If you’re reading this right as the comic went up, I’m still at my apartment.
If you’re reading this some time tomorrow, I’m driving up to camp! Outside of removing food items from my room the place is still a mess: clothes everywhere, games and books on the floor, papers from… something… strewn about.
It looks really nice.
So yeah, I’ll be up in the land of terrible internet until the end of August, but the comics will still continue at their regularly scheduled pace.
Right now I need to get back to packing, and by packing I mean throwing clothes into large plastic bags. Why do laundry here when I can do it at camp for free?
FREE IS INFINITELY MORE COST EFFECTIVE!
One more thing: a friend of Jackie has started a GoFundMe campaign that I want to share with everyone. I don’t have the words or life experience to articulate how important this is to Nicole, so I’ll just use her description:
My name is Nicole Marconi, and I’m a 29 year old stage manager living in NYC.
I was adopted from South Korea when I was 3 months old. My entire life, I’ve wanted to go back to South Korea to find my family. I’ve known my entire life that I was adopted, and that I have a twin sister living somewhere in South Korea.
I have recently been in touch with my birth parents through letters, and they are sick. I want to travel back to Seoul to connect with them, and find out where I’m from. I also want to look for my twin sister while I’m there as well.
It’s my goal to be able to fly to South Korea, stay for a week, and be able to find out as much as I can while I’m there. My ultimate goal is meet my birth parents, and at least get in contact with my twin sister, if not meet her.
You can view the page by clicking here.