Date: May 03, 2020 03:34 pm Title: And the world turned
"The crazy lady, holding the tiny, crumpling picture in her fist, with the tepid lake water now soaking through her shorts and up the hem of her shirt." I had a lump in my throat for this WHOLE scene. It's just too heartbreaking and I completely see it. I love how you write Breakdown Pam. So well-done.
And that ending. THAT ENDING! that ending. You keep giving us these moments that ARE canon; there's no sense in anyone denying it. Such a perfect take on how this MUST have happened.
Date: October 09, 2019 04:07 am Title: And the world turned
I think one of the main reasons why the Jim and Pam story resonates so much with so many people is because of the journey they went through. It's not a simple guy meets girl kind of tale. They really had to work for it to get to be together. This story does that justice in a very real kind of way.
I was kind of sad that she threw away the picture. It was clearly something that meant a lot. At the same time that where she was at the time. Lost and hurting, so it makes sense she'd try to get rid of some of that hurt.
The next scenes in their bedroom and at Niagara are just all sorts of sweet. Jim is at his best here. Taking care of her as he always (mostly) has. It's all very sweet.
Another great story AG.