Yes, I reused a joke. It’s a classic comic technique… a cheater technique. I actually had written the script for this one before the last one. I’d also like to add that I think it’s so fitting that Jenna and her little brother are playing Luke and Leia.
This one is in black and white because I like sleep… and I ran out of evening. It may start a trend. We’ll see.
I found this awesome video over at
[via The Zohner Family Blog]
I’m siding with the handmadens on this one. Who in their right mind would ever answer that question?
Join Geek Loves Nerd over at ParentUnity.org. It’s just getting started so this is your chance to get in and help shape what this myspace-style community will become.
Sign up, check out my profile, add me as a friend, and join the Geek Loves Nerd group!
Hope to see you there.
How can wives and husbands work together to make relationships with the In-Laws easier? Find out this week! Continue reading 34 – In-Laws
Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Little James is looking pretty good for spending the last few hours crawling in the sub-zero temperatures of the planet Hoth, ain’t he! I’m glad Han brought that talc!
I don’t care for Jar-Jar any more than the next guy… but I think he got a bad start. He’s just standing in the woods eating breakfast, then he’s suddenly being mowed down by a giant transport and trips over a Jedi.
He gets up and tries to say thanks… and Qui Gon totally blows him off! You will never again hear him say anything so rude to anyone… or anyone else in the movie for that matter. It’s very out of character when you think about it.
Well, one things for sure. If it were me in that movie, I would have given that LBB something to think about.
The second installment of the GLN Star Wars parody. Hope you like it. I’m going to bed.
We’re starting a new short-series here on GLN the Webcomic. I thought it would be fun spending some time putting my daughter’s vision of us as Star Wars characters into practice. Hope you enjoy the trip!
This week Jenn and I discuss teaching children gratefulness. Helping a child to be content with what they have is one of the greatest gifts you can give.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Continue reading 33 – Teaching Gratefulness