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A Sally Forth Christmas

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on December 25, 2022

A Very Merry Christmas to all who celebrate, Happy Holidays to all, and best wishes all around!!!

Just a holiday note: In today’s strip, Ted flashes back to a holiday memory we already showed in the comic, back in 2018. In other words, we get to see the exact same childhood Christmas from two different angles, in the moment and through the lens of time. Or, as some may call it, narrative OCD.

Thank you very, very much for spending time with us and our comic family. This has been a particularly curious year for the industry as a whole and what we do we can only do because of you. No pressure 😀



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  1. Usual John said, on December 25, 2022 at 4:38 pm

    Merry Christmas, Ces! I’ve been enjoying these posts immensely.

  2. Pete Gill said, on January 19, 2023 at 3:10 pm

    Mr. Marciuliano –

    I am waaaay late to the game on this, but – in 2017, you did a series where Ted was dealing with is dad’s decline due to Alzheimers, and his eventual death as well.

    I lost my father this way in the fall of 2016, after a long “off ramp”; your strip was poignant, heart
    rending, and extremely helpful for me: I re-read them in the fall, around the anniversary of dad’s passing. You nailed it, at least for me – thank you so much for your writing (the other stuff is funny as hell, too).

    All the best
    Pete Gill
    Duke ’86, English
    Duke ’86, Englisht r rere

    • cesco7 said, on January 19, 2023 at 4:09 pm

      Thank you very much. And I know it has been a few years but my condolences on the passing of your father. We both know the feelings and coping continue.

      And on a completely different note—apologies for the shift in tone—apparently we overlapped a year at Duke. (’89)

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