(#) whatkatydid 2007-03-02"That's right. Me. Mrs Stump," That was kind of Hot....
/I wanted her little unprotected neck between my hands.
/ Wahahahaha! and I would've been there willing Sheena on! Go Sheen!
Author's responseYou could have held Mjoo down for her while she beat her up. Or you could have just taken pics for the DoJ buzznet.
(#) whatkatydid 2007-03-02That totally sucked, it didn't post the other 85% of my review...
Ugh! That is SO frustrating, that took me ages, anyway, here's a stab at what I think I wrote with an added amount of what I'm going to say now.
THANK YOU for portraying such a decent side to such a real situation.
What was going through my mind as I read it was how such a small indecent mistake can put a whole life/marriage on hiatus. I liked how Sheena petitioned Patrick for him to understand, but careful to explain it wasn't his fault. And how it had to be done in a letter too, she couldn't talk to him, that's such a natural flaw.
The fact is, she did make a mistake, and small in it's nature, it had a huge impact and now she has to justify the reasons why it happened, as well as convicing Patrick that nothing else is going to happen to...
I loved it.
Author's responseThat's happened to me too. But I think back then, that was my fault. (I never read a book on HTML, ya know? Which, of course, doesn't explain my failing at pressing a simple button...)
Thank you for your kind words. I always embrace them.
- "And on one occasion, oblivious to a male plumber undressing him with his eyes."
This is my three minute laugh break for that line alone.
Once the tears subside, I'm going back in to read the rest
Author's responseYou sure know how to boost my self-esteem. Have a tissue with your initials.
(#) Amaranthea 2007-03-02I like Sheena taking things into her own hands and talking to the Mjoo woman...even if she didn't smack her around. (phooey). But then the story would have revolved around Sheena in jail, and that's just no fun. :)
Patrick and Sheena's relationship seems to pivot on a series of letters...like they both feel more comfortable saying the big, important things in writing. (Sheena's first big apology to Patrick after the Joyce thing, Patrick's love letter to Sheena, now Sheena apologizing...again...to Patrick.) Great continuity. Fits in with the world you've created around them.
Author's responseThank you for remembering all this stuff. You make me feel like it's worth continuing this story despite all my self-doubt.
(#) pinkkissypetefreak 2007-03-02aw! i have missed this fic! i haven't read it in a while! i kinda wish sheena would have gotten a little catfight action, but then that would be condoning the senseless violence of fic characters against other fic characters.. blah...anyhoo, aww! patrick! forgive her!!!!!!! :)
Author's responseI wish so too. But it just didn't work out with my mental picture of Sheena. Patrick got even with Pete so, you're right, let's settle it at that.
Thank you for the involved review!
(#) GwenMerlon 2007-03-02What? Have I been living under a rock? There were TWO chapters here that I hadn't read! Oh well...
They were both so very good and exciting, and made me want to read more... I've decided that this just needs to be your JOB, you know, updating your stories. I don't have much, but I could totally pay you in popcorn and cookies (the only thing in excess in my apt.). I loved it!
Author's responseI think that ficwad is screwing up more than usual. I have missed a couple of updates of other people as well. Let's blame ficwad, that makes the most sense.
The worse I feel about my stuff, the more cheerleading I get. :) You can pay me in updates of your story. Thank you, Gwen.
(#) pixied_secrets 2007-03-03oh sheena. she's terribly logical, and her character is so easy to love and relate to. first of all, i think the letter was an amazing way to confront him. she definitely knows her husband.
and who wouldn't be having daydreams about choking the hell out of mrs. moojs-i-can't-spell-her-name? i sure as hell would.
ahh. another refreshing update. And what is this I hear - you are having doubts about this story? i think we need an emergency AIM session, old-school style.
Author's responseI love you.
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