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Everyone and everything thirsts for water.
9:39 am on Sunday, July 22, 2012
Nice artistic display. The falling leaves hit me. I was out for a walk yesterday and the sidewalk was like a fall day filled with leaves. Not just a few, I was shuffling through enough to start raking and bagging. It's funny how the mind recognizes both the common -I've got to get my rake out - to the bizarre - Holy Cannoli, It's July not October.
11:40 am on Sunday, July 22, 2012
Thanks for the comment, Anthony! The falling leaves are a bit disturbing. It is good to take a cartooning-break from the political stuff for a week... unless the pro-drought folks are chatty today! Holy Cannoli indeed!
4:51 pm on Sunday, July 22, 2012
The one benefit to a drought is construction. My subdivision is going through complete rebuilding of the streets, and the project appears to be ahead of schedule. If we had weather like the last two summers, with regular showers and bouts of severe weather, the project would be several weeks behind..
Of course, it would be far less dusty. I get my car washed, and within a couple of days, it's covered in a layer of dust, again.
7:08 pm on Sunday, July 22, 2012
I don't like the drought. We have to check the garden and plantings a few times a day to keep them growing. But I love your drawing and it certainly states what has been happening the last few weeks. Thanks for sharing.
1:04 am on Monday, July 23, 2012
Thanks for checking-out my cartoon and commenting, Lynn. I think a cartoon about water bills will be in the offing soon.
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