Monday, July 13, 2020

Cultural Night

My mission president encouraged his missionaries to enjoy the numerous cultural events throughout our mission. As a result, I attended operas, ballets, and orchestral concerts as a missionary. Something I appreciate greatly today. (And something, I suspect the missionaries of today would gladly welcome if they could.)

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Nature in the Age of COVID

Since COVID hit, my family has been on over a dozen hikes. My wife and I walk our neighborhood at least once a day. Mother Nature has become our singular source of entertainment. And while I haven't reached the level of apathy that the guy in today's comic is at, I did come up with this gag.

Monday, July 6, 2020

Best 24 Years of Your Life

In the age of COVID (where each month feels like a year), we might have missionaries returning home raving about the best 24 years of their lives.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Tithing in the Age of COVID

Every time I'm exchanging something, I feel like I'm in an old spy movie. "Okay, I'm setting the package down and moving 10 feet back. Now you do the same..." I should probably invest in one of those extendable arms.

Monday, June 29, 2020

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Strait and Narrow

All my worry over the economic, physical, social, and emotional pain impacting the world has left me a little worn out. Therefore, instead of yet another COVID-19 themed comic, I'm just going to post something that wouldn't have looked out of place on this site four months ago.

I'm also linking this interesting article on whether it's the "strait and narrow path" or "straight and narrow path."*

*For maximum effect of today's gag, let's assume it's strait.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Email Home

I can see how this might be a problem for the folks back home.