Remain behind the glass

Only a couple more days and we will leave 2020 behind us! I don’t want to celebrate prematurely, because terrible things can happen to us at any time. And even though I am stuck in lockdown, and thus my chances of catching a cold or being run over by a truck are minuscule, I don’t want to tempt my fate. I could fall off a ladder or choke on a bone … I guess I better not do any home improvement or cleaning and stick to sushi!

Around New Years, I reflect upon the last year and make plans for the next. I sure will be making plans again this year, but boy, I’ve barely ever been so wrong with my expectations than last New Years. But I’m sure I’m in good company in this regard!

Anyway, so this is the last strip of the year! Looking forward to 2021 with a curious mix of apprehension and optimism. Let’s make the best out of it! Mike and I wish you all a relaxing and positive last few days of 2020 and a good start in a hopefully better new year!

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4 comments on “Remain behind the glass
  1. Jim says:

    After reading that most accidents occur at home, I moved last January. Turns out it’s BS… while moving in to my new place heavy duty bookshelves collapsed on me, cut my scalp open, and gave me a goose egg sized bump on my head.

  2. Specter177 says:

    Just as long as it’s not gas station sushi.

  3. J Z says:

    Hey Mike/Stef, and Happy New Year from a member of the flock, may you keep this comic strip going as you have like chickens without…feathers. What? What did you think I was going to say?

    Was looking for a few aviation jokes on your old forum for a couple of buddies of mine. Was able to access the forum a couple of days ago, but it now says that guests are banned from using the forum (next line says ‘spam’), and that the ban is not set to expire. What’s the story?

  4. stef says:

    Hey J Z!

    Happy New Year!

    Do you mean you’re unable to even view the forum? I just tried viewing as a guest and it worked fine. The “spam” line might be an indicator that you’ve triggered one of our spam filters, probably an IP address range. Do you know your IP address? If so, drop us an email!


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