Strips Of Life

Mellie, Food for Thought 02

Posted in Uncategorized by Bennett Klein on April 22, 2010

I was looking for a thought bubble for Donovan, so I asked him what goes through his mind during a Mellie musing…he said “usually I think it’s cute”…is this guy too perfect?
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  1. Hiten said, on April 23, 2010 at 2:23 am

    Jealous, this almost looks like rotoscoping…

    When’s me?

    • Bennett Klein said, on April 23, 2010 at 10:43 am

      Hey Hiten, are you available today? Drop me an email and we’ll get together for a session.

  2. Anna said, on April 25, 2010 at 4:15 am

    Donovan is a saint and the King of Cool. Perhaps what Donovan appreciates in Lisa is that she keeps him posted on the reality of planet earth or should I say “the irrationality” of planet earth. Meanwhile I would be calling Lisa’s blog “LISA sms” and making a contract with Lisa and Donovan to ensure that they receive a percentage of the earnings of what will likely be a very high readership. Lisa has finally found her niche in life, as someolne who merely speaks with her words recorded verbatim. Now and again Donovan, Kirk, Ian, Jane, Evan, Mae, Tony, Ann, Alexandra Michaella, and perhaps Bennett, the author himself- – will appear for cameo appearances or a blurb or two. In fact you could create a weekly “family dinner” series.

    My cat PJ who weights about 20 pounds, just zoomed by me, chased by his little brother Peppy who is at age 7 the size of a year old kitten. Peppy can be the petty tyrant of our house, when he is bored. On those occasions he sets up a storm of activity as a way to amuse himself. Although Peppy has currently let out a scream at the window. He has spotted Bob the cat next door, on his property. This always riles him up so much that his tail expands to twice the size as he is. We could not create a blog of our dialogue in this house because the only people engaged in communication are the cats and dogs. John is too busy working with his magic cards to engage in conversation and I am too busy reading Bennett’s blogs.

  3. Anna said, on April 25, 2010 at 4:22 am

    Donovan is a saint and the King of Cool. Perhaps what Donovan appreciates in Lisa is that she keeps him posted on the reality of planet earth or should I say “the irrationality” of planet earth.

    I would be calling Lisa’s blog “LISA sms” and making a contract with Lisa and Donovan to ensure that they receive a percentage of the earnings of what will likely be a very high readership. Lisa has finally found her niche in life, as someolne who merely speaks, with every word, quoted verbatim, putting her in the same league as other major celebrities of the day. Now and again Donovan, Kirk, Ian, Jane, Evan, Mae, Tony, Ann, Alexandra Michaella, and perhaps Bennett, the author himself- – will appear for cameo appearances for a blurb or two. In fact what might be in order is a family dinner version of these cartoons.

    My cat PJ who weights about 20 pounds, just zoomed by me, chased by his little brother Peppy wh is at age 7is the size of a year old kitten. Peppy can be the petty tyrant of our house, when he is bored. On those occasions he sets up a storm of activity as a way to amuse himself. Although Peppy has currently let out a scream at the window. He has spotted Bob the cat next door, on his property. This always riles Peppy up so much that his tail expands to twice the size that he is.

    John and I could not create a blog of our dialogue in this house because the only people engaged in communication are the cats and dogs. John is too busy sorting his magic cards to engage in conversation, and I am too busy reading and responding to Bennett’s blogs. Pixie, Peppy and PJ all rushed past me, three cats and one ball of fur. Is there another bird in the house?

    • Bennett Klein said, on April 26, 2010 at 10:39 am

      Anna, I can’t wait to get going on an entire series about you and John, I might just be able to use your comments as my material!


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