Comments (7)

  1. m.e.

    You hit the nail on the head for me with both strips. 1) I’m an astrologer and I feel I must be careful about who I share this with and 2) i’m a mom. Need I say more?
    Good job!

  2. Congratulations, my friend! This comic strip captures a real life dilemma in a light and funny way. I suspect it is extremely common to wonder about just how much to reveal about ourself every time we meet someone for the first time (or the 100th time for that matter!) Thanks for presenting life as it is with humor and grace and wisdom, too!

  3. noah

    Do you really have a sex therapist?… What is his/her phone number?… Not for me of course, it’s for… “a friend”

  4. Carole Levy

    Ah, Noah, ask your “friend” to call me… Ha ha ha!

  5. LG

    Honey, your cartoons make me laugh so hard I want to cry! I talk too much too 😉

  6. Ribs

    What a great blog!!!….Even if I didn’t know the language, I would guess you are French?? Je ne c’est pas, por quoi, mais je ….feel so much…..(oops, I guess this is where highschool French drops off and the lack thereof picks up :>)…Anyway, my point is to say that you, my dear convey yourself with style and panache.The images convey beauty and reality side by side. They reveal a woman who thinks a lot about subjects that start in her heart and jet outwards, including all the bumby emotions (thank god!!) — thats not easy to convey thru comics – BRAVO!

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