89 Replies to “Some Weeks You Write a Blog Post…”

  1. Hey I’ve played that particular zombie. Not fun. Between smashing several plants in a single blow with that telephone pole and throwing that circus zombie on his back, he is one formidable foe. Seems to me with all of the snow that the only sensible thing to do is to draw him and thus remind all of us that sunflowers will shine again.

    On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 7:04 AM, heylookawriterfellow wrote:

    > heylookawriterfellow posted: “…and some weeks your draw zombies because > your son asks you nicely. This was a zombie week. I regret nothing. ” >

      1. Rick says the story line is great and I would appreciate the writing but he knows that blood and guts hanging off bodies is not my idea of fun!

  2. I guess it’s bring your kid to lunch day? [Instead of work…cuz zombies would just be out looking for food/brains all the time. If this is an image from Plants vs. Zombies or Zombies Ate My Neighbors, I know too little of the game.]

  3. I read an entire blog post, or even a book!, in the expression on your Zombie’s face. He doesn’t want to be there. He’s being led by the child Zombie on his back, and he’d rather be home watching TV with a beer in hand and his feet up on the ottoman. I feel sorry for the Zombie. But I applaud his sacrifice to keep Zombie child entertained.

  4. Kind of weird, Mike… I like it. You’re now in my weirdo collective. πŸ™‚
    Speaking of which – do you remember my dwarf African frogs? Well, my daughter gave me a poinsettia plant around Christmas time, and of course it’s dying now… and was sitting next to the frog bowl. A poinsettia petal fell into the water and killed them. Apparently they are poisonous. Who knew??? Did you know that? So I’m getting more frogs because I miss them. You better not be laughing πŸ™‚

    1. Your house must be a magical place, Kelly, where Christmas trees flop over without provocation, weird fruits are scattered and left to rot in the basement, folks walk around wearing thimbles to keep the static electricity at bay, and frogs drop dead due to reckless poinsettia placement.

      I am beginning to worry about you, my friend.

      1. Yep – you’ve summed up what you know of me very well! But not to worry, it’s a very happy household πŸ™‚ You are a really talented artist, Mike! I do like that hulk-zombie creature up there with your mini-me!

      1. But isn’t the whole point of the bucket to put the zombie child in it? I mean, it’s not like I’m going to mop the floor or wash windows. More like that old song: There’s a zombie in the bucket, dear Liza . . .

      2. Ohhh, I do stand corrected! If I ever properly win a doodle, I want a salamander in a bucket. Speaking of which, we have a doodle museum concept to talk about soon . . .

  5. Your son is one lucky kid! Zombies, though. Hmmm. Better watch your back, especially at night when they come out of the woodwork. Or is that termites. Either way, I’m thinking you need to get some sort of repellant. Perhaps eau de brussels sprouts.

      1. I don’t know. At least Brussels sprouts won’t eat your brains. But then again, if Brussels sprouts align themselves with Aaron Reynolds’ “Creepy Carrots,” or the green beans from David LaRochelle’s “How Martha Saved Her Parents from Green Bean,” zombies may indeed be a safer bet.

  6. Haha, awesome! Wish I could get away with presenting a drawing to my readers when I can’t find the time to write a blog. I’d lose my entire audience in one post if I attempted it, so I’ll stick with the occasional flower in my notebook. πŸ˜‰

    Forgive me, I’m not a zombie aficionado. Is that the zombie’s kid on its back, or its evil mini master calling all the shots?

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