Hey Mr Katsu, opportunities can happen at anytime, so be ready for POP-UP surprises! Plan your goals, prepare and be patient because you never know when “the right opportunity” will POP-UP. It’s said that the only guarantee in life is “change”. So start planning to do something you’ve always thought about doing this year (new career, new hairstyle, new recipe, etc.) because life waits for no one!
Hey everyone, it’s winter cold but we’re ready to dive into the New Year! Some of you may have stumbled upon my blog comic, heard about it from a friend or coworker or maybe even happened to meet Mr Katsu on one of our many walks around town. I hope you enjoy following us as much as I am creating them. And if you’re on Instagram, check out my recent comic videos. Cheers to 2019, meeting new friends, supporting and collaborating with other artists and donating my artwork to help non-profits fundraise.
Hey Mr Katsu, the holidays need lights and at least ONE snow globe! Wishing you and your family a very happy Season’s Greetings and thank you for being a fan of my little blog!
Hey Mr Katsu, you do have pointed ears… but not so sure about a Santa toy elf! Tis the season to celebrate and thank all the “helper elves” in your life! Remember the value of a gift isn’t how much it costs, but how much it’ll be cherished!
Hey Mr Katsu, winter cold is here and snowflakes are falling. Each one is different, like your relatives calling! Bundle up, snuggle up and find joy in the “little things” this holiday season!
Hey Mr Katsu here’s a little poem for a Thanksgiving favorite!
Oh lonely potato you REALLY are so loved.
At holiday time, on a fork you are shoved.
You grow in the dirt with water and sun.
Then off to market stacked one-by-one.
The pile is high and shoppers soon circle in,
They pick, toss and grab you until none in the bin.
Baked, mashed or fried, all cooking ways to enjoy,
Thanks for your vitamins and delicious goodness, oh boy!
Hey Mr Katsu, cheers to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater and it’s long history in Los Angeles. The final day in its current location will be Friday, November 23 (the day after Thanksgiving, which happens to be the same day they opened 55 years ago.) Visit their website to learn more and ticket info for Bob Baker’s Nutcracker presented at the Pasadena Playhouse beginning November 24 for 5 weeks.