And we continue on!
Sam is a babysitter; she has babysat most of the town’s children (I put that in the notes when creating Sunnyville).
Believe me, I had a lot of fun doing those two middle panels with Sam’s comments on Rusty.
Sam and her aunt Sarah present a contrast to the more emotional Nancy and Nurse Hopper. And we’re going to learn why Dr. Auernheimer was put in this story in the next pages.
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