Date: 20 Feb 2014 9:39 pm Title: Postcard 3 - Matty
Er. No, I am NOT following them! Really, I'm suprised at Plato, I thought that song was rather bawdy for his tastes! But Matty...oh, dear, oh, dear, oh, dear...SOMEONE SLAP MATTY! LOL at the umbrella! What strikes ME as being very funny is that I'm supposed to be doing my piano practice right now, but as the end of my time loomed, I broke off to play my favourite two pieces - both jazz! What WOULD Plato say?
Date: 28 Mar 2012 12:05 pm Title: Postcard 1 - Part of a journey
I enjoy this and T&M so much that I was most sad to see that you're thinking of discontinuing T&M. Please don't cause me to have withdrawal symptoms! I particularly love your Dennys, and it's good to see them centre stage for once and having a bit of romance.
Date: 26 Mar 2012 10:59 am Title: Postcard 1 - Part of a journey
I agree entirely with shesings - I'd be very disappointed not to see more of this!
Date: 24 Mar 2012 6:16 pm Title: The Morning After The Night Before
Such a nice happy ending. Glad Evelyn had a good holiday, too.
Please do start posting T&M3 soon though! You've already roused my curiosity with random questions & i want to know what you're plotting!!!
Thanks Finn, have really enjoyed this. :-D
Date: 24 Mar 2012 3:22 pm Title: Postcard 1 - Part of a journey
Finn, I've loved this story and I'll be so disappointed if you don't continue with T&M! I don't comment all that often but it doesn't mean I am not reading and enjoying and I am sure many othere are the same.
Date: 24 Mar 2012 2:50 pm Title: The Morning After The Night Before
I have really enjoyed this series of postcards, Finn - thank you. I just love Matty's description of his headache the morning after, too! I wonder if the adults will have to remind Evelyn that it might be as well if she doesn't share *all* the information about her holiday in Paris with her schoolmates.
Date: 24 Mar 2012 12:03 pm Title: The Morning After The Night Before
This was a great addition to the T&M saga - thank you. Do hope you'll come back to it and write more. I'm sure there's a lot more to Evelyn's story, as well as Susie et al. One thing I've really liked is seeing Sarah as a real believable person - EBD only seems to remember her on odd occasions (and as we are reading in the Sally Denny Library, it's very appropriate to see more of her!)