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A quiet moment alone

August 9th, 2014, 2:01 am

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Reply EleanorA, August 9th, 2014, 2:38 am

A bittersweet moment, remembering the good feelings and the love. There is no going back, should be interesting to see which direction she chooses to move forward...

Reply Bo (Guest), August 9th, 2014, 7:50 am

Recuerdos Sip, debería tener algo con Jane en esta escapada, Sip Sip... :)

Yep, she should have something with Jane in this trip, yep yep... :)

(We follow you from Spain as well)

Reply Mel (Guest), August 9th, 2014, 10:01 am

Personally, I hope nothing intimate happens between Janey and Sarah. o.o
It's nice that Sarah is allowing herself to remember the good times but she should only allow it to help her move forward, away from the past, a little easier, instead of moving backward.

Reply josephcomics, August 14th, 2014, 10:48 am

Janey always resurfaces in Sarah's life... but then again, I've noticed that's been a common plot device in fiction, lol.

I'm sure I've said this before, but I understand one's first love is always the hardest to get over, so I can see how Sarah is now able to look past the hurt and hatred and remember the good memories she has of Janey, and I know they did have a lot of good times together; still, we do have to admit that once Stacey caused Janey's accident, her relationship with Sarah was never quite the same after that. I get a sense that both still love each other (maybe not in love), and I bet deep down Sarah probably wishes they were still together, but I can't really imagine Janey remaining 100% faithful to Sarah, and that would cause even more heartache.

I honestly never even know what to expect anymore... the way Janey keeps popping up, I almost imagine that one of these days this comic will end with Sarah and Janey putting aside their differences and living happily ever after... but that's so tired and cliche, and this comic has a bit more true-to-lifeness to it, so I kind of doubt that would happen. At the same time, I really wish we could see some kind of development between Sarah and Lucy, but again, realistically, the chances of that actually happening are pretty slim. Either way, I'm always guessing and wondering, so I'll just have to wait and see what the future holds in store for Sarah.

Like the current vacation setting, by the way. I'm American, but much of my ancestors came from Scotland, so yeah.

Reply Soob, September 23rd, 2014, 2:23 pm

I totally get how that goes. I had an argument with my ex (after we broke up - we'd still been quite amicable even up until that point) and I stopped talking to her for a year. (Not exactly hard, given she's engaged now and never initiates conversations anyway). Only recently I started talking to her again. Beautiful imagery here, and expertly paced. :-)

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