Date: March 03, 2020 09:08 am Title: Chapter 1
I’m finally getting a chance to read this and oh, how I wish this was how Season 3 actually went! I really like Karen and this would have been a much better role for her. This was wonderfully written and I enjoyed it very much!
Author's Response: It’s so nice to hear you enjoyed it. Canon-Karen was not my favorite, but boy do I love her as a friend in fic. Thanks so much for taking the time to review!
Date: January 27, 2020 08:40 pm Title: Chapter 1
Ahhhhhh!!! Fantastic update! The pinky on the hand... So.Much.Swooning.
I hope the next update comes soon! I love it!
Author's Response: Thanks! Hopefully it won’t take me as long as last time to get the update up!
Date: November 25, 2019 07:53 pm Title: Chapter 1
Oh BOY am I ready for this!!! I don't think I've ever seen "Pam and Jim work in Stamford together" and I love that you put a time table on the position.
"Bring our boy back."
Can't wait to read more of this!
Author's Response: Thanks Agian! I think I’ve read a couple of twists on The Merger where Pam (& others) end up in Stamford, but I’m hoping this is a bit of a unique take - particularly the idea of Pam putting herself in the situation...
Date: November 23, 2019 07:12 am Title: Chapter 1
This is so great! More please. What an original story! And the metaphor is excellent. I can't wait to see what comes next.
Author's Response: Thanks Sprinkles! It’s nice to hear you like the idea, & the metaphor - I’m not sure how long it’ll end up being just yet so hopefully it doesn’t wear too thin 😂
Date: November 22, 2019 06:01 pm Title: Chapter 1
Ok, so wow. This looks to be really good. You've really got a knack for coming up with these unique ideas and also different metaphors to describe them and this is proving to be no exception.
I do like the dichotomy between Jim and Pam here. They're both lost, but in different ways. Jim clinging to the one thing that can ground him, even if it goes against most of what he used to be like. Pam and her almost aimless drifting. I do like that she has the wherewithal to realize what her old relationship with Roy was and what a relationship with Jim could be. Great introspection on both their parts.
Then of course there's Micheal. I love Sincere Micheal here. Usually when he has a moment like this it pays off well. I get the feeling that this is one of those moments. I loved that he's held Jim's position open. The "go get our boy," is telling. He really considers DM Scranton his family and that shows here nicely.
Can't wait to see where this one goes.
Author's Response: Thank you, Warrior. You’ve really made my day here, mostly because I know you give frank (cushioned in kind) and constructive feedback to literally everything. It means a lot to have you say that this idea/metaphor isn’t completely ridiculous.