Looks like you squeezed a LOT into your day and still managed to make it to the crosswalk in time to see the little ghosts and goblins across safely.It appears that Kat is still "fat and happy!"
Yeah, I was going to make a chicken thing for dinner, but remembered at the last minute that I had yet to get the chicken - sort of a necessary ingredient.And yes, Kat is quite "happy".
Good thing you didn't get a speeding ticket on that bike Abby Ha Ha
Sure hope the family appreciated what you went through to serve them a delicious chicken dinner. You're really proving to be a swifty shopper.P.S. Your artwork is fabulous once again! Thanks for giving me a reason to smile after a crazy night at work. (Go figure, huh?)
Wonderful!Hm, is your cat feeding himself up for the winter or something?
Like how you are able to juggle several things at one time. Hope the family enjoyed the road chicken.
I was imagining how the rest of the strip would unfold if the Grocery was instead your own chicken farm with live ones running around. Betcha still woulda had it ready!Winner winnerChicken dinner
I take the shortcuts ;)
I bet you could get "graphic" with some of your crazy work nights! But maybe shouldn't...
The cat must be somehow sneaking food from somewhere to keep her happy figure!
The chicken disappeared, I hardly got any for me. But that was fine after those bugs I ate on the road.
Oh, I woulda still had it ready. And maybe having to go out and snap a few necks would've been appropriate - it was adobo!
I should draw my days in a series of pics. Could be good therapy. (I'd be faster using stick figures, though.)
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