A scene from last March. I am happy to report that Gus is much more into making things himself these days.
I am with you about people not commenting. It amazes me how some people will notice and respond and many others don’t seem to see things right in front of them. I love this story.
Ha! My daughter has a stuffed clown, given to her by her German grandmother, that is sooo creepy to me. I was terrified of clowns as a child—but I guess she isn’t. That human /non-human thing is so strange, I still think. And, to make it worse, her German cousins named the clown “Killy” —
Killy the clown?? That. Sounds. HORRIFYING. Did we learn NOTHING from Poltergeist??
That is one of the best cartoons I’ve seen in awhile. If you creeped yourself out with your own creation, you must have done a pretty good job on that mask 🙂
ha! you may have a point there. thanks for compliment. 🙂
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