Cartoon of a dad reading a bedtime story to his son. The son says, “You can stop reading now. This story lacks depth.”
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Cartoon of a son with a basketball and a mom with a laundry basket. The son says, “From now on, I’m going to help you around here, mom. Do you want me to help you learn how to shoot hoops?”
Cartoon of an elderly mom with packed suitcases and an adult daughter at a front door. The mom says, “My computer’s down, Hon. So can I spend a few weeks with yours?”
When my daughter was seven, she found out her mom was serving shish kabobs for dinner. When she discovered this, she immediately searched for some beach party costumes we had stored and prodded me to celebrate. Since we were having shish kabobs, it was naturally a time for a luau, right?
Kids are great for parents because they teach grown ups to lighten up a little. When life gets tough, look for reasons to celebrate. Even if you can’t find something, observe your kids, they can teach us to lighten up and enjoy the world around us!
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Cartoon of a grandfather and grandson on a roller coaster.
I drew this for Illustration Friday. This week’s word is “perennial.”
When I heard the word, I thought about some people who may be up in years, but still love the amusement park rides. It’s always fun to see a senior citizen tackle a roller coaster. I also thought of the perennial summer traditions like county fairs and trips to amusement parks.