Mrs. Saturday Morning Toons. YAY!

Yes, dear.

I wanted my wife to draw this week’s edition of the Bun Toon, like that fictional kid Billy, from FAMILY CIRCUS, used to do, back when that series was cute, and not the subject of constant scorn.

It's funny because it's an innocent's view of divorce.

But instead of drawing one of my scripts, Keiren wrote her own, using my old drawings for the art.   Darn woman.  I ask her to star in my movie, and instantly, she wants to direct.

So today: A BUN TOON treat from my personal muse, the Earth to my sky, the honey to my bee, the Madame to my Curie.

I was going to point out that she only chose drawings of me where I’m not wearing pants….but to be fair, I never wear pants in any of my self portraits.  And yet, we remain married.   AND NOW YOU KNOW MY SECRET SHAME!

Coming Soon:  I get each of my kids to draw one, and I never have to lift a pencil again!

Ty the Guy OUT!

Here now, your comic book marriage moment of zen:


It really matters who's original idea this was, and who just went along with it...


7 responses to “Mrs. Saturday Morning Toons. YAY!

  1. Wow, your kids must be funny people too, because this is HILARIOUS! Either that or they’re really embarassed of mom and dad all the time. Kudos, KT.

    “Hire a strange woman off the street”

  2. Definitely embarassed. They’ve learned well that if they try to walk in certain rooms and we yell “We’re taking reference photos” they go hide under their covers. Ty gets so focussed on his work that sometimes he’ll run upstairs from his studio and announce, “I need a reference shot!”, sketch in hand (for me to see how to pose him) and not paying attention to anything but his art brain, and he’ll start stripping down to the undies…and I’m yelling, “Honey! The kids have friends over! Can we take pictures in our room?” I can’t imagine the stories that go home…

  3. Pingback: I’m “Billy” | KT SMITH

  4. I did not know that accountants had sunk so low…


    Steven G. Willis

  5. Ha ha ha ha ha ha…..sigh.

    Man, i can’t tell you how many girls i dated who were clearly under many of those miss-conceptions, only to run to the hills as fast as they could after the sad truth of it all came to light. 😛

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