Ha Ha! This is great! I was at the Rocket Johnson booth Wednesday nite, and danged if they didn't look a little like Weet here!
Haha!...Did you really bring Weet to the Con?(^_^)
I wish I had brought him! He would've been better than a linebacker--or a battering ram.vanwall-- what a pleasure it was to see you there and meet you! Thank you for dropping by!
Jenny - It was a pleasure meeting you, too!It's so nice to find you are much like your bog - funny, vivacious, and cute! HeHe! Thanks for the Weet autograph, and also pass on to your co-authors how much I liked the book and their cartoony autographs, as well. I'm not the only one, either - as I arrived for the signing, I heard you had sold out every copy you'd brought to the Con! How cool is that!?! I loved your story, it had an ethereal quality to it that went well with the City of Lights, one of my favorite places. The park scenes were nice translations of movement into humor into art, and especially Jill looking over the railing was one of loveliest images anywhere, anytime. I had a tear in my eye at the end a little, but it's a good way to leave Paris behind - you've got the memories, and Weet to remind you how much fun you had. Well done, and stay strong.I saw J.J. later on Saturday, and he remembered me from the signing and thanked me for my support - nice guy! I also went by Mr. Toast's little store-o'-fun, and bought a Shaky Bacon stuffed action figure (sorta) for my little grandson, and mentioned your name - Dan Goodsell laughed and mentioned he'd just met you for the first time, too, and said you were great fun also. The man has good taste, I say. ;-) Take care, now - Rob
Oopsie - I meant to say funny, vivacious, and cute, like your BLOG, not bog!
Found Scrambled Ink in a local comic store today. Your Paris story looked beautiful. Can't wait till my birthday in a few weeks time, then I can go and buy stuff that's on my wish list.
I loved the dog's expression! =)Regards,
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