"The guest is NOT always right. Trust me. I'm always right."
Today's Full Strip
No question- the dry desert heat is taking its toll on our heroine. She looks older and in pain, and her grip on that pen looks arthritic. Water, Mary - drink more water.
Writing "Ask Wendy" has taken a terrible toll on Mary's writing skills. An "untrue policy" - ??? Perhaps the policy is ill considered in Mary's eyes, but no policy is true or untrue. Those hikes in the "restorative" desert air have induced hypoxia. Mary needs to see the Pax Wellness Health Aide, who is none other than Shannon Brown.BTW, didn't you just know that Shannon's surname would NOT be something like Kowalski, Rossi, Fernandez, or Rosenstein? No diversity at Pax Wellness!
Who is going to take seriously the opinion of someone who writes like they're an alien from another planet? Geez Mary, could you get just a little more pompous? *sigh*
Mary started writing in blue sky daylight yesterday, now it is dark of night and she is still at it. Mary isn't writing a letter, she's writing a meddling manifesto.
OK, Moy. I'm staring to take this personally.
Whatever you say about Mary, peeping cactus doesn't care. Intent on the object of his desires, he waits patiently in the desert night.
Should we stiflethe saguaro's embrace?The answer is no.It was only trying to help.
* SPOILER ALERT *My local paper goofed up somehow and delivered this coming Sunday's comics with our paper today. If anyone thinks Mary's letter to save Shannon's job does any good, it evidently doesn't. On Sunday, we're treated to a verbal rehash of her letter as she pleads Shannon's case to the resort administrator.In other news, Chip Flagston and his friend, Jerry, are still unable to have an intelligent conversation with the new girl in town.
Wow. Just when you think things cannot get any more boring or any worse in the Non-Story Department.Remember the interview where KM said the original MW suffered from the stories moving at a "glacial pace." Still suffering.
@Nance at 11:53 AM, KM is avoiding glaciers by moving the MW action (ha!) to the desert.
Mary's letter reaches the Pax corporate headquarters in Chicago. "Who is this Worth dame? Guido -- go out and take care of her."
Stifle yourself, Edith!
I've been thinking about how we can make it through this Terrible Time, and Duckduck Goose inspired me. Let's try to comment only in Haiku or verse. Is anyone up for it?
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Sheesh, Mary, close the dang curtains already!
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