Tag Archives: The Family Circus

Don’t Get Caught!

A recent Family Circus cartoon had young Dolly sharing this piece of advice with her younger brothers—“Remember—no running in the house if an adult is watching.” That seems to be the mindset of many adults when it comes to our … Continue reading

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Give Him Our Attention

Little Dolly in The Family Circus is always getting her words mixed up. In the cartoon that appeared in the newspaper on December 21, 2020, Dolly was singing a familiar Christmas song in her own unique way—“Oh come let us … Continue reading

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Prompted to Be Thankful

In a recent cartoon of “The Family Circus”, Dolly was teaching her little brother the importance of being thankful. She said, “When somebody gives you something…you wait for them to say ‘And what do you say?’ Then you say, ‘Thank … Continue reading

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How Do You Like Your Pretzel?

Yesterday’s “The Family Circus” cartoon showed little Dolly holding a pretzel stick and saying to her mother, “Mommy, can you fix my pretzel? I like ‘em loopy, not straight.” How do you like your pretzel? Loopy or straight? It really … Continue reading

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Memory Failure

The Family Circus recently ran a cartoon that showed one of the children telling his mother, “Grandma says she’s seen it all, done it all, and heard it all. She just can’t remember it all.” I think that Grandma speaks … Continue reading

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Follow the Leader

The children in The Family Circus cartoon were playing “follow the leader” when Billy told Dolly, “Okay, you can lead this time…as long as you go where I want.” That sounds like the attitude of many people in the church. … Continue reading

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