The Topography of Life

This week has been a weird one.  There’s always some adjustment to things when summer vacation gets started.  Work in reading for a summer course along with the absence of most of my regular haunts and you’ve got the need for a longer time of adjustment.  Plus we had a state holiday: Thursday’s out of sync make for an interesting adjustment, too.  And so I find myself getting near the end of the day without getting the good stuff down for a post.  Therefore: this classic Sunday Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson.  It’s got some wonderful observations from Calvin along with the prerequisite “taking things to the extreme in the wrong direction.”

Calvin's TopographyAt least he’s smiling in that last panel.

(image from gocomics.com)

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