I'm late to the story here. Are we alluding to the practice of memoir writing?
Sorry to hear you're not well - get better soon - love the cartoon! vx
Aha - Liz, you caught me before I've had a chance to put the links in! Go back one post and all will be revealed - I guess it falls under memoir!
Good to have you here, Vanessa - there's more here:http://escapebehaviours.blogspot.com/and here:http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002967800527&sk=wallThank you for the well wishes :)
Thanks, Rachel. It begins to make sense now. I'd call it graphic memoir.
Is it true memoir if it's not entirely my own story though, Elisabeth? As in, it's a narrative about and from the perspective of my husband in places - though he doesn't get a say in what parts I choose to narrate. And a lot of it is pure fiction - for eg. I was i=not in the offal crash! You've got me thinking - thanks.
Can I put your question on tomorrow?
Oh, your husband is very cool. And you are too, of course. I like this answering with graphics. Veery nice. I have to think of a question to ask just to see it illustrated. Hm... How are you feeling today? I hope you're better. And no, that's not the question actual question. I have to think of something smart for that, to be deserving of a drawing, and smart is often challenging for me, as you know. Sending healing thoughts your way.
Good answer. Always good when they still want to see you naked.x
Thanks Lori - feeling much better today - Monday - must have been something I ate (husband cooked!) else a 24 hour thing.All the smart people pretend to be daft - look at Austen...do think up a question though :)
:) He was off at Ambury farm all day with the kids so I had to wait to ask him your Q, Rachel. And yes - nakedness still has the thrill factor several years into marriage when sex becomes more like a scene from Excalibur - open hatch in armour - than the fervent reveal of yore.
Your graphics are brilliant, Rachel. You are endlessly talented :)
Thanks, Nu x - I wanted my husband to read the poems about him and putting them into graphics was the only way I could get him to look at them! I am refreshingly rubbish at many things, I assure you!
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