Spring Cleaning: or, how I make even bigger messes
When you're not ready to let go... The struggle is real, y'all. Things end so fast we do not have time to react, to come to grips with the loss. We're not ready to throw in the towel - not yet. But life often throws us these little curve balls and all we can do is...read more
April Fools! Personally, I'm not a fan of April Fools Day. But that may be because I'm usually the fool in these situations. (Gullible - that's me.) However, I know that so many of you LOVE playing pranks on unsuspecting victims like me, so I thought I'd draw this...read more
Interruptions at every turn... Even without young kids running around at my feet, I certainly have my hands full in this household! Case in point: each and every time I sit down at my desk, or curl up on the couch with sketchbook in hand, the interruptions abound....read more
Every work week is the same... Monday starts off with a desperate need for coffee and a dark corner away from people. Tuesday is better (not much), but the weekend still feels like a far distant dream. By Wednesday, our work week runs at full source and we start to...read more
St Patricks Day 2017 On St Patricks Day 2017, Merida tries to explain her heritage... But Snow White and Tiana just want to shower her with love!read more
Click on the panels to the right to begin reading: Autoimmune disease illustrated guide: a visual way to explain a hidden ailment... It seems like anyone who, like me, struggles with an (or multiple) autoimmune disorder(s) knows they royally suck. Furthermore, trying...read more
The following public drinking comic is NOT a PSA. I promise. Just the reasons why I don't do public drinking. 🙂 I'm a lousy drunk. That's about what this public drinking comic amounts to. I either have a nasty allergic reaction (which is extremely unpleasant let me...read more
My little Newsies musical comic tribute: #newsiesfanbeforeitwascool After seeing Newsies: the Broadway musical this past week, I just had to make a Newsies musical comic tribute. Like, there wasn't even a choice. You see, I have been a Newsies musical fan for - well,...read more
Wrapping presents – pets make it nearly impossible! (A Socially Awkward web comic on [email protected])
Today's Socially Awkward web comic: Wrapping Presents with Pets. Pets make wrapping presents nearly impossible! Don't they?! But we love our fur babies anyway. Even if they do drive us insane... Anyway, enjoy! 🙂 ♥ Like what you see? Check out more Socially Awkward...read more
Doing Things Together: it's the little things that count. The hubby and I believe in often doing things together - separately. But, lately, I have noticed that I miss the simpler times when we used to really do things together. As a couple. ♥ Like what you see? Check...read more
. . . a web comic by [email protected]
Tripping over life and pretending it is on purpose.
Welcome to my little web comic. If you are a
glutton for punishment repeat visitor – glad to have you back! Otherwise, if you’ve never been here before – thanks for coming!
So what exactly is Socially Awkward?
First, I thought it would be fun to create a visual representation of fun little moments in my life. Second, I wanted to push myself to find the humor in small things in my life – mainly as an exercise to help with my anxiety. You know… focus on small things instead of getting overwhelmed by the big picture.
I’ll be honest. I have a hard time creating humor. I appreciate funny things but I’ve never thought of myself (or my life) as particularly hilarious. Through this little exercise, however, I’ve found out that lots of those fun little moments in my life are fun, funny, and worth sharing. Those moments really seem to resonate with people, so I’ve decided to keep up the project and continue my comic.
You will notice that my style has changed since the inception of this web comic. That is because, as an artist, I am continually growing and expanding my skill set. I appreciate your patience as I find my groove and settle on a design for Socially Awkward that I think best represents the content of this series and my own artistic style.