Comments from pcarval
|2012-06-26 15:55:49||Swinging in the Neighborhood Chapter 26 Two Hearts no Longer Beat as One||Swing with your partner and life can be good. 'Swing' without and really that's 'virtual' adultery! Without your partner you are turning your back to them -- seems you have 'turned your back' with Cathy? The result is then a very likely big 'ZERO'|
|2012-06-28 11:56:48||A Game of Inches - Part Nine||Broke my heart when Courtney died - I was very fond of that girl. Alexis, I'm not very sure about, bit cold, career type; but maybe she's has also a sad history with a lot of hurt? A real big 'let down' with (say) a fiancee would make her stand back & be cautious? Great stories - don't even think of stopping!!!|
|2012-06-30 08:17:54||Swinging in the neighborhood Chapter 27 Sherri Becomes an Disappointment||Hi 'Old63' -- Sadly you only borrow your kids for 'a time' then they fly the nest - Sadly also, no matter what way you try to show them life's pitfalls, they only really learn through their own mistakes; but you have to let them go, otherwise you don't get them back!
Walleyeguyi - your story will NEVER disappoint your readers
|2012-07-03 11:35:15||A Game of Inches - Part Ten||Rhiannon57 - Don't change a thing you are doing; write when you can find the time. Forget elaborate proof readings etc - Professional writers have a team (literally!) of editors! Forgive Jenny - surely there's a reason behind her actions? More than one of us have cruised into those blind alleys!|
|2012-07-11 11:24:27||Swinging in the Neighborhood Chapter 28 The Daughter War Begins||Sgt J... Learning the 'art of war' creates a situation where you are not obliged to 'turn the other cheek'. Only you can tell me if this creates a weakness as a civilian where you are obliged to 'turn the other cheek'? I was never in the military but I know the misery of loneliness. I know the dejection of rejection. I know the breaking heart - a child who would not listen. I have the still broken heart even after so much mouthed forgiveness. I used every ploy I could find to paste paper over those cracks.
Nobody sees them now, but I was a fool to think I could repair with paper when a full re-build MAY have been the answer.
Your story resonates with the feelings held within me. I hope you were able to lean on Kay's shoulder, I had nowhere but the supposed solace drained from a bottle. What a fool eh? I am dry now but with such sad memories; all the high points that I should have been able to enjoy obliterated by failure to understand one child. I know I will take this to my grave.