As you can see by my lack of respect for golf, I do think about how the ole irons could be put to good use. Both my kids are golfers. As for me, I am dangerous on the golf course. I also like to honk when someone is trying to hit the ball. Enjoy!
My family and some of our friends enjoy kayaking. Not white-water, just lake or lazy river. When I first got Curtis E., my dog, I tried taking him kayaking and he was too large to fit in a single kayak. I even tried putting him on my daughter's sit-on-top kayak. It was a failure too. Oh well, I tried.
The cartoon depicts why I won't buy a double kayak. It just isn't a good idea. I hate group projects too.
This is for my daughter's friend, Jenna. Enjoy!
My dog, Curtis E. LeMay, and I have an evening tradition of making and eating peanut butter sammiches. I cut off the crust for him, since I don't like it, and I eat the center. He gets irritable if he misses his evening treat.
My wife was concerned about referencing terrorism in the strip, but I felt it is a part of our culture now. It has been for a long time. I am not making fun of it by any means. It, like so many other things, have been added to our culture and my mentioning it, I hope, is not upsetting to anyone in this context.
My real dog, Curtis E. LeMay, actually does this to my wife. She is not a dog person and I think Curtis E. knows it. Although I did not teach him to do this, it is awfully funny. Enjoy!
This is not a slam on women drivers. Unfortunately, I used to ride with a female friend who sped up to stop. I could not look out the front window of the car when I was in the passenger seat.
I survived, but not totally unscathed. Oh well. Enjoy!
Yes, it has been a long time since I posted a new strip. Sorry. I have just finished the move into our new home, left a bad job, and submitted this strip to Creators Syndicate, Inc. Please keep me in your prayers. Now I will be posting twice again regularly.
This strip echoes an experience I had as a child. I can still see "IT" in my mind. Oh well. Enjoy!