"It doesn't pay to live in the past ... there's no future in it."
"Survival is the art of making the least of the worst and the most of the least!"
"We should enjoy here while we're here cause there's no here, there!"
In the great tradition of Ben Franklin, Will Rogers, and Forrest Gump, Ziggy offers his own homespun philosophy. Who knew? But who else is better qualified to contemplate life's mysteries. Ziggy suffers the slings and arrows of day-to-day living and yet still gets misty at the sight of a beautiful sunset. Simple, direct, and true, these heartfelt observations cover more than twenty-five years of Ziggy's experiences. This fun and inspiring collection is sure to strike a chord of appreciation in everyone.
About the Author
Tom Wilson began drawing Ziggy in 1987. The cartoonist's lifestyle came very naturally to Tom, whose father created the cartoon and whose family includes many artists. Tom studied graphic design at Miami University and fine art and illustration at Boston University. Although he is no longer involved in the day-to-day drawing of Ziggy, he continues to have an ongoing passion for creative development as president of Ziggy and Friends, Inc.