At this point it's like slowly bleeding out. You get as much accomplished as you can before all the life leaves through the gaping wound because you're not going to be any good after.
Wow that picture of young Hannah on the wall…what big innocent eyes she had!
I'm interested in what exact sense is meant by "coming around." At first I thought "accepting the decision," which would be one thing. Many of Hannah's friends would be upset with this. Then I wondered, well, maybe they mean it in a more literal sense, as in Hannah's friends are refusing to engage with her because of this.
What's the decision?
It's all her decision you know. Ok, so not Marek's I think. Or is Hannah's mom only talking about Hannah not wanting to see/talk to people?
I've been frustrated with eve for most of this story line – given mar and hannah have been tense and could explain her explosive attitude towards her, but now I'm thinking eve has the right idea and is being supportive by giving hannah space rather than feed her bull sht.
I love how Hannas mum snaps her fingers as if she needs him to put a trace on the call
Wow, that dog is so friggin' oblivious.
I vacillate between feeling bad for Hanna and being frustrated with her. Oh, Meredith, you've created wonderfully multidimensional characters, and now it feels like real life and my friend's breakups. Oh dear.
On an unrelated note, I love that dog so much. Look at that sweet puppy face!
I was wondering if Hanna was baking more than usual. Sometimes work helps the weary hearts, I Guess.
Oh man, how could I forget about that dog
I think that 'It's all her decision' applies to Hanna's overall aversion to change. Meanwhile, almost everyone else is taking the next step in their own lives. Inevitably, this lead to Marek and Hanna breaking up, and Hanna's friends growing distant from her. Things are changing in a bad way for her because she herself refused to change. She tried too hard to cling to the way things were, and that only served to make her lose those things faster. I checked back to strip #629. Marek mentioning Hanna's stuff 'really taking off', when compared to this strip, makes a lot of sense. Baking and Eve are all Hanna has left.
i adore the second panel. the way she snaps for him is so human and perfect. just really on-point detail
Totally agree, Gee, a prefect touch. I totally remember my mom doing this when my older brother phoned, and I can almost feel her doing it when I call.
I didnt'r post it the 1st time I saw it, but I really like that dog and how is drawn :D!
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