Category Archives: Momma Dukes

Four days of Hurricane Sandy journal comics

— I was going to draw a few more days for this, as we then played host for family and friends still without power and the ability to take a hot shower, but ending our four-day string with the lights … Continue reading

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020 – Final Credit Card Payment

One down, one more to go. And the light that shines through the shining night Is a lamp that I carried from my mother’s home And the light that burns through the window pane And the love remains – “Blue … Continue reading

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016 – Bracelet Says

This happened way back in like March or April, I think. However, her exuberant and exhausting response to me answering her question has stayed stuck in my head since then. Now it’s a comic. And there’s probably a couple other … Continue reading

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010 – Mom’s Eulogy

In loving memory… Mary P. Abbamondi May 25, 1945 – December 18, 2010 Miss you, Momma Dukes! Now and for all of time. I’m on your side When times get rough And friends just can’t be found Like a bridge … Continue reading

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