A New Wrinkle

Today’s single panel cartoon is inspired by my therapist, a woman who could do breakthroughs all day, every day, in her sleep…if only my slow, stumbling brain would cooperate.  I dedicate this single to all of the therapists out there who are just W.A.I.T.I.N.G. for their clients to C.A.T.C.H. U.P.

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Can your therapist provide breakthroughs on demand?
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Listening to Son Volt….  “May the wind take your troubles away….”

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Today’s comic strip was inspired by an awful moment I experienced a while back in which I looked in the mirror to carry out one of my basic functions(i.e., putting on lipstick or checking to see if my hair makes me look like a crazy lady).LI RAC 2016 0707 (L).jpg

I went through the usual barrage of looking at things, checking on things, and generally making sure that I was mostly still intact. Suddenly, or, more likely, slowly and with a side of confusion, I noticed a wrinkle on my neck.

Now, I should say, That this is not the first time I’ve noticed a wrinkle on my neck. Unfortunately my neck has been very active in terms of acquiring wrinkles over the last year or two.

But THIS wrinkle was different.THIS wrinkle was an old wrinkle. A really old wrinkle. A brand-new wrinkle that looked really old… like crêpe paper.

I assume it’s all downhill from here and that I’ll be wearing turtlenecks within short order. As much as I’ve been able to except many of the body changes that come with getting older, I just don’t think I can do crêpe paper on my body.

So, anyway, enjoy the comic strip while I go to the Talbots website and order turtlenecks in every size, color and variety.

Man, I sure as fuck hope I looked decent in a turtleneck.

I’ll have to look at photos of Sharon Stone and Diane Keaton since I seem to recall both of them wearing turtlenecks on purpose. I would prefer to look like Sharon Stone, but she was probably braless in her turtlenecks. And they were probably white, which would accentuate way too much of me, I’m sure.

I’ll end up looking like Diane Keaton, which is fine, just not one of my life goals.

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Listening to Episode 369 called Lettuce Amuse You. It’s called the Adam and Dr. Drew Show. It’s  convo with Dr. Drew and Adam Corolla, one of whom I love in a most unhealthy and stalker-ish way. It’s a good show. Excellent discussion of stopping the madness.

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Now listening to Episode 819 of The Joe Rogan Experience with Brendan Schaub.

I love Joe Rogan’s voice. The rest of them isn’t so bad either wink wink wink.

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Okay ladies and men-ies, and doggies, back to work.

 

Mo later.

xoxoxo, dee

One thought on “A New Wrinkle

  1. Don’t go to Talbots! Those t-necks look like what they are–giving up. Treat yourself to a nice facial, buy some good creams (and use them!) and carry your body, wrinkles and all, with pride. Own them!

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