The thought was entertained, and quickly, smartly shut down. Below are the digital pencils for today’s comic, for those of you who enjoy seeing process work. (Click to embiggen.)
Krishna, I really dig the pencils process post. Very cool enlarging effect, and I’m loving the Uncubed sampler. Can’t wait to see a book in the future!
If it were only that simple… I like her doll!
I like your daughter’s doll, that’s cute!
Let me guess… You’ve been in America a long time? Here in India most of my coworkers think that Americans don’t love their parents, simply because we move out when we’re grown up. I try to explain that it’s not that we don’t, it’s just that the whole goal of growing up is to be independent, and that’s how all the neighbors know the parents were successful, and when grown kids stay with their parents it’s usually because they can’t hold down a job or have medical issues or something.
I tell them when I finished college my parents told me it was time I got a job and moved out so they can get on with their lives without me in the house, but they’d love it if I came for dinner a few nights a week (which wasn’t possible anyway as there’s no software jobs where they live).
But my Indian coworkers just shake their heads and remain convinced that we don’t love our parents.
Haha! My parents would probably have to work pretty hard to hide their shock/horror if I started moving my stuff back into their house! 🙂
I really enjoyed this comic. I was just thinking the same thing regarding my parents. 🙂
There’s an unmet need here. You can’t go home again, but what if you could hire part-time parents for yourself? Like a Molly Maid plus Nanny, but for adults?
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