Panda’s Blog: In the Year 2072

Panda’s Blog: In the Year 2072

By Panda

[Editor’s Note: With Season One of the Mark Aldrich and Panda sketch comedy show now available, Panda decided that she wanted to talk with her fans online who want to know more about her, so she started to write and have us publish a blog about her life. By the way, if you have not started to watch, episodes one through six (with extras!) of Mark Aldrich and Panda are available on YouTube, and each episode is about ten minutes long and hilarious, if I say so myself, as Panda’s co-star. And now, here’s Panda with week eight of Panda’s Blog.—Mark]

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MONDAY
Monday, 12:13 p.m.: I just realized it’s Monday!! I blog today! How was your weekend? Mine was good. I’m going to take pictures by the Christmas tree later and Meghan is gonna take them for me. I might send out holiday photo cards. I don’t know how much that costs tho’. I also don’t know if I have to get a lot like 250 or if I can just get like, six. Maybe seven. I’m in the bath right now … I got this neat thing that I wear now, it tells me to keep moving and how many steps I have taken and it’s a lot of fun it makes me want to move around. It’s charging up now tho’, so that’s why I’m in the bath, so I make sure I don’t take steps that it doesn’t get to track. The light is green now, I think it’s charged so I’m gonna get out, go potty, and then work out and see how many points I’ve earned. This is exciting.
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‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 4, a poem by Panda 🐼

‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 4, a poem by Panda 🐼

By Panda

[Editor’s Note: In an online chat between Panda, Meghan, and Mark, the topic of musicians came up and the name of Niccolò Paganini (October 1782 – 27 May 1840), seen at top, came up, which led to several entries in this series: “Panda’s Poetry Parade.”—Mark]

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My pic of Paganini
Tonight it saw me cry
It said, “Maybe you call someone … you can’t! I wonder why …”

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‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 3, a poem by Panda 🐼

‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 3, a poem by Panda 🐼

By Panda

[Editor’s Note: In an online chat between Panda, Meghan, and Mark, the topic of musicians came up and the name of Niccolò Paganini (October 1782 – 27 May 1840), seen at top, came up, which led to several entries in this series: “Panda’s Poetry Parade.”—Mark]

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My pic of Paganini
He took his sweatshirt off

He tied it up around his waist
I felt it, it was soft

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‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 2, a poem by Panda 🐼

‘The Pic of Paganini,’ Part 2, a poem by Panda 🐼

By Panda

[Editor’s Note: In an online chat between Panda, Meghan, and Mark, the topic of musicians came up and the name of Niccolò Paganini (October 1782 – 27 May 1840), seen at top, came up, which led to several entries in this series: “Panda’s Poetry Parade.”—Mark]

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My pic of Paganini
He has a little sass.
I wiped his frame
I dusted paint and
Shined his little glass

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Panda’s Blog: People Can Be Mean but I Love Them

Panda’s Blog: People Can Be Mean but I Love Them

By Panda

[Editor’s Note: With Season One of the Mark Aldrich and Panda sketch comedy show now available, Panda noticed that she now has fans online who want to know more about her, so she has decided to write and publish a blog about her life. By the way, if you have not started to watch, episodes one through six (with extras!) of Mark Aldrich and Panda are available on YouTube, and each episode is about ten minutes long and hilarious, if I say so myself, as Panda’s co-star. And now, here’s Panda with week seven of Panda’s Blog.—Mark]

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MONDAY
Monday, 5:28 p.m.: I just woke up. I had a hard night last night. I didn’t feel like blogging. I don’t really feel like talking about it right now. Someone called me a “trash panda” and someone else tried to perform an exorcism on me. I don’t know why. I was having fun, I thought everyone was having fun! People put on these live shows, and then they act like, oh don’t come in and comment and have a good time. Why aren’t people allowed to have fun? Everyone has to be the same. I’m not the same. So I deleted my TikTok, and then Mark and Meghan talked to me and calmed me down. I put my TikTok back up this morning, too. I’ll talk more about this later but right now I’m going to take a bath and blow dry myself. I always feel good after that. Meghan made me waffles. I am taking my gummy vitamins right now. xoxox Love, Panda.
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