Friday, 22 June 2018

A short break...

Hello my Friends and Relations!

Thank you for bearing with me with this adjusted schedule, and I hope you have all been enjoying the Guest Comics and Art Work that keeps getting sent in on Fridays.
 I have been blown away by the amount of it all! Thank you!

That being said, I'm going to be taking a week off from the comic (I'm going on a bit of a vacation) so there won't be any updates this coming week (probably, we'll see if I can find wifi or not...)
 I'm sorry for the short notice, I feel bad just leaving it like this, even if it's just for the week.
 I'm really looking forward to this break. I desperately need this time to recharge my batteries and "unplug" myself for a while.

I'm also hoping to get caught up a bit on the comics while I'm on vacation so I can maybe, maybe, get a regular Friday Once Upon a Donna comic going again. But I'll see what I can do.

Thank you for being such caring and understanding people!
You truly are amazing!

Fanart Friday: Guest Comic by Chris Gobbett

This would be one of the few times Jacques knows something human related that Kay doesn't.
Thank you again to the fabulous Chris Gobbett for today's Fanart Friday! You always have something good to share! Thank you!

Monday, 18 June 2018

A Parallel of Puppies: Sleeping

Sometimes Akela will be draped around my head. Olie just liked facing the door.

Friday, 15 June 2018

Fanart Friday: Guest Comic by Amanda the Great!

This is a Super Awesome Crossover! Just look at our awesome shirts and hair!
If you haven't yet read Amanda the Great by Amanda El-Dweek I highly recommend you get on it!
Funny thing is, I do know a Keith. Probably not who Amanda means though!

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Jacques & Kay: That took longer than expected

At this point, Coco doesn't even care about what there is to learn or why he wanted to learn it. He just wants to accomplish something.

Monday, 11 June 2018

Happy Swales

"Happy" was Hannah's way of saying she liked something, or it looked good.
 Last Fall, my brother took his kids out to the Swale by their house (and I tagged along). The Swale is a piece of the prairie inside the city limits. It's beautiful grasslands, and an insight into what our city and Province looked like before we started farming and building. It's difficult to try to capture the quiet beauty of the prairie. For some reason, something gets lost in photo's. I've only seen a few photographers and artists who can do it justice. It's not something you can drive past and go "oooh". I mean, you can definitely do that, but the best way to experience it is to walk through it. You need to pause and let yourself be quiet to see it (unless there's a thunderstorm!) I used to go for nature walks all the time with my Godmother in places like this, and I should really start setting aside time to do it again.