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NOTES FROM OTHERS:

Fred2/8/0822:18
Oh, dude, that's just freaky.
SHO!2/8/0822:23
I LOVE that in the first two image panels, both women have on Mom Jeans! BWAHAHAHA!
Hiho/Anna2/11/0814:19
That's certainly an interesting dream. Though I don't often enjoy dream sequences. *shrug*
Cog31252/18/0820:11
I'm just catching up on the story now, so this is about 0143 with Meri Lin's dream of Amanda growing up ending with her saying now Meri Lin had to babysit her baby.

This made me laugh because of how often parents use the mock-threat "when you grow up, I hope you have a kid JUST LIKE YOU." Poor Meri Lin must feel like telling Amanda "Don't you dare!"

M. Lee2/24/080:29
sweet heseuss, talk about a brain fracture XD Ivy Jr., there's a strange concept.
Bill4/8/2113:34
Ah, the old prophetic dream trope.

I guess you just couldn't hold it in any longer and had to draw her teenage form (yes, I know that's a thing when you're writing and you have to start the story when they're kids)

swankivy
I don't think it counts as a "prophetic dream trope" if literally nothing in this dream ever happens. Meri Lin isn't a prophet and nothing she dreams in this comic comes true.

The tone of this comment is really odd. I'm not sure why you sometimes talk like this as if you know something was going on in my intentions or in the story even though it's unrecognizable to me.

I don't "have to start the story" anywhere. I'm not trapped by the narrative into doing anything I don't want to do.

That also isn't what she looks like when she's older for a pretty important reason. I'm not sure what you think you've figured out about this story but you're not describing any process I recognize.

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