A family friendly, web comic strip blog about the creatures who live in a city park.

An Old Valentine

I found this valentine in a cupboard the other day. I made it for my husband nine years ago. With his permission, I am sharing it with you. This was around the same time that I was starting to work on Domino Park Comics, and I thought it was an interesting look back.

There are no beavers in Domino Park, but my husband was working in construction as a general contractor, so the beavers seemed to be a good fit. Who knows, maybe I’ll let the beavers visit the park someday.

Valentine 1

Comments on: "An Old Valentine" (5)

  1. Hahahaha! Love beavers! That’s so cute!

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