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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