Oh Boy - I know this feeling! I love how you told this story in 3 simple panels. Plus, there is a lot of emotion and movement. Lastly, Spigot seems to be a scary person! Hope you can run from him/her next time!
Thanks, Billsey.The real Spigot doesn't grab you by the neck, but she will corner you for spigot updates if she spots you.It's bizarre. Okay, everyone has social blind spots (I know I do,) but why would anyone think it's a good idea to talk about that kind of thing?
this story made me sad. Spigot types like that sometimes manage to clear the room and snare the unlikely.
You said it, Sally.Rumor has it that you too were subjected to a recent attack by a creature who wouldn't shut up and wouldn't go away...
oh yeah we had a dreadful nightmare house guest but I don't dare post about him on my blog.
This story made me sad too. That first illo, especially, is simply eloquent. Namo, we have to be able to escape. We can't waste our minutes. Spigot can go to the counseling center.
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