Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Chapter 11, Page 23 On the upside

And the good news is...

Yeah, that really helps lighten the mood, Dad. But at least he's trying, right?

You know, when this arc is over I'm going to have to figure out what to do next. I have a bunch of idea files, but I'm starting to realize how few of them include material from my teen years. They couldn't have been that uneventful, could they?


Tenacious-K said...

Probably lots of stuff your mind has worked hard to forget. :)

Teen angst is a terrible thing, after all. I know I have a few high points and lots of low points (don't we all?) - and I had a pretty good youth.

Anyway, the adventures of twenty-somethings can be lots of fun too! Or does Mary need to regress to find fun stories?

Oh, well. She left the hat behind so I guess it's time to move on! I'll still be a fan no matter what you decide! :D

Brigid said...

@Tenacious: Oh, I'm sure I can come up with something. I just have to ask my parents. They have *much* better memories than me.

Though I suppose I could try some flashback arcs. Maybe Mom and Dad telling stories of their courtship or something. Though that one might be more appropriate around Valentine's.

Journo-SEAL said...

Poor Mary, she was scared sick.

Did the car survive? What car are they going into after the crash?

Brigid said...

@Journo: We got a new van. Almost identical to the one that I crashed, but with working A/C.

Journo-SEAL said...

@Brigid: Oh, OK. That's good to hear ^_^