Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Whoof! I am so behind on my updates!

But I have 3 new toons up over at my website. Two smallies and one regular one.

You can start here:

The extra toons are to celebrate the new movie ... and the mayhem and bloodshed (okay, not really bloodshed ...) that's created in Forks Wa. And also to celebrate my finally having figured out the mystery being RSS feeds. Yay!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Look! Resa Lives!

Hidy --

Long time no writey!

Well, that's partly because I'm not in Forks this summer. I had to take a temporary job in Port Angeles til September, when I return to take training for a new job in Forks. So, hey. It's all good.

In the meanwhile? It's summer. And it's been dang hot this last week both here and in Forks. My cousin even packed her bags and stayed with me here in Port Angeles for a week or so, til the really hot weather passed. Since it was about 10 degrees cooler here in PA, than in Forks Wa. Strange to think so, but it was.

And now? Now, it's DAMN COLD. After 80F and 90F, it suddenly dropped to the mid 40s last night. And I had to turn on the heat. Can you imagine? Using a heater in Summer. That's ... just ... wrong. Hehheh.

Oh, and I do have a new toon up at the webpage, just a wee supplementary toon. Which I forgot to mention here when I put it up ... sorry.

And, a new one will be up on the 20th. If you subscribed to the rss feed ... that's still a bit wonky. But I hope to have it figured soon.

Best wishes!
Stay warm! Or cool. Or ... dang, whatever you prefer.
-- Resa

Tuesday, June 29, 2010


The first of three for July! Yay!

- Resa

Monday, June 14, 2010

Yay! New YET UNTITLED strip!

It seems that I've found a way to post my new strips on time, even while I spend this summer in Port Angeles. So lookie! It's only the night of the 14th, and it's going up now for the 15th! Yay for me.

And it can be found:

Enjoy! Hope you're all having a wonderful summer. It's been a bit wet here in Port Angeles. And wetter in Forks, my cousin tells me. Which surprises nobody.

Best wishes,

Friday, May 28, 2010

Hey! New Yet Untitled Strip!

Which can be found here:

There are more Twilight themed ones coming soon after this one. Edward's in the next one. And a short time after Bella and Jacob. Though I fear that their characters will not be that happy with me ...


Have a lovely day!

Monday, May 10, 2010

New Yet Untitled Strip up!

You may find it HERE!

Heh. I'll be out of touch for a few days, but please -- enjoy it!

Be safe, ya'll!

Friday, May 7, 2010

Another Day in Forks Wa

It's a bright and sunny day here in Forks. The winds a bit up, but nothing to worry about. And so I was sitting on my porch, breathing it all in, occasionally wandering about to check on my flowers or study the progression of streamer moss growing downward from the limbs of my trees, when I heard it.

You have to understand that Forks is pretty quiet generally. Or quiet'ish. You hear birds, pretty much all the time. And the creaking of tree branches as the wind blows through them. And the occasional squirrel setting up a fuss, but other than that, it's quiet.

But as I sat out there listening to our Forks Version of Quiet, there came a sound. A horrible, terrible sound. It had the resonance of a small plane propeller being spun to get the engine going, mixed with the agonized squeel of some huge animal. And it was loud, and heading in my direction quickly. And so startling in it's suddenness, and fast approach that I wasn't quite sure how to process it immediately. Yes, the brain just went "whaaaa???"

Then I remembered how odd the llamas sound when they're irked about something. And out of the brush and trees, and thankfully on the other side of the fence, came bursting forward a very, very pregnant llama girl, shrieking her head off, and followed fast behind by the head llama male. The entire image was of her trying to avoid an attacker, and it took some work to grab hold of my dog and convince it that this wasn't a time to get involved to help a lady. Both of them could easily put her in the doggy hospital.

But then, Miss Llama stopped and glared at Mr. Llama. And Mr. Llama backed away quickly, obviously very intimated while she continued to shriek at him. And I think I got it.

I know that the local cows have all begun having wee cow babies over there. So I suspect it might also be time for the lady llamas to be bringing forth their own little ones. And Mr. Llama wants to be there, and Ms. LLama isn't having any of that.

Whatever the case, as I stood there, she continued to shriek and stomp her feet at him until he backed completely off and left. And then she quieted herself, seemed much more satisfied with the world, and turned to stomp off in the other direction.