I occasionally enlist their help. Last summer at the beginning of the pandemic they helped me draw an epically dumb comic about a nose that gets sick:
When I was a kid, my mom and I would played “The Alphabet Game.” We’d pick a theme and then try to come up with words for each letter of the alphabet. My eight-year-old and I have started our own alphabet game, only we use it to make dada-ish nonsense poems together in the pool. (I jot them down in my waterproof notebook.)
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