Not that something being on the top shelf would actually keep Dee from obtaining them, but the idea that she could now walk up to the top shelf where things were generally kept out of her reach was fun.
Sometimes when sneezing, it has that paralyzing tensing of all the muscles feel to it. When writing this week of strips, I suddenly pictured how awful it would be to sneeze while stuck in ice — not only the cold, but the absolute inability to move any part of your body while this tense release happens. The thought was thoroughly unpleasant and made me laugh.
I always thought this strip was super-sweet, both her wanting to make Ted happy and the others being entranced by her sweetness (and the desire for pampering).
Happy Holidays everybody. :)
I love that feeling, where everything is so relaxed and serene, that I could just slip off into sleep.
Unfortunately it usually happens during important lectures or meetings.
This strip was a bit of a stretch of the reality (I know, I know, a talking bear, WHAT reality). But it was too sweet and too much fun to imagine vachel going to these lengths to avoid a hug that he KINDA REALLY ACTUALLY WANTS.
Thank you Vachel. We didn’t want to know.
This strip was fun to write, because I like decorating my tree by making things. Although I usually keep to stringing cranberries and popcorn.
Odd to think that this is one of the most adult strips in the entire Little Dee series. :)
I enjoy writing nugget jokes like this. The tennis is mentioned in a list of throw-away silliness, but then it shows up again in the punchline. Ah, the craft of humor. I love it.