NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|Wow, Amanda is so cute. Oh my gawd though, my heart breaks and melts thinking about her situation. Like I wish I could take her in and raise her and make sure she never has to wake up in the dark all alone. You were right, this one is a bit of a tear jerker as well. 'Z'|
|Aw, she's so cute! Thank goodness she didn't try to fly around looking for Mennie, that didn't work so well last time. It'll be ok, Mennie will come back! (I hope!)|
Yay, she's starting to use her powers consciously. First step to control, right?
|Ah, Ivy's showing the first signs of independence, I knew she could do it. She has a distinct advantage over other children her age: her special powers. Normal toddlers are unlikely to be able to fend for themselves on the streets, but Ivy has at least a fighting chance at survival, especially as she continues to learn how to use her powers to her advantage.|
|D'aww. Is it just me or are things finally starting to look up a little for her?|
|Hmm, I think her monologue is a bit out of character. I love this character but some of the things that she considers and thinks about are matters a child would not normally think of at her age.|
I guess it could be blamed on her special powers.. But still. She is just a baby, despite the time she has been gone from home.
|I hope "Mennie" thought about what will happen, come the next time it starts to rain. Or snow? Do they get snow in that city?|
Melanie chose that balcony because it has shelter during rain. However, Winter is going to provide them both with a challenge, since as far as I can tell, they are still in NY, and there will be cold, snowy nights.
|I like this one a lot. Good for Ivy!|
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