UPDATE:
I should probably have written this sooner, but oh well.

I didn’t update yesterday (7/4) mostly because we’re still hosting some of Ki’s family for a bit here.  Their power didn’t come back on as quickly as ours did, so they came over to enjoy our A/C.  Later, when their power was restored, they still didn’t have any Internet (and really now, who among us could survive without the Internet?), so we continued to host Ki’s brother to keep him from being bored.

I’ve been working on the next page, though not as much as I’d like, which is why it’s still not up.  It’ll be finished today (the 5th), for sure.  Also, Ki’s brother is leaving for what is definitely the FINAL time today — he’s going on a trip several states away, so he won’t be around to distract me from the comic.

I’ll be honest: I’m pretty easily distracted.  I definitely need a work space cut off from the rest of the world, and I just don’t get that most of the time while working on my comic.  That’s a personal problem though, since it means I have a short attention span, and it’s definitely something I need to work on… but me being easily distracted has been hamstringing my work on the comic.

I hope all my U.S. readers had a great July 4th!  And that the… six of you who don’t live in the States also had a great, but normal, day.

 

 

That was one crazy storm.

Either you went through it, or you probably heard about it, but we around the Washington DC area (and other places) got hit hard by an especially bad storm.  It was insane!  If you don’t live in the DC area, you have to understand that normally, DC is where elderly storms march on their weak billowy bones to plop down and die.  Hurricanes whirl on up the coast, and most of the time we just don’t even give a shit here.

Lots of people around here are still without power, but thankfully ours came back on before TOO long, so we didn’t have to suffer too much without the A/C.  Not so for about 400,000 people still, and that sucks for them since we’re in the middle of a triple-digit heat wave.  Not to mention all the people hurt by falling trees and branches, which have closed a number of roads around these parts.

So that, and Ki’s family, is why this comic is several days late.