Squirrel Picnic

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SQUIRREL PICNIC (the comic): Who’s That Ghost?


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Happy Halloween

Special thanks to Susan Welteroth (my mama) for crocheting and naming Deca Podge…
and sending her on the long trip to Colorado. Love you, Mom!


31 thoughts on “SQUIRREL PICNIC (the comic): Who’s That Ghost?

  1. The comic strip is great!You really really really leave me speachless with every of your post!

    • ops…..sorry….it’s “each of your post”…at least,I think so….it’s time to brush up on English grammar….

      • No worries. I understood just fine. What’s your native language?

        • I’m bilingual,an Italian and Croatian speaker (born in Croatia from Croatian mum and Italian dad) and I have a Bachelor’s degree in English and French languages and their literatures.I’m blessed with a nice knowledge that allows me to communicate widely and learn from so many talented and creative people as YOU ARE.I’m not a believer but i thank god for that great luck every day.

          • Wow, Tajana! I’m so impressed! I know Americans are always saying this, but it’s true — In our country, most of us don’t get much opportunity to use the languages we learn in school. Although that is changing, as our demographic shifts. I started out learning French in school, and even after 8 years of study, I still can’t speak it. Maybe I can learn from you. πŸ™‚ Your story is very inspirational, and I’m so thankful that I’ve met you. Hugs to you too!

            • You are too kind!But don’t be impressed, it is just a matter of circumstances and practice.Besides meeting nice and great people all around the world,the main reason I write my blog in English is to keep my knowledge alive.French language is difficult to me,too.I started to study it quite late,when I was in high school,and I have to think a lot before speaking.I try to practice it by reading books in original language…George Simenon is quite easy …on the other hand,internet offers a lot of pages and sites with easy exercices…But,don’t worry,usually,when you need something,you learn it quickly.

    • Tajana, you’re the best! Thanks!

  2. I love their choice of costumes β€” especially Frida Kahlo! You are so clever : D

  3. Very funny!
    I love the batman costume πŸ˜€

  4. Deca Podge! that’s awesome! πŸ™‚

  5. How sweet! I now see that the adorable creativity runs in the family! Deca Podge is a wonderful addition to the cast, though I worry she may hover a bit too much over her daughter… πŸ˜‰

  6. LOVED your Halloween comic and nice to meet Mama Podge. Loooooved the costumes and very “punny”

  7. Love it……Meap I love your pilots outfit πŸ™‚

  8. They are awesome, love the costumes. I want a hodge batman. Did you make MEAP’s jacket? oh and welcome Deca Podge.

    • Thanks! I wish I could say that I made MEAP’s jacket, but it came on a teddy bear my dad gave me. As for the Hodge Batman, I’m thinking of doing a series of crochet costume patterns to fit the squirrels! I’ll keep you posted.:)

  9. Great! Great! Love it and enjoyed it! You are so much fun and love reading your posts!
    Happy halloween!