Don’t bother googling it. Dr. Knott has some eccentric theories.
Fun times in the therapist’s office
The family dynamics of pigs can be complicated.
Whups. I meant to post this yesterday. Sometimes Mondays are like that.
Lots of anxiety in the waiting room.
The first visit to a therapist is always the most intimidating.
It’s a new page of Wanderlost! And a new chapter: “Tongue-Tied”!
Well, not really new. This was originally published at Modern Tales ten years ago, but as with the rest of Wanderlost stories, “Tongue-Tied” disappeared when a) Modern Tales folded, and b) my original website was hacked, forcing me to kill it.
Since then I have been going through the old files and have started making color corrections. This is especially true of this chapter. Ten years ago I was balancing full time employment with raising small kids, and I sometimes went too hasty in my color selections. Looking at them now, I realized they were terrible, so I have spent some time changing colors, adjusting hues, and adding colors to pages that were originally published in black and white due to time pressures. That’s why it has taken some time for me to get this pages back on the Web. I felt like there was no point in republishing old mistakes that could be corrected. Readers deserve better IMHO.
In other news, I should mention that I have started writing new Wanderlost stories. I won’t say when I will start posting them, because I am still working on Otherworldly Goods, starring Fetch. But I will let you know when I feel like I’m ready to set a firm deadline and a production schedule. Cheers!
“Grounded” is the third story line in the Wanderlost webcomic series. It initially ran from June to September 2007. A mere ten years ago as of this posting! Wow. “Let’s do the time warp agaaaiinnn.” Anyway, I like this story, even if it is shorter than the others. I hadn’t read it in a long time, so I forgot most of the jokes and plot points. This story is also the one where I developed the family dysfunctions Sheldon experiences (and contributes to, in some ways). That sets up pretty much the story lines through to the end of the series. So it wound up becoming a much more significant story than I had originally intended. Writing can be like that.