Wednesday, August 27, 2014


Being on trains
is as close as I get
to having a meditative state.

I am never more calm then I am on a train.

Thursday, August 21, 2014


I'm still trying to understand.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

I have figured out how to do all of my work from bed.
It's super comfy.
I am nigh unstoppable now.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014



I still have no idea.
I've emailed both embassies.
No one can tell me.

(Also, for some reason the colors post wonky here on blogspot every once and a while.  It's not a disparity between CYMK and RGB.  I checked.  I don't know how to fix it.  The colors in the first are off, the colors in the second are right.)

Wednesday, July 30, 2014



It's really humiliating to cry over glasses.

These glasses.
THESE GLASSES.
Took me something like four months to finally get them ON MY FACE.  And so much more money.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014



Another one of those things you have to take into consideration when traveling abroad.

Getting an internationally functioning credit card has been a trial in patience.  Five months later and actually abroad, I’m still fighting for it.  At the rate we’re going I’ll get it issued right about the time I’m flying back.

Yep.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Scraps is back.
Temporarily, at least.
Seeing as I'm in London now, and have things to talk about.

Postscript to this comic.
I did this, like, two months ago.  The feelings are in remission.
I was just really nervous about posting it because I:
a. didn't want people to worry about me
and
b. didn't want people to think I was just moaning.

Depression kinda hits me every summer and I only really bring it up because it's helped me, in the past, to see that my peers and idols go through similar motions as me.  And if I can offer someone else that same comfort, then yeah, I'm gonna talk about feeling crap sometimes.  And being scared of everything.

Some happier comics will follow, but there's a few that deal with the lead up to my traveling to London and the anxieties therein that we have to go through first.

Bear with me, and we'll see how far this goes.