Monday, November 16th, 2009
I was so excited about my new outfits that I forgot simple spelling. Also, whoa, it’s a little bit freaky to draw my comic self with a defined figure. And a neck? Don’t worry, this was a special edition thing. Bean Pole Breena will be back in future comics (but Figure Breena is here to stay in real life!)
Monday, March 3rd, 2008
There are some exciting new things happening in the blogosphere, my friends. For my part I am keeping my links section updated, and it would surely behoove you to visit some of the sites listed. I like having friends who write! It motivates me and entertains me and, well, it’s cozy. It’s like we’re all snuggled up on the couch watching a movie, or, I don’t know, reading each other’s blogs on our lap tops. Get one!
Seeing as how today is Superficial Monday I will save Part Two of yesterday’s post for another day and instead let you know about some exciting new things that are happening in the fashion world. Well, one exciting thing in particular. It is my wardrobe, which I decided today deserves its own label. If I were to start my own clothing line I would be torn between two product names, either “Bland” or “Yawn.” This, of course, refers only to my workaday wardrobe; my weekend wardrobe remains, as always, “Scrub.” Affectionately.
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007
When I write something here I tend to follow up on it, I’ll give myself that. Today is day 3 of the Wear-Your-Hair-Down-Week personal challenge. I feel a little bit like a cat has taken up permanent residence on the back of my shoulders and neck, which is kind of precious when I imagine it that way. If she would only purr. Last night I went to bed before 8:00, curled up in a ball in my toasty little bedroom and I’m wondering if maybe I am becoming a cat myself. Going to bed that early of course means that I was not very productive last night, which was foolish with Christmas and also my comic strip deadline looming.
I’m going to be really terrible at tagging, I can tell. (Can you guess how often I’m going to use the style tag? Hint, not as much as the weather tag.)