Wrong color labelling given to the colorist can have the same result. That has happened before. (You could look at other sources carrying Luann which sometimes get different color choices and see if there are switches in those, too. If you do not take your newspaper talk w a friend or family member who does, and consider buying it.)
So, it becomes another “maybe, or maybe not”
Hmmmm, either no one caught on that i had the mailbox in a bikini instead of Luann in it, or people did, chuckled, and politely did not scold me for being rushed. If so, then thank you.
Remember those neighborhood contests with painted horses, painted cattle, painted utility boxes, etc? I wonder what could be done with retired mailboxes which are not too rusted out.
Makes sense. Standard first jump strapped to another.
What I want to know is if the pilot is going to turn out to be someone from Luann’s past, and if so, then who? Personally, I am hoping for either Aaron or his father. His father would result in a longer and more complex story line with catching up happening first, then the typical Luann concerns of whether she should get in touch with Aaron. (Yeah, I know some people did not appreciate Aaron, but he and his father were mostly kind souls. Remember the night they rescued soaked Luann during a storm at the mailbox in a bikini because of a sleep-over dare? Aaron’s father taught both kids a good lesson that night.) Who would I not want the pilot to be? Crazy Annie leads the list.
I wonder if Kat remembers the actual past encounter with that painting when with her deceased birth father, or just the feeling from that.
To see the full painting: Use the MOMA site. Jean Charlot, 1941, Tortillera with Child. I enlarged the writing between panels and then searched. To me the flow of it feels like water smoothed stones or shells.
Yup. There are nations where the new Stones album is the number 1 album, and Now and Then by the Beatles (with some computer facilitated help) is the number 1 single.
I laughed so hard that my hubby came to see what got me chuckling and chortling away. Okay, guffawing. “They” may say that women don’t snore, sweat, or guffaw, but…
There comes a time when anyone who is emotionally stable winds up realizing that it simply makes sense to listen more to those who are actually in your life and therefore know you and yours better than peripheral individuals do or even can. (And, yes, people who should be in one’s life do at times become peripheral or make themselves peripheral, so define the groups according to how well you access that they actually know you.)
No extra gigs until the extra gags run out…
Agreed. Gunther is more of a very long time friend, closer to a cousin or brother than a lover for Luann, I think. In a tiny village with no selection I could see them paired, but Luann (and Gunther, too, after a long time learning the needed skills) are currently very social animals in a town with both a college and a community college. I think they will be forever extremely close friends, and maybe wed at age 93 after both are widowed, but I can not see them as a workable romantic couple at this age, and she and he DO both deserve a chance to play the field for a while.