X marks the spot

What X-citement we have had the month! Despite the X-erable weather and heck…I can’t hardly find any words that start with X without cheating. X-scuses, X-scuses…

Meanwhile, we are recovering from our X-hausting bout with yet another version of this winter’s cold and flu season.  On Wednesday we will be back with a new cartoon (a REALLY new cartoon!) and hopefully, we will resume our normal schedule of a new cartoon every Sunday and Wednesday, as well as an “encore presentation” for Fabulous Furry Fridays.

Thank you to all the A to Z-ers who came to visit this month.  I hope you will stick around and say hi from time to time.  There are some new blogs that I am now following, as well as a couple that I already followed.  Posting daily did not give me as much time as I had hoped for visiting other blogs, but with the list still accessible (yes?) I hope to rectify that situation.

And now, here are some X-cellent encore presentations.  (I’m X-cited about tomorrow, Y? Because, duh, Panda Yoga, hello?)

hey, are dere any more cuppycakes?

X-cessively bad taste

Mr Wu tries to take charge

X-treme jealousy

mr wu speaks out.

X-treme angst

And to all you folks out there that are thinking of launching your own crowdfunding project out there in the real world, my radio interview on Whidbey Air got rescheduled to next week, due to my sore throat and fever that I was X-periencing this weekend.  I’ll post the link here next Sunday so you can tune in, because it gonna be LIVE!!! See ya then!

Be the Bear
Bob T. Panda

8 thoughts on “X marks the spot

  1. Chris

    X is a tricky one. I hope the A to Z cohosts don’t penalize anyone for failing to come with an x-word. Your panda cartoons are awesome, in any letter ;D

    I think the list is still accessible, I checked it a couple days ago and the links worked. Hope you’re feeling better!

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I am feeling better, as as one of my alert Pandanistas pointed out, Mr. Wu’s real name is Xiao Liwu. Also a number of panda names start with X: Xi Lan, Mei Xiang, and many more besides. It must be this cold that is fuzzing up my head. I do feel better.

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  2. susan m nevins

    Dear Anne belov, I understand you’ll be attending INSIDE STORY May 6, 2014
    I am unable to get your books from Partners West…please call me or the bookstore asap via email or phone # 206-518-5886 thanks sue nevins
    I just recieved your name today at Noon Monday as an attendee and thats why there is the rush!

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  3. djcollett

    I am Xcited about this blog – Master Wu seems a bit perturbed and confuzed about the Cublanta twins – I sure hope he will realize he still has his devoted fanbase. Miss Pinky has not poofed all of us! Oh what will the next installment reveal? Inquiring Pandanistas wait with bamboozled anticipation!

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I think it is time I launch my Inspector Panda series of stories. I haven’t actually written them, but I want to start them as a weekly installment. I believe Mr Wu, since now he has been kicked out by his mom, needs a job, and the assistant position to Inspector Panda is available.

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  4. Vicky Vladic

    These cartoons are so good I’ve Xeroxed & Xylographed them.
    If we X-rayed the Panda Kindergarden, how much cheekiness would we find inside?
    Oh and once the Panda Kindergarden have mastered the Olympics, they can enter the X-Games!!

    Hope you are feeling better.
    So glad the radio interview has been rescheduled.
    Weekly Inspector Panda!!!! Mr Wu as the assistant!!!! So X-cited 🙂

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Hmmm… X-rays of the Pandy Kindy…what WOULD we find? perhaps a purloined cuppycake or three? Inspector Panda is getting ready for his first case…The Mystery of the Malted Cuppycake!

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