Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Cycles of Life

 

In less than 6 months my wife and I will be learning to ride cycle #5! It's sure to be an exciting and terrifying course. 

26 comments:

  1. Congrats on the impending addition!

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  2. Congrats! And the amount of new material.... endless!

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  3. this is great! and congrats :-)

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  4. Congratulations! Fantastic comics!

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  5. Counting the days to reach the last panel.

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  6. Congratulations.... but take my word about two things. 1) Wife. Use the drugs. Don't fall for the natural stuff....

    2) Get a car.

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  7. Congrats. I'm curious what your comics will start looking like when you reach "eccentric old age".

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  8. Fantastic news, man. All the best to you and your wife.

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  9. Congratulations. It's a beautiful thing.

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  10. Sweet, dont get a car like that dude suggested!
    I can still remember me sitting at the back of my dads bike.. precious!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsmSsPNzq7Y

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  11. Incredible! I love your work!

    Társio - Brasil - Rio de Janeiro

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  12. ooooh! that's awesome. every new loved kid is so awesome! congratulations and success!!

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  13. This is great. And congrats on your impending new addition!

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  14. Yeah!
    Good news!
    Keep her safe and good luck!
    And as for the car/bike controversy, why not have both?

    They can be combined perfectly if You watch out not to become lazy, but if You enjoy riding a bike, that shouldn't be a problem.

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  15. good luck! (you're going to need it)

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  16. Good one! Now I have eccentric old age to look forward to!

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  17. Someone once described having a child as "to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body." Parenthood is one of the three life events for which no one can fully prepare, but it can be such a blessing. Congratulations.

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  18. A lot of the midlife crisis guys I know ride expensive road bikes - the bike equivalent of a sports car. I know, I'm one of them.

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  19. Congratulations!

    Ignore vanderleun. No car necessary. Perhaps a bakfiets though.

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  20. Dont worry, it starts a bit hard but the teenage years are all downhill.

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