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WELCOME! This blog is a personal project I started in August 2011 with the goal of drawing and posting an illustrated status message a day - I haven't stopped since. On weekday mornings, I get up, draw a cartoon, and post whatever I can manage to before going to work. I began cartooning to find my voice. Still searching, but I've learned that the attempt is everything. What's your status message today?

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Single Girl, PSA

Pre-Valentine's PSA for y'all :)

6 comments:

Andrew said...

Rejection is easy. Rejection is fun. Rejection gets you the best stories.

It's acceptance only to have it blow up in your face that is scary. It's even scary when you realize you might built your life around the person before it all falls apart.

I know I have been leaving a lot of comments lately, but you have been just so spot-on.

Michael H said...

Congrats on getting posted on NPR. Don't know if anyone has told you yet.

Michael H said...

OOps, forgot the link. http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/2013/12/30/258313089/the-right-way-to-hug-a-lion?live=1&utm_content=socialflow&utm_campaign=nprfacebook&utm_source=npr&utm_medium=facebook

Karen Marie Little said...

Rejection is so aweful and yes life is so short. I guess for so many rejection is something that has happened so often that it causes pause when you see someone that you want to ask out. As always you are speaking the truth and on this subject the truth does hurt.

Once again, thanks for letting so many know that they are not alone in the horrors of dating.

Bill Doughty said...

I need to find a way to send this back to, say, 16 or 17 year old me.

Well, first I'd smack me around a little, point at the girl across the way and say "Her. Talk. To. Her." and THEN show him the comic, but still, the comic would be in the whole process. :)

aditza reyes said...

If you met me on the street I think we might just hit it off ... I can so relate. Rejection and I have been friends for years but if you dont take the risk how will you know? It's a 50/50 shot ...

Thanks Connie
:)