So true and very funny! I am glad that you visited my blog do that I got hooked up to yours – you go girl! And don’t worry about being government funded!
Your comics rock! Thank you for following “Not Pretending” – now I can once again have comics with my morning coffee 🙂
Thanks so much for following my blog. I look forward to reading yours. At least writing isn’t government funded yet! Nancy
I just came from the gym where I watched that awesome nursing commercial while I was on the treadmill. I think it played 3 times. It’s honorable whether or not you get the funding.
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Hilarious and fun!!!
Hi, Hollis! Cute cartoon! Thanks for following my blog. Hope to see you often. — Your friendly Astro-numerologist
Follow your bliss, as Joseph Campbell used to say before jobs began to disappear. Thanks for following my blog!
Exactly. Just the type of parent I don’t want to be. Thanks for visiting my page and following.
So bloody true
funny but true! 😀
Love this post! Nice to meet you here in WP! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
HI there! This always makes me chuckle! Although I must confess that sometimes it is not just our parents that we must “convince” to allow us to follow our own dreams–the scary thing to me is when I realized that I must first convince myself that it is ok (aka “a good idea that will bring success, joy and prosperity”) to shoot for something that may seem to be “pie in the sky” (or should I say chocolate…wink!)… but little steps for little feet… we can learn to not only believe in our dreams but to eventually expect them to become our “reality”… thanks so much for the follow! What an adventure we lead on this tiny planet! Thank goodness for the dessert times!
Hello this is my first trip here. I just want to say thanks for the follow. Hope you enjoy my read. you are welcome any time. I’m trippin. Looking at this small one page cartoon, it speaks as loud or louder than page full of words. I never considered that before. If only I could draw. No, it’s worse than my typing.
Hello and thank you. I am so glad I stopped by to see that cartoon…made me smile. Your humor is great. And, like others have said – a great example of how not to be a good parent.
Thanks for liking my recent blog post! Enjoyed reading yours! Cheers!!
Wow so true and funny but I have to say that I was the one thing stopping me from doing what I love.
so true:) I remember my dad was trying to focus my attention on studying law or administration but when I told him, I want to study Art History, he took it ok and started thinking what jobs can I do with that degree:)
Haw! My mother used to tell us: “The truth is often spoken in jest.” You’ve done it superbly here!! : )
Thanks for following me at I speak Female! and nothing but wisdom is spoken here…love this!
Thanks for following my blog stay connected c ya
Ahahaha, I’m totally putting this on Facebook! That’s awesome. Thank you for following my blog, I love yours!
Thanks for the visit … I thought Abe said it best …
“The legitimate object of government, is to do for a community of people,whatever they need to have done, but cannot do, at all, or cannot, so well do, for themselves — in their separate and individual capacities.” – Lincoln
To the point 🙂
Funny…but the bills must be paid. 🙂
Thanks for checking out my blog and for following. I love your cartoons. I will take some time here and check out your other posts.
Hahahahahahahaha.. i can’t stop laughing..!
Ah, so…reminds of old Japanese maxim: “Nail that sticks up above the rest…is hammered down!”
That was to too too to funny! Thanks for following me, love your page!
Thanks for the humor . . . it’s much appreciated! Thank you also for visiting and following my site!
Thanks for following our post. We are planning some more interesting posts in the future. Hope to see ya soon.
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The American Dream…. Not.
Perfect entertainment for a procrastinated Thursday night.
Thanks for the follow! I’ve looked at a couple of your comics and I already like you. 🙂
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