Posts Tagged ‘Peanuts’

This Still Makes Me Laugh . . . Because I’ve BEEN There

April 30, 2021

That’s funny . . . they were around here somewhere . . .

That Explains A LOT!

October 30, 2020

Today I read an article about It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, and as much as I hate to admit it, the article makes a good a point:

In order for Charlie Brown to get a bag full of nothing but rocks after trick-or-treating, literally every adult in the area, including his parents, would have to have been working together in a conspiracy to ruin this poor kid’s Halloween.

My Life As A Comic Strip

August 2, 2016

My son did fine on his “first day of school schedule.” He was amiable and interested in whatever school project we were doing at the moment.

He also exhausted everything I had planned for him in the first hour.

Fortunately for me, I had been warned about this possibility by those with an actual background in early childhood education, so I managed to adapt, but I do find myself in the position of considering the second day of his school schedule with the attitude of “We have to do it again?!”

Personally I blame Charles Schulz for this, because I’m pretty sure I remember Sally saying something similar to this in an old Peanuts strip . . .

I’ve Come To Learn That This Also Applies To ANY Child When They’re Sick

April 28, 2015

It was frequently said of her, “she knew not how to suffer in silence.”

Lucy van Pelt (speaking of herself), Peanuts

I STILL Use This Phrase To This Day

May 16, 2013

When the alarm went off at four o’clock in the morning, Charlie Brown felt like he had been stepped on by an elephant.

You’re in LOVE, Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz