Monday, December 31, 2012












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Happy New Year!

xoxo
Yasmine

88 comments:

  1. Much better story then the original!!!

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  2. I love all the 'Mew's so cute! :D Looking forward to more in 2013, happy new year!!

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  3. Gorgeous, good year for you cat woman :)

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  4. I dont know the original story but this was great, everything is better with cats :)

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    1. You don't have to. its gonna make you cry :(

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  5. *_* Sweet! A happy ending because she loves cats <3 Beautiful comic! I wish you a 2013 full of kitties, kittie's hair, kittie's scars , kittie's toys, and, specially wish you lots of SQUEE!!! <3 <3 <3

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  6. I love your vision! Kitties Rule ♥ (=^_^=)

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  7. Is it okay if this brought tears to my eyes? <3 <3 <3
    ~ Eileen

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  8. I always cry when I read this story! This one is much, much better. Love U. Happy New Year!

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  9. Thanks guys!

    I felt like I needed to make it a bit happier :)

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  10. I am actually crying, this story always makes me so sad, but your ending is perfect, you are a very creative cat lady and I loove your blog, congratulations and happy new year!

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  11. The only better version of this story is Terry Pratchett's, so this is awesome.

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  12. I like this better than the original!

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  13. Thank you so much, I'm cured from the original sadly ending story! Have the greatest new year 2013!

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  14. Siete said everything I wanted to. Thanks for making the saddest story ever a happy one, and a happy new year!

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  15. You can't possibly have known that that is one of my favorite stories and that it mirrors my own life in some ways (cats figuring prominently, too!). Thank you! and Happy New Year to you and your loved ones, Yasmine!

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  16. Ahhhh so sweet! Love this version

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  17. One of my favourite stories. I love what you did with it.

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  18. I've always hated the original story. Thanks for adding a happier ending. :D

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  19. Tragedy averted. Morale of the story: keep following that cat!

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  20. I love your version of the story!!! Happy new year!

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  21. This brought a tear to my eye, because the original is so sad. Kitties make everything so happy!

    Thank you, and Happy New Year.

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  22. That is a beautiful story! Love it! Happy new year!

    http://threeinchstitch.blogspot.com

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  24. awwww so adorable :)
    happy new year!

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  25. OMG, thank you for making it a happier story and a happier year!

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  26. I've been reduced to a sobbing mess.

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  27. A truly Dickensian theme. Bravo just what I needed at 3am On new years day ��

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  28. Thank you so much! I was having kind of a bad day but this was so sweet and touching. I think it's your best one yet!

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  29. Why do I feel like crying? Happy New Year!

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  30. Thanks for such a great story... so glad for the happy ending.

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  31. I almost cried... that's perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3<3<3

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  32. So a happy day ... Kitties are better than humans. Thank you, and have a beautiful new yaer, full of kitty-love.

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  33. I love this version, with kitties everything is better.

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  34. The little match girl was one of my favourite stories when I was a girl... You almost made me cry :') Beautiful cartoon!

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  35. The true tale should end like this! Fantastic!

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  36. Ahhh! This is so cute! I love the ending!

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  37. You fixed it! =^.^= Thankyouthankyouthankyou!! <3

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  38. I like this version of The Little Match Girl so much more!!

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  39. So terribly cute. Happy New Year!

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  40. Wonderful. I loved the happy ending. You art work is amazing. Happy New Year.

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  41. It is such a cute story with lovely pictures. It is so heart touching. Have a happy year ahead.

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  42. This is a much more suitable ending! I love this story but to this day I can't help but tear up when I read it!

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  43. Best version of the Little Match Girl ever! Thanks - I wish my mom had internet to see it (she may, soon have a new computer) but I'll tell her all about it when I call her today.

    Have a great new year!

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  44. Wonderful, Yasmine. Thanks for this!

    I was curious about the original story, which I never heard of until I read people's comments, so I Googled it and happened upon the 2006 Disney animated version... and I almost started crying at work. >_<

    I love that version (Watched in numerous times now because the ending just blows me away!), but at least your version won't leave me crying in the fetal position.

    Anyway, Happy 2013!

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    1. Well, I actually DID cry at work, right at my desk with tears dripping down my face. The original story was so, so sad, but this ending is wonderful. Yasmine, you're terrific! Keep 'em coming!

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  45. This is a MUCH better ending to this story! ^_^ I never really liked the "Little Match Girl" as a child, and I still disliked how unfortunate the ending was with little message or point aside from "being a homeless orphan sucks." Thanks for improving it.

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  46. Thank you! I love the new ending

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  47. Better than the original! Thank you!

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  48. I love this story, because of the other comments I checked out the original match girl story. Man it was really sad, but I love yours better it gives a message of hope!

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  49. And they lived happily ever after :)
    Happy New Year, Yasmine!

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  50. This is a great revision of the original story. The ending is so much better. Once again, thank you for creating a wonderful diversion from the rigors of daily life.

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  51. I'm a cat lover and i your blog is wonderful !

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  52. I remember this story from when I was little. This version is so much better.

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  53. Awww such a wonderful ending (#^w^#), that's very nice...

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  54. I love that old story, but I love your ending too. :3

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  55. The panel with the cat running away in the snow... reminds of the book "Katie's Kitten". Is this a little homage to that book? The red handkerchief, the snow, the cat... I can't help but think of that book!

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  56. In my head, she adopts the little girl and trains her to be the next generation cat lady.

    I love the vision of grandma getting confused.

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  57. So lovely ! a better version of the original indeed:))
    I wish you and all you cats a wonderful happy NEW YEAR :)

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  58. I like you ending so much better!
    Happy New Year!
    Purrs

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  59. Happy New Year too!!!!

    hope you have a great days all these year!! :)

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  60. Very sweet! I know it's late, but Happy New year to all!

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  61. This Post reminds me of the book "gypsy girl's best shoes" which was my favorite children's book growing up. It makes me smile.

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  62. Cudowne :)
    Wszystkim kociarzom, kotosympatykom i kotolubom Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku!

    agarfieldka

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  63. I'd never heard the original story. I figured it just turned the idea of the classic, "It followed me home, can we keep it?" on its head. :)

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  64. That is how I always wanted it to end!!!!

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  65. very touching story thank you

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  66. I teared up...
    I had never seen the original, then I looked it up and I couldn't hold back my tears...

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  67. I teared up...
    I had never seen the original, then I looked it up and I could not hold back my tears...

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  68. Thanks, I cried :')

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  69. The cat old lady needed human company too :) as used to be with those lovely people. Thank you, so beautiful :,)

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  70. I am crying. My first reaction was "Not the Little Match Girl!" and then you did this with it. Thank you for giving her a happy ending.

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  71. I'm so happy that the cat found her before the people would. I really like this story. :)

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  72. Me encantan tus versiones gatunas. Tienes en mí a una nueva fan.
    Gracias

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  73. This always makes me smile for the rest of the day!

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  74. You made me cry. Thank you.

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  75. The original story traumatized me as a little kid with how cruel and random the world truly is. I still remember reading it at age six and realizing the only thing separating me from a homeless orphan starving and freezing to death on the street was pure luck. Pure chance. Terrifying realization as a child.

    Your version is so much happier and calming. Also demonstrates the open and selfless love that animals give people. The kitty led the Little Match Girl towards something warm fuzzy happiness, even though it was humble. It keeps the original "appreciate what you have," while toning down the cold Victorian classicism and bleakness. Sometimes that is need, especially now when we are returning to that age.

    Love your work.

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