This is so cute.
Especially since she went to a furniture store that covers 30 city blocks to buy it…
How many furniture stores other than IKEA have you seen that are anywhere near that big?
I didn’t even know that Minneapolis had an Ikea. I’ve been gone way too long.
Simple girl; simple pleasures…
You don’t get it. In X thousands of years, this is he first time the girls have been individuals with a need to personalize their space. That lamp is a landmark.
More to the point; she knows she was an engine of genocide once. She’s expressed a desire to try “fixing things” for a change.
That she bought a type of simple lamp that nonetheless required assembly seems noteworthy.
She’s MADE something now, and it is bright and warm.
Never underestimate the power of good lighting.
It’s the small victories that mean the most sometimes.
Aww, heartwarming. <3
this is one of my favorite Bud strips (which are usually my favorite strips, well done.
This is so cute
The term “lol” is used entirely too often, but I really did laugh out loud at that last panel. A loud, obnoxious laugh. Bravo.
What’s there to laugh about in the last panel? I’d say it’s rather “d’awww”-worthy.
I have that same lamp!
As cataclysmic as the storyline may sometimes be, I remain impressed by our host’s ability to, as it were, play the softest notes just as easily as the sharpest.
Did anyone else notice her shadow in panel one? This tells us it’s evening – implying she spent hours deciding what to get. Which in turn says how important this was to her. Without a word!
Welp, that’s one room done!
For a girl tossed into a dark pit filled with pain and horror, a little light has enormous value.
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