Pizza from Scratch, 79








8 March, 2007








"Edath" gets her name tag.

© Bill Lemmond (Actually, you're welcome to download and share these web-resolution images, and you probably won't be happy with printing them.)

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Before I started using this character, I asked a Goth girl friend of mine if she was at all offended by the idea. She said "Bill, you've forgotten. I'M a redheaded dyslexic goth girl. I think it's cute and funny. Go ahead." So Edath, the dyslexic goth kitty made her debut.

Michaela del Gato wanted "Death" on her name tag, not to be grim or scary, but to remind people that life is fleeting and to encourage them to make the most of each moment.

Granted, that's a plan that's neither realistic nor appropriate for restaurant service, but her heart was in the right place. Fortunately for all, her letters were not in the right places.

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