If this story is truly over, maybe it's time to award the word "Good" for being the most used word in this story. I always enjoy a nice love story. They're good. Now, where'd I put my cigarettes?
The last panel of the story should be of 3E on a deserted island with horses, all smoking.
I've been on vacation, but catching up with MW, I saw that Nance has not been doing Boldface Haiku, and I think the entry from July 8 bears noticing. See the secret angst in that final question mark... Plus I love when the comics uses a word like "shrew" not once but twice!Lucky, shrewYou? Shrew?Never!Too Better WorryReason Right?Methinks all is not rosy going forward in Hoosierland....
All's good that ends good!
At the risk of being as tediously repetitious as this strip has often been, this story line has fallen flatter than . . . uh, something really flat. With all these many unresolved issues begging for closure, all we get is this sappy happy ending. Very disappointing conclusion.Oh well, we'll always have Iris and Zak.-- Scottie mcW.
Surely, Wanders, you don't think that Moy reads your blog. She's not that cool.
All's well that ends.Well.....
Good night, and good luck.
Mary's packing her (un-bagged) shoes on top of her clothes? Yuck! The ship must not have had a packing demonstration.I foresee a floating head of Jeff as Mary and Toby wing their way back to Santa Royale. Mary will sigh "Dear Jeff!" Back home at Charterstone she'll give him a crummy souvenir and then the brush-off. (I bet Jeff would appreciate a souvenir like Esme instead of some trinket.)
@KitKatI'm surprised we never saw a floating pack of cigarettes hovering over Derek's head.-- S. McW.
Not so fast Wanders. Enjoy is coming from behind.
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