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@TerrytheTeryx: Ooh, an ocean dweller. Good one! :D
eekee
October 19th, 2018
I don't think I have words to say
much of what I feel about this,
but I do know that it was just what I needed,
today.

Thank you, Rachelbriner!
eekee
October 19th, 2018
<3
eekee
October 19th, 2018
Oh no! A crocofishogator!

hehe~ I like this comic, it's just the cheering up I need right now.
eekee
October 18th, 2018
I've been trying to figure out how to make my obsessions sound interesting. :)
Sleeping with the what? hehehe
Ohhh goodness! I did wonder how you found the time to paint such lovely scenes, and I could only guess at how much extra you put in for the patrons. And all of those things you regret not having enough time for are things I think are important too, even the time to do random little projects for fun. I think you've made the best decision here, Tieback. I wish you all the best for the future. :)
@Falconer: Ohh *nodnod* ^.^
I have never understood NaNoWriMo. Motivation has never been my problem with writing, and to tackle the inspiration problem, I read or just daydream.
As an avid reader of webcomics, I'd like to just say that I like your priorities! *giggle*
This page is so cute! ^.^
I love the contrast between the rangers reactions :)
Hugs, Tieback!!! Aww, I do you hope you can get better soon~
eekee
September 29th, 2018
Hehe yup! Been there. Most recently yesterday, on my bike by the canal. One is never quite sure whether other cyclists or pedestrians expect a hello, mostly because they all have different expectations anyway. So there I was, merrily cycling along, sun in my eyes, just about enough visibility to avoid a head-on collision. So I give a (possibly rather vague) smile and nod to these two young lads. (I noticed what they were while they were passing). The lead one said "hello". By the time my brain processed this information, he was almost next to me. Information also processed included the fact that in another tenth of a second he'd be past me, and so, *according to vague notions acquired from other people,* he might not hear me. I gave him an "A"! XD Actually, it was more like a very brief "aa", something like the sound your doctor asks you to make when he wants to examine the back of your mouth, but briefer. It was sort-of like the honk geese make, but... meeker. XD

You know, Del's reply was a lot nicer than certain members of my family used to give me.
Is it bad if I say I didn't believe you yesterday? Coz I know conflicted feelings come back; they're annoying that way.
eekee
September 23rd, 2018
Whew!
I'm a Brit, despite Greek ancestry, I suffer at 77F. :)
@TerrytheTeryx: It certainly keeps it exciting! :D