Then, the anxiety started… Nearly 8 hours later it was still in the original status: “Package picked-up”. According to the tracking information, it didn’t move for about 12 hours! It took almost 24 hours to get out of the “Originating Location”! Continue reading Why it takes so long to get your package…
I recently attended a presentation by Jeff Campbell, a friend who is an Acupuncturist. His main focus in the talk was about how he and his wife, Heather, a Registered Dietician, approach their patients as “whole people” and prescribe a plan with that in mind.
They understand that more often than not the reason a person comes to them is because of symptoms… not a particular illness. He said a mistake often made in the medical field is to treat the symptom without looking at the whole person to determine what the symptoms are telling you. Eliminating the symptoms does not always provide a long-lasting cure.
Continue reading Treating the “Hole Person”.
Flu season is upon us. One of the most often mentioned side effects of the virus is a lingering “frog in my throat”. I got the cartoon idea when I was thinking about the implications of the saying… Is it a health issue or animal rights issue?
With that in mind, I decided to do the caption with both issues in mind. If you’re an animal rights person, you can rest assured that “no frogs were harmed in the procedure.” Continue reading A Frog in his throat from the Flu.
Santa has a problem… He, like a lot of Americans, has a hectic schedule. It stands to reason that to get all his deliveries done in one night, he can’t take a lot of time to eat. He has to eat fast food to get everything done in time! A standard American excuse used by soccer mom’s everywhere…
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how he got his robust physique. Can you imagine the conversations between the tiny reindeer assigned to pull the sleigh? Rumor has it that they call him “Lardo” behind his back… Affectionately, of course. Continue reading Santa’s Road Service Claim was denied on a technicality…
As a cartoonist who draws everything manually, a recent diagnosis of Macular Degeneration combined with the onset of cataracts was a bummer. Eyesight is the foundation of everything I do as an artist.
But, so is humor… After the initial shock of hearing the diagnosis, my natural tendency to seek humor in events took over. Continue reading Pick the right Dog for the Job!