All posts filed under ‘Webcomic


Say hello to Steve’s Sister, Shell!

Webcomic December 2, 2014

I don’t know anyone who likes moving, and that’s the one question you don’t want to hear when you’re helping someone move. Shell had no problem asking us though! …Well, “asking.” Hehe. Shell (short for Michelle) is a hoot, so you can certainly bet she’ll be making more appearances in my journal comic. So keep an eye out for […]


The Walking Dead season finale

Webcomic November 25, 2014

ZOMBIES! This comic features the Walking Dead season finale from season 4’s second one, and man, it was so intense! It’s very very weird for me that I watch the Walking Dead, since I have a personal rule to not watch television with extreme violence or sex. Plus, I’m like a two year old that loves rainbows, kittens, and […]


Steve’s Garden has bugs

Webcomic November 11, 2014

Happy Veteran’s Day! My eternal appreciation goes out to all of the protectors of our country. Coincidentally, this week’s comic is about my boyfriend Steve who is also a veteran. (Maybe I should’ve drawn something more appropriate to the holiday… but Steve is retired after all.) I loved taking photos of everything as it grew […]


Haunted Savannah Ghost Tour!

Webcomic November 4, 2014

Here’s a spooky journal comic strip to follow up your Halloween weekend! The funny thing is, I lived in Savannah for about 6 years, and this was the first time I actually took a Savannah Ghost Tour. Usually I avoid the tourist areas like the plague, but it was a fun little pub crawl tour. […]


My Cat is a Fattie

Webcomic October 28, 2014

My cat is a fattie, and I love it. By the way, I don’t actually feed her cupcakes like that last panel might imply. Although, whenever I bake cupcakes and icing is flying everywhere, she helps me out by mopping up the floor with licks. But I mean, potato chips? Really, Mama cat? My cat is […]


Our Last day in Asheville

Webcomic October 7, 2014

This is it, the last webcomic post of Steve’s and my trip to Asheville, North Carolina. We had a really great time in Asheville. The mountains were beautiful, the boutiques were awesome, and the food- despite the influence of gluten free, vegan, and vegetarian eaters- was delicious. Which is why I find the name of […]