Wednesday, December 21, 2005

End of December Absenteeism

I'm on the road, cramming as many family visits as is humanly possible into the next four or five days. Blog posts will, therefore, be spotty at best. So, here's a couple seasonal images stolen off my website:


First, of course, is kindly ol' Saint Nick.


And this is his grumpy older sister, Mamma Eggnog.

Mamma Eggnog has her own, less well-known holiday, the BicycleMass. I've got a bunch of drawings and even some Bikemas carols hiding away in a notebook, somewhere. If you're interested, bug me about them.

Okay, I'm off to listen to my family tell my lovely wife horrible lies about me. Happy Holidays, Wal-Mart shoppers!

7 comments:

Tim Tylor said...

You've piqued my curiosity about Ma'am Eggnog. :)

Joseph said...

Very nice!

Anonymous said...

Very nice. Now I'm hooked on another blog, thank you very much. Why I couldn't I have sold you, oh, Strawberry Shortcake comics so that today I would have one less brilliant (that's brilliant with a small "b", don't let your head get all swollon up) cartoonist to keep up with? Damn your eyes!

Nice seeing you, by the way.

Scott said...

And the above comment was by Scott, by the way.

Joel Priddy said...

Scott, as you can tell from his post, is one of those vile pushers who stands on street corners hissing "Hey, Kid, wanna see some pitchers?"

I first marched into Scott's Daydream Comics in lockstep with the rest of the Mighty Marvel Mutant Mob. He's the one who introduced me to Alan Moore's Miracleman, Donna Barr's Desert Peach, and a thousand and one other wonderful comics that sustained my interest in the medium beyond the days of pubescent power fantasy.

Thanks for checking out the blog, Scott!

Matt said...

Mama Eggnog rocks! I wanna celebrate Bikemas too but, urm, ruined my bike trying to get home drunk. If I wish for a bike for Bikemas will I be allowed to celebrate bikeless?

Oh, and BTW, the two images for this post don't seem to be loading today. Guess that's right though, seeing as how it 'tanit the season any more.

Joel Priddy said...

Hrm. Hopefully that was only a temporary problem. Is anyone having trouble seeing the images now? 'Cause we want to keep the Holiday Spirit going all year 'round!