New Year’s Eve Dilemma


I forgot to add, ‘drink champagne.’  But I actually caught myself thinking this last night.

But there is no dilemma in this: I want to wish everyone, everywhere a very good new year. Here’s hoping you have a year filled with fun, laughter, and love. Thank you for all your kind comments, and for following my blog. I hope to bring you even more laughter in the New Year. There is an election coming….

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About Liza Donnelly

Cartoonist and writer and live drawer for The New Yorker, CBS News. Speaker for TED and others. Books: Women On Men, http://www.narrativemagazine.com/store/book/women-men
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5 Responses to New Year’s Eve Dilemma

  1. Betsy Gamble says:

    Happy New Year. There certainly is a lot of potential for ridiculousness in the upcoming political year.

  2. Karen Raff says:

    Loved watching your recent TED talk on our flight back from Kauai yesterday. I so appreciated your thoughts — cleverly illustrated — on your body and our bodies. Have a wonderful new year. Let it begin with wry laughter!

  3. Rob Husberg says:

    The year ahead will be filled with many surprises: happy, uncanny, tragic,
    absurd, exciting, and perhaps even more strange than we’ve come to expect.
    But one constant we have (unless you quit to become a Republican pollster —
    which would be exceptionally strange) will be your vivifying humor to accompany
    us through the journey. I look forward to it. Cheers!

    PS: Maybe we can even get the New Yorker to run your cartoons again —
    with decent and appropriate regularity! (Helping to insure this, is my New Year’s
    resolution!)
    PS #2: Did you pet your dog at midnight?

    • Thanks, Rob! And yes, I did pet my dog at midnight, or close to it. He gets attention ALL the time anyway…

      Yes, let’s get the New Yorker to run my cartoons more often!!

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