I think there's something of a motif of freedom in the topos of the sea, period -- not just breezes, but the open horizon and the sight of ships passing that could take you anyway. I have to admit I like the seaside better when it's rainy and deserted though.
I've been really scatterbrained lately -- a lot of stuff going on that's taking me in a lot of different directions; I just forgot I hadn't commented.
Thanks for humoring me and leaving a comment (which I promptly deleted by accident while fumbling with my iPhone! Lol!)
I do like pushing Thornton to extremes - happiness, too.
Scarborough sounds like a breezy paradise compared to the daily grind of Milton/Manchester. I'd love to go there someday!
you're welcome, looking forward to more.
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By the way, you might know me from the Original AA forums or from AA Central. My username's lexie171170 on the former. ;)
Thanks for adding my Guy & Marian ficlet "Tell Me" to your Reading List. I hope you'll like the rest of my work just as much. ;)
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Just what I needed today -- balm for the tired soul. John loves Margaret, even Mrs. Thornton is being generous, and glimpse of fatherly John.... In Consequence Glad this is appearing here where it's easier to see. Love Is A Wound Fantastic use of fake German-Swiss place names! :) Taking the Piste Do you know the Shawn Colvin song, "The Story"? It's a lot darker than you appear to be -- but it makes the point that we have to keep telling the... In Consequence you should write a retro children's book and make this a jumprope or hopscotch rhyme ... My Poetry