In 1982, Marcia Liss began drawing cartoons and continued over the centuries to chronicle the life of Everywoman as perceived by a suspender-and-tie-wearing cartoon character named, coincidentally, Marcia. Deserving of a second and third look by two major syndicates, but not making the final cut at either, a few of the single panels were published by the popular magazine called....uh...hmmm...it's on the tip of my tongue, and a few four-panels made it to the pages of "Today's Chicago Woman," which named the cartoonist as one of 90 women to watch in the 90s. Nobody quite knew what they were watching for, but there you have it. From a young working mom struggling to balance work and family, to an empty nester and continuing through the present as a grandparent in "Act Three," they are all here. It is my hope that you see yourself, too, and have a giggle or two.