1. I just do not want to miss any of your poems and writing, I can always find your strips/main site and I seem never to be able to find it. Thank you very much!โ™ก

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                    1. I remember opening an account there about two years ago. I think I’ve forgotten the password though, so that gives you an indication of how often I use it (or don’t). Is it worth using, Candice? ๐Ÿ™‚

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                    2. It’s a bit silly like most social media but then I could write you directly. That was my unsubtle, fiendish plan so I would not clutter your WP.

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  1. Hey there Tony can I impose? I like to think of the people I communicate with regularly as a mutual community. One of those people is having a hard time right now with depression. If you get a minute can you pop over and say a few kind words?

    Her name is Deborah, the link to her last post is here:

    Stuck on what to say?
    ‘Hey Deborah I’m a regular at The Ed’s Journal and I heard you weren’t feeling great, just wanted to drop and line to say hang in there…’ anything like that would be great.

    Thanks in advance if you can and do, not a problem if you can’t and don’t. The Ed.

    The strip? My, the artistry is quite amazing. You captured the underwater effect brilliantly. The time you must put into each episode…my my my.

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    1. I was happy to visit. (I just hope Deborah doesn’t think it weird for some total stranger to suddenly pop in and say hey and then pop out again.) ๐Ÿ˜›
      And thank you for reading! The strips certainly do take some time to put together – especially at the colouring stage. It’s nice knowing that there are people out there in blogging land who are appreciating my efforts! ๐Ÿ˜€


      1. Nah, kind words can be so powerful at the right time, perhaps even moreso from strangers, so thanks for that. ๐Ÿ™‚

        And yes, I know a few people like you in the blogging world who disappear into the laboratory for extended periods and emerge with these amazing creative projects. It’s enormous fun and always worth the wait.

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  2. Heaven behold, a dislike for mollusks! What is the world coming to Tony? I happen to work at a mollusk factory; packing mollusks into 1kg bags. I’m quite meticulous- about mollusks and their selling weight. 1.025 as bag weight must be taken into account also.

    Loved the comic; it had me in a chuckle, especially at the passiveness of one character. And bloody jeeves, what a name. I am not one to judge.

    The term success is interesting isn’t it… I feel most around me are trying so hard, when I do in fact -surface from the den. Whereas personally, at each stage of ‘what I seem to be doing’ in each moment, I’ve always had a sense of success. A feeling inside that feels good. Others connecting always felt like this weird bonus feature. Freedom is a beautiful thing.

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    1. I like your idea of freedom, Jessie. I think I need to cultivate me some of that healthier perspective! As for mollusks, it’s the oddest thing but I’m not a big fan of seafood either. I’ve often wondered why that is… I’m so glad you enjoyed the strip! ๐Ÿ˜€

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