The title: Another Saturday Night of Wild and Reckless Abandon.
With one final “Ack,” beloved comic strip character Cathy said goodbye to the Sunday funnies this week after 34 years of struggling through the ups and downs of food, love, work, and a marriage-obsessed mother.
Cathy was an American gag-a-day comic strip, drawn by Cathy Guisewite from 1976 until 2010.
The comic is about a woman, Cathy, who struggles through the "four basic guilt groups" of life — food, love, family, and work.
beloved parents I want to be able to visit more often ...Best Advice: "Give up the quest for perfection and shoot for five good minutes in a row."Childhood Dreams: "Cowboy.Not a cowgirl, cowboy."Biggest Influence Never Met: Betty Crocker, "The source of much of the 20 pounds I gained in college that inspired my entire career."Three Adjectives to Describe Herself: "Picky, picky, picky." Cathy Guisewite is the creator and cartoonist behind the long-running nationally syndicated comic strip "Cathy," one of the first mainstream comics created by a woman.and a creative biological clock, which is urging me to try something else while I can." Cathy has been a hit with people who appreciated her comic neuroses, which often resulted in her trademark exclamation, "AACK!" As a result, she has been featured on everything from refrigerator magnets and coffee mugs to calendars and T-shirts.