Ronald McDonald: (kicking /Saying Good-bye to Hello Kitty)Caption: No shirt No shoes No Choking No Service: Good-bye Hello Kitty
Time.com magazine is reporting that “McDonald’s Recalls 2.3 Million Hello Kitty Toys“…Due to children choking on the detachable part. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare: one moment your kid is playing fine and in a blink-of-an-eye, he is choking on something. After reading the report linked below, I almost wanted to applaud McDonald’s for taking this action. As any parent knows, every kid’s happy meal has toys in them. Our kids might eat there very infrequently… but, I remember the kids toys having explicit packaging, plain as day, that the toy could be a choking hazard.
I’m sure right now many parents who bought “Happy Meals” are anxiously checking their toys to make sure they are not letting their kids play with a potential hazard. I know I was worried. So much so: it gave me the inspiration to draw the above Mental Health Humor cartoon.
Kelly Babcock 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
I wasn’t always that concerned with the welfare of people with mental health issues. I wasn’t actually aware that people with mental health issues needed anyone to be concerned for their welfare.
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// forced” myself out and forced myself to get involved in some of the games.
Was I sweating bullets in my head? Yes! Was I worried, anxious and getting a bit paranoid? Yes! Did I have a panic attack? No! Did I have fun? Yes! Am I glad the picnic is yearly…YES!
Basket Ball Player: Old dude… the score is 20 zip! Ya-wan-me to jest hand you the ball?
Chato Stewart: [sweating and playing basket ball] [Chato’s girl cheering for Dad]
Caption: the younger generation respecting their elders
Chato’s Cartoon Notes:
This cartoon I’m giving a shout out to my favorite basketball player and his number 23. Growing up, I dreamed that one day I would be able to dunk the ball once. The closest I ever got was dunking donuts.