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Many thanks, Libor!

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Many thanks, J.R., and so glad you got a kick out of the cartoons!

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My condolences.

Hugs

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Thank you, DDS!

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Mar 9, 2023·edited Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

Sending you my deepest condolences, Anne, as you navigate the tricky process of grief. 💔

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Many thanks, Mickey!

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So deeply sorry Anne. Totally feel for you. (and great archive cartoons.....)

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Thanks so much, Rabbitgurl, and so glad you enjoyed the cartoons!

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Be strong. It's always good to let people know about people close to us who have passed.

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Thank you so much, Turfseer! I didn't realize how much it would mean to let my Substack community know about Amy, her work and what she meant to me. The outpouring of sympathy, wisdom and love is beyond comforting.

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Anne

Sorry to read of your loss.

Regards from the can opener

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Thank you for making me laugh, Grasshopper Kaplan!

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I laughed out loud seeing that and the dead man hiking too.

My cat has a way of letting me know what he wants based on where he is located....

Near fridge....food.

Near door....out to run around.

And he tolerates my affection by giving me lacerations.

If only he were a doctor....

They had a cafe called KitTea

I believe for a while, where they had cats in the house....

Not sure how they got the board of health to allow that....

Must have took some doing .

Thank you.

I was missing your humour

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I vaguely recall KitTea, too! I don't know how they pulled that off.

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Mar 9, 2023·edited Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

Wonderful cartoons but stifled laughter.

Condolences on your loss, Anne.

Your friend sounds like she was a wonderful person.

Much love.

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Thank you so much for your sweet message, Dosamuno!

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

I'm so sorry about your friend, Anne. Please accept my condolences.

And thank you for brightening my day with these cartoons, even while you are grieving.

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Many thanks, Grandma Bear! I'm glad the cartoons brightened your day as they did mine!

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Mar 9, 2023·edited Mar 10, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

I'm sorry for your loss and for the impact it had on you. You words fall on all us with great meaning. I was thinking about how deeply scarred I am, and how surreal and sad it has been to witness a war which is both silent and invisible. Some days my nerves so strained, I can't function well, or even do my job. We must take time to heal and strengthen our very battered hearts and souls. So all this, just to say, take a break, sleep, laugh to some silly comedy, and know we're all still here holding on to each other as best as we can. Your work is beautiful and meaningful, and we want you to be well. Thank you.

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What you wrote is so kind, poignant and healing, Alexandra. Thank you so much!

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Alexandra, I want to let you know that my husband and I watched "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" last night. The perfect silly comedy to engage me and make me laugh. It's a hilarious satire about the 1950's advertising world and consumer culture of the time. So original, and so mocking of American values of doing whatever it takes to achieve success. It stars Tony Randall and Jayne Mansfield, available on Criterion Channel. Thanks for the silly comedy suggestion!

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Sounds right up my alley; I love those old comedies! Thank you!

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You’re very welcome, Alexandra!

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So sorry about the loss of your dear friend, Anne! May she rest in peace. Sending you hugs.

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Thank you so much, Tessa!

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Sorry for your loss. She will

be missed.

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Thanks so much, Formerly_Known_As_Someone!

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Good idea to focus on taking care of yourself this week. The comments you receive are so wonderful and affirming. There really is a whole world of caring open-minded people out there!!! May your heart heal from so many losses.

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Thank you so much for your healing words, Peggy!

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Losing a friend after so many years is a horrible thing. Take time for yourself and know that we, and God are with you.

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Thank you for your beautiful words, Bandit!

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

I often think after losing a good friend, how fortunate I was to have known them. The relationship made both of our lives better. Finding your substack in the mess of a world always has made me smile every time except today. Today it made me appreciate another human being and their recent loss, I would give you a hug if I could.

Thankyou Anne.

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Mar 9, 2023·edited Mar 9, 2023Author

Yes, I'm feeling very fortunate to have known Amy, and I think it's not possible to realize that until someone is gone and you deeply feel what they meant to you. Your hug is real to me, and I thank you, William!

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Anne Gibbons

Sincere condolences and I hope you feel better soon, Anne!

Wonderful "before time" cartoons!

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Thank so much for your kind words, Ungovernable!

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And glad you enjoyed the cartoons!

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