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This weekend I had the honor to return to the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA, where I was previously the cartoonist in residence last July. This time, I got to be a part of their Girl Scout event focusing on animals! I had a ton of fun teaching a workshop for over 30 Girl Scout cadets where we drew comic strips focusing on the human-animal connection. Check out a photo of the packed event here – can you spot me in the crowd?
I'm gonna be a girl scout cadet next year!
(- _ -) 3/17/16
OMG I was there!
Peanutsfreak 6/1/14
Aww, I'm so glad you're reading my comic after the class I taught! Thank you!
 Emma  6/3/14
I kind of have a pet-sitting job. Does it count as a job if you don't get paid? :)
Bonzelle 10/23/13
Hey, I'd take it if it meant I got to play with cute animals all day!
 Emma  11/2/13
I love Rupert's elevator! It's adorable!
Isabella 10/20/13
Me too -- It was so much fun to draw!
 Emma  11/2/13
Emma (I may have asked you this before...) are you going to have another Chapel contest?
Miss L.S.P 10/20/13
Yes, hopefully. I'm juggling a lot of projects right now so I've been terribly busy, but I'll try to do one in time for the holidays.
 Emma  11/2/13
There's Emma! I'm glad you had fun!

I just now noticed Little Rupert has a hedgie elevator!
whippedcream 10/19/13
Yes, he does! He likes to travel in style.
 Emma  11/2/13
So cute!
Isabella 10/19/13
Thanks, I'm glad you like it!!
 Emma  10/19/13
I love her "You started reading Hamlet without me?"

I suspect it'd be fun to read Shakespeare with Chapel. I keep picturing her and Barnaby acting out scenes from the plays.
It'd be especially fun to see them reading the comedies...
Nefarious Dr O 10/19/13
Ooh, yeah, imagine them acting out 12th Night! Rupert would play most of the side characters.
 Emma  10/19/13
hahahaha! That'd be so much fun! Now I'm imagining Rupert as the town constable in "Much Ado About Nothing..."
Nefarious Dr O 10/19/13
I did say i was going to post that story i was working on in here. But now it looks like i can't. I'm still far from finishing a rough draft of it. Between my day job and taking care of my family, it is taking much longer than i realized. I'm sorry about this.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 10/18/13
Oh, that's okay. Sorry to hear your schedule is tight, though.
 Emma  10/19/13
chapel would probably be a great pet sitter..... With maybe just a FEW mishaps
Miss L.S.P 10/18/13
(Picture) that girl has a Gir sweatshirt!!!!
Miss L.S.P 10/18/13
And a hat! headless clown
Dylan 10/18/13
Well, you'll have to wait and see!
 Emma  10/19/13
(looks at pic) there you are Miss Emma! That girl with the knit cap on just stands out to me. you'd think they would take their hats off. Also of note, some of those girl scouts look as old as you do Miss Emma!

they should put a ramp into the bucket and a hedgie sized hole so the bucket be raised up and he can get out right into the tree house. kinda like an elevator!
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 10/18/13
I'm glad you could recognize me! My homemade dresses and haircut ARE pretty distinctive. And yes, the girl wearing the knit cap was very committed to her outfit, which was neat. A lot of the girl scouts were indeed very close to my age and one was even older -- and MANY of them were much taller!
 Emma  10/18/13
here is a bit of trivia. Pokemon has been around as long if not longer than many of the posters in here.

Tetris predates even more posters in here.

I know super mario brothers predate the vast majority of the posters in here.

I myself predate PAC MAN.

enough said.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 10/18/13
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