Chato: What ever happened to riding the pony?
Precious: Da-da PLEASE, Can We DAD!!!
Title: Is it that things change, or do we just get bored?
Sunday is no time for serious mental health humor… I’m sure that is an oxymoron. Still I thought, why not use Sundays to give you a glimpse into my family life with the adventures of my 4 little maledictions…(I mean blessings)…? Yes, I’m referring to my kids!
You’ve see them in action in my Facing Us Video. They are joyfully SCREAMING in the back ground and I have some photos displayed in the video recovery story.
This Family Stew is, like most of my cartoons, reflecting real events… I’m a city boy are heart… I grew up just outside Boston and the first time I ever saw a cow up close wasn’t till I married and was on my honeymoon. (Also, my wife and I have enjoyed in the past seeing/interacting with farm animals at the Fryeburg Fair in Maine.)
All of us have probably seen zoo animals and caged creatures but when I took my kids to a local fair here in Florida, I was almost knocked over at the elephant ride. I wanted to take the ride, but my heart was broken when I saw the poor thing’s legs chained. You could see old and new cuts. I could not in good conscience contribute to the abuse of this beautiful, majestic creature. I even had a thought that I would release this poor elephant…I can see the headlines now: “Elephant Rampage Caused by Mental Patient Freeing It!” or some similar headline like that.
I hope you enjoy the Sunday Stew!
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Last reviewed: 26 Jun 2011