I, to our first cat, then another, then a third. Then came our little guy, followed last year by our little girl. Very quickly, our little starter home started to feel a little bit smaller. And so, we admit we have beenContinue reading “Wherever we go, there we are”
Well, it’s been awhile since I’ve actually sat down to talk a little bit about life, and that’s just because life’s been so crazy it’s been hard to find the time! As I’ve said before, I commend those of you who can post every day or even close to every day. Where do you findContinue reading “..And we all teamed up!”
We’ve all seen that cliche image from times past – a father, back relaxed in an easy chair, legs propped up on a footrest. Perhaps he’s wearing a robe, smoking a pipe, and even wearing slippers. Or at the very least maybe the family dog is bringing the slippers or paper to him. I don’tContinue reading “Celebrating Father’s Day with some favorite on-screen dads”
When something’s odd in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Nope, not those guys. Not the ladies currently carrying the torch either. Nope. You’re going to call a group of kids who work for an organization run by kids to investigate the odd. You call Odd Squad. I make no bones about my love ofContinue reading “Something very odd is happening”