Well hello there LWS comic fans, I have another new winter strip for you called “Toboggan.” First up, isn’t the word toboggan a weird one to say and spell? Haha. I do believe it is native Canadian word meaning a type of sled transport of the Cree and Innu. Neat huh? Anyways, I’ve always called it a toboggan, thus is the title of today’s comic.
Ryan and Stacy go sledding during the first winter’s snow. What fun! Gasp, but it looks like Ryan’s sled is heading right towards in unsuspecting toddler. What is he to do? Well, I’ll tell you. Since this is a true story (some of my readers out there may recall this) I can remember it clearly.
I shouted and shouted for the kid to get out of the way, but he kept his oblivious pace into the path of my sled. At that point, I had two choices as I knew I was going to plow into him. One, jump out and have the sled still hit the kid, but with less force, or two (you may have guessed it), stay in the sled and try to grab the kid as I hit him.
I opted to grab the kid, but my calculations on the force were incorrect. The moment I hit the kid, he popped into the air and flew over my head. I raised my hands up and caught him mid air, then proceeded to sled the rest of the way down the hill.
It was obvious the kid had no idea what happened. I plopped him back on the ground and he walked on. I heard him cry for his mommy a half a minute later though. Anyways, I felt pretty good about my decision, and continued on my sledding spree. Fun times. 🙂
And that’ the story. If you liked “Toboggan” than you’ll love my other winter themed comics like Winter Time and I Have A Stick.
Hey LWS fans, I have a new comic for you called “Stick.” Stacy walks home from work one winter afternoon. Suddenly a kid runs up from behind proclaiming he has a stick. The rest, is as they say, history.
This was a story that Stacy told me one day when she arrived home from work. I thought it was so charmingly funny that I had to do a LWS comic about it. I hope you all find it just as charmingly humorous.
Next time you see a kid with a stick beating up trees, remember this comic strip. Haha. Well that’s it for this weeks comic. I hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a happy New Years. 2020 is coming up fast, get ready baby!
If you liked “stick” then you’ll love my other winter themed gags, like Winter Time and Arbor. Happy Holidays yall. 🙂
Hey Living With Stacy fans and welcome to a new comic called “Arbor.” What’s an arbor you ask? If you don’t know then you have something in common with me, Ryan. Haha, that is until my loving and knowledgeable filled me in on the world of arbors. An arbor is essentially a man made (and sometimes not) archway of trees. It’s also a lot of other nature-ish stuff. But you get it.
I was a little late getting this comic up so it’s out today (Sunday). If you’re reading this later than if I didn’t tell you that bit of info, you’d never know the difference. Haha. But hey, ya gotta put something down here for people to read, right? If you are enjoying my Winter comics, tis the season after all, then you will definitely love my other winter wonders, like “Pot Holes.”
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Hello LWS fans, I have a new comic out today called “Pot Holes”. Not much to say other than I like this one. But let’s be clear, I don’t like pot holes. Christmas is coming up so I’m going to keep this post short and sweet. Merry Xmas everyone. I’ll see you with another LWS comic after the bid day. Also, if you like xmas comics than check out my other holiday themed strip called “Present.”
I’ll leave you with an exert about potholes quoted directly from Wikipedia. “A pothole is a structural failure in a road surface, usually asphalt pavement, due to water in the underlying soil structure and traffic passing over the affected area. Water first weakens the underlying soil; traffic then fatigues and breaks the poorly supported asphalt surface in the affected area. Continued traffic action ejects both asphalt and the underlying soil material to create a hole in the pavement.”
Go Fund Me for Living With Stacy
I have a GO FUND ME campaign for a Living With Stacy book that I’m printing. It features the first 100 LWS comics in an awesome first edition print of Living With Stacy! If you like my comic please head on over to my GO FUND ME page and support me. Even $5.00 matters! Thanks for your support!