I like Dorothy’s Donation Derby almost as much as I like her comic Cat and Girl. If you send her money, she does a small drawing to show how she spent it. The result is an autobiographical comic blog with snippets of funny dialogue and moments from her life. Today there was a library mention that will be funny to anyone who still maintains vertical files. Don’t we have computers for that? I spent a good chunk of my life cutting out newspapers for the wonderfully eclectic American Radicalism & Popular Culture vertical files when I was an undergrad at Michigan State University. If you ever happen to be in East Lansing researching representations of Grant Wood’s American Gothic in advertising, MSU’s got yer back. We never got into any screaming matches either.
Hello pointless and uncalled for anxiety! Fuck off maybe?
Outside with baby Alice. Sitting in the sunshine listening to my neighbors' conversations, ogling their dogs.
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The car is too small to fit everyone! Grandma doesn't get a seatbelt. Planning!
Nothing says relaxing like packing for an overnight trip with a newborn, the 5yr old, and the in-laws.
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RT @CaseyFerrand: Second line through Armstrong Park for the legend and musical icon Prince. #ripprince https://t.co/zfEbyM87rx
"Daddy, did Jesus have a middle name?" Mommy (from other room): "H!"
Most excellent baby! https://t.co/rgHvbhex17
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