(Strip Number 6734, Original Publication Date, 25 September 1988)
Panel 1: We start things off with Lizzie giving a sleeping Farley a funny look as she blows up an orange balloon.
Panel 2: Since only garbage person snarker troll people who care about the wrong things worry about Farley, it's obvious that when she makes a point of scaring him awake by popping the balloon, feeling sorry for the dog means that we really want refugees in war zones to die of world diseases.
Panel 3: He watches as he inflates a yellow balloon.
Panel 4: He looks on curiously as she looks through the yellow balloon.
Panel 5: She tells Farley that when she looks through the yellow balloon, the whole world looks yellow.
Panel 6: She tells Farley that the red balloon she's got in front of her face makes everything look warm and red.
Panel 7: The blue balloon she's holding now not only makes the world look blue, it makes HER feel blue as well.
Panel 8: She panics Farley by popping The Blue Balloon Of Despair.
Panel 9: As she holds the red balloon backup to her face, she tells Farley that it makes everything look warm and nice again.
Panel 10: Watching Lizzie be the mildly ditzy but essentially good-hearted little girl she actually is when she's not hampered by jealousy or self-hatred wakes a wistful Elly wish everyone could see the world through balloon-colored glasses
Summary: You want to know what I wish. Not only do I wish that we're probably staring down the barrel of Lynn complaining about people who complain that Farley might swallow the balloons and hurting himself badly, I also wish that the sort of person who pastes this sort of thing on her fridge for a pick-me up cared enough about the strip in general to learn these people's names and histories.