And prosper. Leonard Nimoy was more than just his character Spock. He acted, directed, wrote poetry, sang and took photographs. He had children, a family. But what I remember most is that eternal line, and the pointy ears. I’m really going to miss him.
That’s it. I have a stick-problem. I can’t keep them out of the pictures — they’ve just got too much character for such small people! Anyways, this was drawn while hungry. Fun fact: some soups do use apples, apparently.
Some people (like Pirate) are born lucky. Others make their own luck. Or they cheat. It’s pretty much the same thing.
Pirate doesn’t understand the meaning of irony. Knight clearly does. Well, this is the level of humor I’m at when sleep-deprived. Onwards, to sleep!
I’m amiably ambivalent about the advantageous addition of article alliteration. I’m not sure that sentence made sense, but you get the picture. Look, I’m still sick, it’s freezing outside, and I really want marshmallows. I don’t words properly today.
Maybe unwelcome abduction would have been a better name. Well, still sick so let’s blame the lack of thinking on that, shall we? This is also how I feel when I have to go on a long car trip. I hate cramped places.
This picture probably has the most dialogue yet. On an unrelated note, I’m sick. I also want to see the new Star Wars movie when it comes out. Also: sick.
No, not like the jam you put on toast. Pirate’s pretty small by human standards, but by stick people standards she’s a mountain. And what happens when that mountain wants a snack? Nobody’s getting to work today.
You know, Pirate’s got a pretty bad set of character flaws when I think about it. Greed, gluttony, wrath, sloth…four out of the seven deadly sins! As for the others, they have a few but I couldn’t find anyone who really fits Envy. Huh. Maybe it’s me. I really want an apple right now.
You know what’s worse than running out of water? Running out of water in a desert. Running out of water in a dessert would be fine but–
Okay, this joke is done.