Sylvia Archive: The Color Of Envy

The Woman Who is Annoyed by Everything may finally have a bit of hope to light up her frustration.Saturday, September 13, 2014

Sylvia Archive: Pill-Free Goddess

And herb-free, too. A Goddess for those who need her most. Click the strip for an altar-sized comic.

Friday, September 12, 2014


Cats Who Rule The Roost

Cats bullying for their own way? No, never.

Finding A Balance

My favorite line from Helen: “I get enough exercise just pushing my luck.” 

Yesterday I took a walk (helps my lung capacity) so I could practice swinging my arms (helps my spine alignment) and realized how weird that looked. Just to add to the weirdness, I tried walking and turning my head alternating left and right. That’s incredibly difficult for me, perhaps not for you, and I had to lie down in the middle of the street just to calm myself. This is the rhythm of my speech after I read a column from Margaret and Helen.

Mmm, pie.


And exercise.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013



Sylvia Archive: Optimist?

When it comes to health care companies, do you fall on the side of pessimism or simple apathy? Click the strip for a larger comic.

Thursday, September 10, 2014


Sylvia Archive: Heroic Cat vs Dietary Dictator

This selfless feline will advocate for her human, even when faced with a tasteless romance.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Distillery Cat

Cats are popping up everywhere! Who knew they had such important roles, such as this one. Mice, beware.


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Missing In Action

Sometimes we miss events – important events – for no good reason. For instance, what possible reason could I have had to miss this one?  A cat festival!

It's a photo of Toots this Sunday, posing as Still Life with Flowers

Sylvia Archive: Quiz Time

Here’s a quiz with questions of age and time. Classic, no? Leave your answer in a comment.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014


Did you read any of the comments sent to Anita? I started wondering about the men, the gamers who send those comments. Why hasn’t a study been done of them? It seems really important to understand what drives them, what they learned as children that enables them to act out this way. I think we have to understand the perpetrators.

Here is a how Emma Sulkowicz, an art student at Columbia University, is addressing the issue violence against women. Quite courageously with her protest-turned-performance-art-turned-thesis.