Date: August 09, 2007 07:06 pm Title: No Regrets
This was a lovely little story, sorry for the crappy little reviews. I'm glad they didn't go through with the wedding because I think they can do better than a Vegas wedding, after all the waiting they've done. (Loved Jim's line about that).
Everything you write (that I've read at least) is just so lovely and wonderful...I don't know how you do it.
Date: July 27, 2007 03:36 pm Title: No Regrets
Aww, so they didn't technically get married. I guess I can forgive you.
I don't like boxes of chocolate simply because I wouldn't like 90% of them. Strange, since I love chocolate. But not the chocolate they put in those things.
Those two (sex) crazy kids hehe. I call them both kids even though they are older than me.
Date: July 27, 2007 03:33 pm Title: Souvenirs
I love the word cacophony... so fun to say.
"Hell, what didn't he love about her, if he was being honest with himself?"
What don't I love about Jim: Hes Fictional. What don't I love about John: Hes unavailable.
Hmm... add in overqualified, and he is Jack Bauer hehe
:O. I almost was going to say something when Las Vegas first came up... like haha getting married. But I didn't. And.... :O.
Date: July 27, 2007 03:29 pm Title: Casino Night Redux
"clearly wondering why she hadn't moved"
So my brain (if not evident by all my other reviews) is clearly broken. So, when I read this, I thought of For Whom The Bell Tolls. And how the earth moved when they had sex in it and such. No idea how that connection came about, but, yes, it is a strange one indeed.
(here I thought I was in a somewhat normal mood to be reviewing... apparently, not the case).
Normal review part:
She nodded, her eyes dark with emotion. “In more ways than one, as I recall.”
(see how I am able to be normal for a whole two words)
Date: July 27, 2007 03:24 pm Title: Lazy River: Scranton Style
Since I am weird, when I read about the membership card I thought of Red Cross. It is totally unrelated, but was a weird little break in my mind. (so of course, when i am dealing with RC in the fall, I will get a RC card and think of Jim and Pam and Mile High Club.... yeah, that won't be strange at all)
Pam sure is .... brazen. yes, stealing your word. i totally admit these are making me blush all colors of red. (yeah that doesn't really make sense)
Date: July 27, 2007 03:18 pm Title: Waitress in the Sky
I love being in the window seat. I always want to take pictures of the cool clouds that you can see. I love it when it is like a bed of clouds. I really want to just jump and play on them. And I love the image of Jim trying to fly and his long legs out in the aisle.
And, yeah, that mile high club thing... having just been in a airplane bathroom, i didn't even want to go to the bathroom in it, much less anything else. it just seems icky.
Of course they find a less icky way to do it. Which, I am still with Jim on the public embarrassment form.
Date: July 27, 2007 03:13 pm Title: Fear and Loathing in Scranton
This is longer, but still not very long... and that really sounds like a twss statement.
Ah, Jim is so horrible. Seeing Pam have a horrible day and forcing her to go to Vegas... shesh. He just is so mean. :D
Date: July 27, 2007 03:06 pm Title: More Satisfying Than Snickers
Snickers? I don't know... Snickers are like, awesomely great. (yesterday, my friend questioned me on this.... she asked me to rate candy preferences and prices.... it didn't seem that strange at the time)
Whoa, these are short. Haha, I hadn't wanted to read them cause I was expecting something LONG (because its you), and so I can read these faster than I thought
"one hand in his pocket, the other one resting against the top of the vending machine as he leaned near the glass trying to make a snack decision."
Ah, lanky Jim. is it wrong that that is the part I am focusing on?
Date: July 24, 2007 08:25 pm Title: No Regrets
When reading this chap. I imagined this elaborate crossover between Office and the wonderfully dramatic and over-edited Hell's Kitchen ( a show on Fox where the winner gets a restaurant in Red Rock Resort). Dwight and Ramsay would have a face off.....it would be awesome. And Michael would make everyone call him chef. So many possibilities.
Author's Response: LOL - that would be awesome! (I'm a HK fan, too.) Maybe you've stumbled upon YOUR fanfic challenge?? :-)
Date: July 24, 2007 07:49 pm Title: No Regrets
Wow, my teeth kinda hurt from that one. So sweet. I really liked that you twisted the ending. Pam deserves to have her parents there. Not Michael, but at least her parents. Thank you for not ending this with them winning a million dollars, getting married and Pam announcing her pregnancy on the flight home. Again, that is why you are the master.
Author's Response: Yeah, I couldn't help but think at the last moment that Pam would want more. Maybe not the hoopla of the kind of wedding she'd planned with Roy, but still a little better than a drive-thru wedding chapel. So glad you liked it! Thanks for reviewing.
Date: July 24, 2007 07:28 pm Title: No Regrets
Awwww....so sweet. I loved this. I guess they couldn't get married without their parents present and of course, Michael. Hee. Those two are just too adorkable. Thanks for writing this lovely story, Mox. You did the quotation justice!
Author's Response: thanks, EH - I did try to honor the spirit of the quote! :-)
Date: July 24, 2007 06:20 pm Title: No Regrets
Aww...how fun that they didn't go through with the wedding but were able to start to plan it out together on the way home. Also...the last four lines are beyond awesome!
Thanks - now there's a plane I'd like to be on, hmm?
Date: July 24, 2007 06:16 pm Title: No Regrets
OK, I love their souvenir of Vegas. Not quite as showy as the dice clock, but still pretty cool.
And of course, Roy, the big oaf screwed up the marriage license part.
Pam & Jim aren't just engaged, they're more than that.
Author's Response: hee hee - so very true. And personally, I'd like to see some more of that "more than that".....