Date: December 14, 2011 06:29 am Title: Four years later...
Yeah, loved reading a future story with a happy normal family. It's never easy for a dad to realize his daugher is growing up and you hit it spot on for Jim. Loved how Pam was able to reasure him. So happy to see how very much in love they still are.:)
Date: December 14, 2011 04:36 am Title: Four years later...
I'm still here! How wonderful to see an update to this more_awake. Loved it, of course. Protective daddy Jim is especially hard to resist. Very cute ending. I love that Jim and Pam are still crazy for each other. Nice way to turn the tables on Cece, especially since it didn't seem forced.
Date: December 14, 2011 03:36 am Title: Four years later...
You are so welcome! I really enjoyed helping you with this! You definitely hit the nail on the head with how teenagers act. Cece seems so sweet, but she just needs some space to become her own person. It can be uncomfortable talking to parents about boys, and I think as we get older, we forget that that's what it's like to be a teenager, and you played that perfectly here. And the horror of Cece seeing her parents make out was really so funny! I so loved how Pam was able to calm Jim down, she knows just how to handle him when he gets frazzled :) I love that they're still so in love with each other after all those years have passed. I'd love to read more of these, hopefully you'll feel inspired to do that soon!
Date: December 13, 2011 08:36 pm Title: Four years later...
I'm out here, er, there... somewhere. I liked this chapter just as much as the first. Write more of them! Maybe the next one could be about Philip?
Author's Response: Thanks! :) I'm working on something about Philip right now, actually-- only not with the PDA theme. Hopefully I can finish that soonish
Date: March 30, 2011 05:35 pm Title: Consequences of PDA
Okay, so I'm just wretched at giving reviews. I did read this when it came out and I just fell in love with the whole concept. I'm not sure how many fics I've read where Cece (or JAM children) are effected by the documentary. The concept alone is refreshing. You got the Jr. High stuff down pat (and I loved the elementary teasing of PeePee Halpert). The whole thing is quite fantastic. I loved mortified Cece and Jim and Pam's reactions were great, completely in character--I liked that they weren't/aren't perfect parents, just them trying to deal with a pre-teen.
Absolutely wonderful job!!
Date: March 29, 2011 10:14 am Title: Consequences of PDA
Poor Cece! I'm with her on this one. How horrifying! I liked this glimpse into future Jim/Pam and glad that you have them still loving each other. Well done, looking forward to more! Feel free to email me any thoughts on Still Life, I'd be happy to chat about ideas with you! :-) Gotta run, vacation things to do but I loved this a lot. Hope you have more things on the way!
Author's Response: Thank you! :) I always kind of wonder what life would be like for all of them after the documentary aired. I might send you what I have so far on Still Life soon. I'm kind of at a point where I'm going, "Okay, is this a realistic conclusion or a cop-out?" Have fun on vacation!
Date: March 29, 2011 07:01 am Title: Consequences of PDA
I can see where Cece would be a little angry. I loved how they handled it. I read this one with a smile on my face.
Author's Response: Haha yes. Soon after seeing Pam's reaction to Jim's shower comment, I thought, "Oh man. If I were Cece seeing this years later, I would die." Thanks for the comment!! :)
Date: March 28, 2011 03:36 pm Title: Consequences of PDA
Awwwwwwww, poor Cece. This was very cute, and I could totally picture it. You had Jim reacting just how I'd imagine he would. :)
Author's Response: Hehe thanks :) I'm glad you thought it was in-character for him.