It's been raining a lot here, but not in Narnia. I can't even remember the last time it rained and I didn't have to worry about watering my flowers. I should have a word with Mother Nature. You know, a guy likes to take a break every now and then!
Naturally, there were still surprises in town, so if you're curious, I'll tell you what went down!
I've gotta say, Derwin, I'm psyched to read whatever comics you want to make. They'd have to be better than what DC is publishing right now. And they haven't even started the DCNu yet, either! I'm talking about regular comics! As long as your comics have super heroes who save the day and act heroic and defeat villains without graphic violence or dark moody monologues, I'm in!
Yes, I squealed like a little girl when I ran into Pippy in the city. And yes, she tried to act like she was so cool she didn't even remember me. But I don't care. I got to see Pippy again, even if it was just for a few moments so she could bitch about how she had no bells and all her shopping was strictly of the window variety. It's Pippy!
Remember when Chevre talked about leaving? And how I tried to talk her out of it but she wasn't sure she was going to change her mind? Well, I guess she didn't. I mean, all week, she didn't say anything else about it, so I thought she was sticking around. So I suppose I was actually a little bit surprised to get this note from her. Of course, as soon as I saw that my mailbox had something in it, I kind of had a sinking feeling it was a good-bye letter from Chevre.
Meanwhile, that freakin' giant purple ape is still hanging around even though I never talk to her! What do I have to do to make her get the hint?
This actually happened earlier in the week, but I'm breaking continuity so that I don't end on a downer note of someone moving away. It's better to end it on some more of Pascal's nuttiness. And honestly? I welcome my new otter overlords. (Even if with that tail, I totally thought Pascal was a beaver...)