Down the Rabbit Hole

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  1. That was a “heavy strip”, Ernest being in a dark place at the moment but there is always light t the end of the tunnel when he makes it through. I love the music jokes playing guitar myself it was a classic,it is a bit like a classical piece of music called A On A G String !!!!!!

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  2. I have had to think about this one Tony – a very powerful strip. A ghost of recognition here for me. I find it difficult to join in and the group dynamic is something that is still alien to me. Sublime work. Regards Mark.

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    1. Yes, I am the same. I often wish to be part of that dynamic but I also find it to be more of a challenge than I’d like. And while I do make efforts to be a part of things it never seems to get any easier.

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  3. Hi Tony, poignant ending– and then, especially with the timing of Robin William’s passing from depression, somehow this hit me even more. (That said, I may have missed the mark completely on what is going on here- but that’s how it landed for me. Awesome illustrations and story that pulled me in… want to know what happens next!

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    1. Hi Diahann, thank you for your kind words, and no, you haven’t missed the mark at all! Ernest really isn’t in a good place. I’m glad that came across in the ending. Sometimes it’s good to take a leap of faith and allow the visuals to speak for themselves. 🙂

      As someone who has dealt with depression nearly all his life, it’s something I’ve wanted to touch upon for some time. I haven’t been able to bring myself to do so until now, and as such you’ll see more of this unfold in the weeks to come.

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      1. That’s understandable, Pam. I’ve been in a bit of a daze about this since I read the news. If the genie from Aladdin can do this then… well, it’s just awful and sad. It really is.

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