Date: November 12, 2019 07:47 pm Title: Chapter 1
But like, can you keep turning every 'pointless' idea that comes into your mind into a story? Because I will read every single one of them.
This is SO good!
Dwight has been employee of the month for 73 months. It's these little things that make me adore your writing. I also love that Pam and Angela (and Dwight) are all still friends. And the office plant! Aw Dwight.
Oh hey. How did you turn a chunk of asphalt into the most romantic anniversary gift ever? This is brilliant. You're brilliant. I'm maybe getting choked up over a piece of parking lot. All of this is normal.
This was adorable. Like I said, please keep writing anything that pops into your brain.
Author's Response: Thanks Coley!
Date: November 10, 2019 06:21 am Title: Chapter 1
This was a lovely story! I loved all the details, especially that Dwight has made himself employee of the month every month. Thank you for writing it.
Author's Response: Thanks Sprinkles! I’m glad you liked that part - can’t you just imagine Dwight honestly trying to give employee of month to someone else, but no one ever coming close to measuring up? 😂
Date: November 08, 2019 07:45 pm Title: Chapter 1
Okay first of all, I thought I was the only person who knew the song Sidewalks, so YAY! Second of all, I am *also* now crying over a chunk of asphalt. Ugh. Jenna! Don’t ever stop writing the little ideas. They are adorable and I love them.
Author's Response: It’s such a good song! It’s nice to know you get it... It’s lovely to hear you liked this little story - despite the ridiculousness of it all.
Date: November 08, 2019 05:49 pm Title: Chapter 1
This was actually quite lovely. There were a lot of very interesting times to be had in that parking lot. A lot of hard times to be sure, but like you mentioned, one of their biggest moments of healing as well. I love that they still have a relationship with Dwight and Angela. Lots of fun to see how things have panned out for them. Great little tale here. Thanks for sharing it.
Author's Response: Thanks Warrior. I’m glad you enjoyed it despite my doubts over whether or not it was worth posting. It’s nice to know it still hit the mark.