Bossy & Selfish Cartoons (Another Year in Ecuador)

Bossy Has Fully Acclimated Herself


Princess Mildly Complains


Bossy's Not Bossy Enough


Bossy Gets Nervous










Princess Sets Bossy & Selfish Straight


Bossy Gets Sick


Bossy's Still Sick


Bossy Finally Starts to Feel Better


Bossy's Feeling the Chill


Princess is Relieved


Princess is Just a Tad Cynical


Bossy Goes to the Dentist


Bossy asks Selfish to Think about Vancouver
Normal Vancouver Weather



Warning: Bossy Hates Meaningless Competition. It Makes Her Testy


Bossy Makes an Observation


Selfish Laughs


Bossy Notes: Princess Pretty Much Keeps Her Thoughts to Herself






This Time Selfish Laughs in Spite of Himself








At Least Princess was Amused









However Princess got a Bit Grumpy


Secretly Princess Thinks She's the Coolest


Both Bossy & Selfish Seem Calm However


Selfish Voices No Opinion


Princess Doesn't Agree


Princess Wants to Go Home


Even Princess was Pleased in The End


Bossy Keeps Embarrassing Herself
Note:  Several weeks after the above cartoon was created, both Bossy and Selfish noticed a Poster of the President with his thumb raised.  Now they're not sure if their Ecuadorian friends were pulling their legs or if it depends exactly on how one's thumb is raised.  



But Afterwards, For No Reason, Bossy Felt Like Crying


Once Again... Princess is Confused


Bossy is Indignant


Bossy, Selfish & Princess Have a Cozy Evening at Home


Both Selfish & Princess Try and Play Dumb


Princess Feels Just a Tad Insecure


Princess Feels Concern


Princess Questions the Sanity of Bossy & Selfish (Especially Bossy)


Bossy & Selfish Compare Notes


Bossy & Selfish Come to a Compromise


Princess Approves of the New Car


Princess Has No Doubts


Selfish Complains
Note to any Grammar Nazis out there:  the "we're" in the 
first sentence was deliberate.  A very subtle play on words.  
(Or perhaps a typo the author was too lazy to fix?)



Selfish Doesn't Think It's Funny




Selfish Doesn't Necessarily Agree


Bossy Puts her Pretty Little Foot Down


Bossy Poses an Unanswerable Question


Princess is Trepidatious


Bossy is Cranky Yet Again


Selfish Reassures


Bossy Points Something Out


Selfish Asks Bossy if She ever Misses Canadian Winter








































































Not so Tiny Dancers














































In the Andes


































Not Normal Vancouver Weather














Transition(s)




























































Stretching One's Imagination





































































































Dinghies Waiting

























Tomebamba River

















































Raining Abstractions




































Toasted








































































































































A trip to Cuenca's Modern Art Museum ended up being just that: 
 "A Trip"


























































In The Andes























































Reaching to the Sky Cubed































































Cuenca at Night







































First Ride
































Faced with Reality
























































The Mother Tree








Twisted Crow













Brain Synapses








Facing Life Head On













Music on My Mind


































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