Date: November 13, 2020 08:44 am Title: Chapter 1
This is absolutely adorable and beautifully written, my teeth may actually fall out due the quality and quantity of sweet fluff in this piece!
I love how you've called back to some of their moments and just their reactions - so very, very accurate.
This series could go on and and on as far as I'm concerned. I love the whole "Jamie and Morgan" series anyway, this is one of my favourite moments. More please!
Author's Response: Awww, thank you grc. I'm glad you liked this one so much. This was fun to write. Whenever I watch that scene I couldn't help but think what was going through Pam's mind. So why not write it out?
Date: October 12, 2020 11:43 am Title: Chapter 1
I like this version of the card - not so much a DECLARATION OF FEELINGS as it is an explanation of the role that Pam plays in his life.
In general, I just think this is a great concept - I love that we're getting to see them experiencing all this together and how they react. And this seems very in character - Jim teasing her about checking him out in Basketball is great. And the meta references are perfect.
Author's Response: Thank you for yet another review for my older stories. I'm very grateful for them and to hear your thoughts. Glad you liked the card. I was trying to toe the line between something that Jim would have written for her in S2, but still was how he felt in S9. I'm glad it came across well for you. I had a lot of fun having them watch the movie together. I'm glad you enjoyed it too.
Date: May 20, 2020 08:59 am Title: Chapter 1
Aw this is such a sweet oneshot. How does this only have one review?! It was so lovely to read and see the emotions playing out through both of them as they watched the movie together.
Author's Response: Thanks beth. I'm very glad you like this one. It was fun to put together.
Date: June 27, 2019 02:10 pm Title: Chapter 1
I did not expect to be attacked by so many JAM feelings this early in the morning... This was a lovely balance of fluff and fluff. As always, I love the little details you include, i.e. the spelling of Pam’s name. Way to fix that little hiccup.
It was great to see them rewatch it together at home, with the discussion of different highlights. I always enjoy seeing a version of the teapot letter, and this was no exception. Although, I don’t quite see Jim being that articulate with his feelings that early on. That’s the beauty of the cast never telling us what was in there though, we really don’t have any idea so it’s super open for interpretation.
I like this writing cycle that you’re on! The more one shots & Silver Wings the merrier!
Author's Response: Thanks Jenna. The wording of the letter comes out of my earlier story "This Thing Called Life," where Jim had already gone through some rough drafts and enlisted the help of his sister before settling on the final outcome. Also in this timeline Jim had known Pam (at Dunder-Mifflin at least) for a few years by the time he wrote the note.
I'm glad you liked it. For me it's a lot of fun to find the little things and work them into fics.