Wildflowers

A web comic about love, life, and trying to comes to terms with being transgender. Sometimes dark, sometimes light, and always an attempt at a honest look at transexual life.
Updating every day, including weekends!

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Thanks for the explanation. I first, I was wondering who she was visiting in prison. O.o

Personally, as far as hairstyles go, I used to sport a dreadhawk. I never put it in dreads, or even braids. But it was so nice during the summer months. I could let it down, and it wasn't as heavy or as hot.

I'm currently letting the sides grow out, but it's a pain. Right now, my hair sticks almost straight out on the sides. >,<
I always liked one-piece swimsuits. I think they're sexier.
I know the mirror, the enemy, well. It is the worse, telling me one moment that I'm looking pretty, and then later revealing me as a fraud and sending me into fits of self-hatred.

I hate mirrors. I hate cameras. They lie, the deceive, they stab you in the back and laugh in your face.

They are the worse, convincing me not to trust those who use feminine pronouns for me, or my friends when they lie as they call me beautiful.
I love Mitch's mom. She's awesome.
Yan Mouson
February 14th, 2017
@The Lady Emily: Someone has also said "as your mother" four times in a single panel. Methinks she's feeling threatened.
GreenKrog
February 14th, 2017
@The Lady Emily: Some people don't know how to share, even if the thing they are sharing is something they didn't want in the first place.
It is hard to tell if Annie even noticed the hostility.
I can't help but notice she's not looking at Annie, but rather kinda staring down Julie(?).

Someone has issues with other mum.
GreenKrog
February 12th, 2017
I rarely find that people trying to cheer me up actually cheers me up. I do find that when people don't try to cheer me up and just play sad music and put horrible food in me and don't talk to me, that cheers me up. People find comfort in their own ways - enhancing the sadness till it all gets out is what works for me. Sometimes grasping the insanity of the sadness is what it takes - like Annie and Cindi did right now.
But hey, I just write a web comic about sadness and hurt and hope. What would I know about it!
GreenKrog
February 12th, 2017
Love of mine
Someday you will die
And I'll be close behind
I will follow you in to the dark

No blinding lights or tunnels to gates of white
Just our hands grasped so tight
Waiting for the hint of a spark

If heaven and Hell decide that they both are satisfied
Illuminate the no's on their vacancy signs
If there's no one beside you when your soul embarks
Then I'll follow you in to the dark
GreenKrog
February 9th, 2017
@CuteDress&TwinPonytails: Mal is a FTM, yes. But he also has a different attitude about the whole trans thing. To him it is more like a thing that has happened and he can move on with his life. I hope people understand at this point what kind of feminist I am, but lets be honest, men do have some things in life much easier. Mal is going to have an easier time, or at least not be called out on it, for going in to a mens room. Heck, I've seen non-trans-men dykes going in to men's washrooms in Vancouver and nobody bats an eye. But if anything remotely resembling a man-shaped thing goes into a womens room, and security gets called. I pass most of the time but when I get those sideways looks I still get out as quickly as I can. My point is, Mal and Annie may both be trans, but their experience isnt remotely the same. Annie needs a girl to talk to.

Pick a comic page and I will find it and sign it and send it to you.
Panel 6---
" I wish I had someone to talk to about it . . . . "

* Wasn't there another transgender person in Wildflowers, sometime, somewhere ? Maybe a FTM ? Or has my memory gone stale ?

BTW---To echo Lessa's comment, Thank You for continuing to do Wildflowers. It also would be nice to have an autographed page from Wildflowers, if that is ever possible . . . .
Nobody wants to live in your winter wonderland. I might visit if I could find really cheap parts for my Crown Victoria, since they were made there.
GreenKrog
February 7th, 2017
@Lessa: I am just happy that I have done something of merit for those who need it.

If you haven't already, please check out the 'other stuff I read' section at the top. It has a number of trans* comics you may not have read, which could give you a bit more binging to do. (Bingeing? Binging? Binge-ing?)

I would be happy to sign and send you any page you want from my archive. Let me know which you want and I will fire it off. Unfortunately I am sort of terrible at anything other than the base comic so I can't really draw anything special for anyone, so that is the best I can do.

In closing: nobody should ever be in Florida :) No seriously. Come to Vancouver. You can live on my couch with my cat and have free healthcare.
Lessa
February 7th, 2017
Thank you
Thank you Miss Krog for all that you have done for me with your telling of Annie's story. I have finally caught up and I have only the regret that I can no longer binge read. If you ever attend a con or anything in Florida I would love to meet you and get a sighed WildFlowers page. I am such a fangirl.
GreenKrog
February 7th, 2017
@Becky: fixed, thank you for letting me know.
Becky (Guest)
February 7th, 2017
Hi missus,

Just a quick FYI. The speech bubbles are the wrong way round in panel 2.

Aside from that, keep up the fabulous work!

Bex
Yes, by all means, go back to Kora, Annie !
Morgikit (Guest)
February 1st, 2017
I'm guessing the title is a reference to Sinead O'Connor, a singer who's known for shaving her head.

Based on the lack of image earlier, I was going to suggest it was because she's also known for destroying a picture on television, and earlier there was no picture.
Yay for dealing <3
@GreenKrog: Something happened here, it seems