Day By Day


  • JTC

    Clearly, poetry in motion…

    Hey, Sam changed from my fave jumpsuit to a sundress? Still nice, but speaking of poetry in motion, that pantsuit has it going away…

    • GWB

      I think that “pantsuit” has always been a sundress. Chris likes to make it cling a little (wind, perhaps, too) as she walks away.

      • JTC

        Look again, GWB…clearly separated legs on Mon., plus suspender straps and a zipper that ain’t there today…

        But cling is right, that’s a second skin right there, nicest caboose I’ve seen drawn, though not quite as good as I remember wife’s similar little pantsuit from forty years back…and I got to take that one home with me.

      • JTC

        Also, see the episode of 3/6, wherein I first waxed a bit nostalgic of my sweetie’s very similar little blue number at age 20, lo those many years ago…but yesterday in my mind.

  • interventor

    The sun will come out tomorrow.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Aint Love Grand!

  • B Woodman

    Nothing like the sun setting behind a madonna to make her wear a halo. Heavenly bliss.

  • B Woodman

    Now just give a little tug to those sun dress shoulder ties. . . .. . . .

  • B Woodman

    “I can see clearly now, the rain is gone. . . . .”

  • B Woodman

    Any man, no matter how loutish, illiterate and uneducated he may be, that is not moved to poetry at the sight of those two visions of beauty (the women!), better stick a fork in him and bury him six feet deep. He’s done and done for. Don’t even bother to check for a pulse.

    • Old Codger

      “Any man… that is not moved to poetry at the sight of those two visions of beauty … bury him six feet deep.”

      That or give him a bus ticket to San Francisco.

  • tomstockton

    I know I’m an old fart, but in that last panel, Jan reminds of Bettie Paige. Comments, Mr. Muir?

    • I’m thinking well spotted sir.

    • H_B

      Wow, how did I never notice her bangs before? She has them on Feb 24th. Definitely doesn’t have them on Feb 5th, 8th, or 9th.

    • H_B

      Oh, and tomstockton, there’s nothing “old fart” about Bettie Page. Do a Google image-search for “Olivia Bettie Page”. She’s been “brought back” into popular culture every decade since the 80s.

      Because Bettie Page is “Classic”.

      • Old Codger

        Not to mention one of the sexiest women ever caught on film.

  • WayneM

    That’s enough to make me wax poetic as well…

    • Mike

      Or the dolphin?

    • B Woodman

      Wax. . .. something.

      • Old Codger

        Looks to me like it has already been well waxed. 😉

  • DAYUM, Chris! You are an artist for sure.

  • Hardball

    Word of the day – diaphanous –

    Can you say diaphanous?

    • Old Codger

      I can say it but I can’t define it. But I know it when I see it.

  • MasterDiver

    Poetry, sheer poetry

  • Bill G

    Ah, the hope that springs eternal, as long at there are breasts…
    oops, I don’t think that’s quite what Shakespeare wrote.

  • Pamela

    Damon yearns to write of explorations
    His natural pen and ink are best

  • Catbert

    Chris. Speaking of visions, does Damon have eyes or does he always wear sun glasses, even in the morn?

    • Chris Muir

      He has Adies Pupillary Syndrome-his pupils don’t contract.Seriously.

      • Old Codger

        You mean his pupils are permanently dilated like what the eye doc does to me every year? That sucks. Best he never get into any sort of accident. The docs’ll declare him brain damaged for sure “blown” pupils and all.

      • H_B

        Should he wear a medic-alert bracelet?

  • A bright light will reveal many great truths. A lotta truth showing up this morning.. a lotta truth.

  • Boobie the Rocket Dog

    Looks like Jan has gained some weight, or is it just the perspective?

    • Old Codger

      Perspective, I suspect. In any case every ounce is gloriously distributed. Same with Sam. Walking wet dreams, those two.

  • JW

    … and the dawn comes up like thunder…

  • bill3542

    just a little beer to go with them titties… and the world would be fine.

  • Gus Bailey

    Jan shaved.

  • Rob Turcott


  • Ahhh, the Bettie Page bangs.
    Nowww, yer talkin’.

  • aez

    “Be still, my daughter! I have a vision…”

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