I do miss the “Big drop! I’m okay! Don’t follow me!” after the THUMP. I can just imagine the facial expression to go with it. You know, that nearly instant transition from “Whoa! That was scary!” to “Everything fine here! I’m just washing my paw, nothing unusual here!”
That works. But the more I think about it, if your cat is missing and you are running out of paper in the printer, you don’t go down to the store and buy more paper. You use what you have at hand, even if it’s the more expensive card stock.
At least, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
I know, I know, but “paper” or “poster” had too many syllables. Besides, maybe it was printed on cardstock.
Dashing through the snow, shaking all the way! What fun it is to climb the pole and take the card away!
To quote Georgia Dunn, “Boxes are never empty because they are always filled with adventure!” Yay boxes!
Well, Lupin is used to being the cat of adventure, not watching Elvis do something adventurous.
Yes, I loved the format of the twice a week strips, but waiting three or even four days between installments was …difficult…
How Georgia managed to produce two (or sometimes more) of those a week, I don’t know.
It may be the best line in the series. Hard to say, there have been so many!
Still love this one.