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Books: Adulthood is a Myth, by Sarah Anderson 
31st-Aug-2016 06:00 am
Today to Read
Adulthood is a Myth, by Sarah Anderson. Comics. Paperback, 109 pages.

Sarah's semi-autobiographical comics touch on a lot of the day-to-day of being an adult. To judge by the comics, she is both unmarried and childless, though a few of the comics have her as a grandmother character. I found a lot to relate to in this compilation, even though I'm not an introvert.

2nd-Sep-2016 02:16 pm (UTC)
Ok, I like the comic. I have long hair and totally relate. I've lost count of the number of times I've slammed the car door on my hair, eaten my hair, and found my shed hair wrapped in a knot around.... Let's just go with clothing or rolling chair wheels. My husband used to wonder why I always wear my hair in a bun or braided every day. Then he grew his... which he wears every day in a ponytail. Yeah. Long hair. Versatile. Looks great down and doesn't annoy me for about 30 seconds each day. But then I tie it back and it is fine. Which is why I don't have short hair. There is no tying short hair back and ending the annoyance.
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