You were all getting shafted until a few minutes ago. I’ve been in Hades, not as fun as I would have hoped. Hot and Cold and Feverish and Painful and Scary and Too Many Doctors and Not Enough Answers and Stuff! Bad week, but awesome week too. I’ve dealt with pain like I’ve never known before and I feel like a warrior and kinda thrilled to be alive…or soon to be alive… Anyway, I am really ill and Chris just happened to ring me today to say hello. He heard my horror stories and surprised me by whipping up tonight’s comic. Can you believe that it’s possible to get friends like that over the internet? ( Only $99.99, limited time! )
So show some Chris some love, visit his comic (like you dont already!) The Book of Biff or better yet, do some last minute Christmas shopping and buy his book. It’s awesome and inexpensive and offbeat and funny and you should go buy it right away for yourself and every one you know!
Is my fever showing?
Hey, here is a great quote I found when I was trying to find my way out of a black pit of horror: “Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible be found in us.” That made me feel like a ninja and helped me get through some stuff.
Another thing I found is to take the dark stuff and just hug it. Embrace it, don’t try to hide from it, you know? It’s all part of life. So when they pulled out vials and vials of blood for no purpose and then refused to give them to me, I didn’t get frustrated. I focused on the color of the crimson fluid in the glass and imagined how beautiful they would look on a kitchen window sill with the sun shining in creating liquid ruby reflections on the walls. Weee!
Anyway…Have a beautiful Winter Solstice and Merry Christmas and all that. See you next week, I think. 😛