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|elci525||Jan 18 2013, 02:19 PM|
Yeah, she was - but I took it more as a very honest, ehm, warning? Or reality check. I don't think anyone in the situation thinks Sami is an innocent victim of Will's judgement - I think she would agree it's deserved. But that is the gorgeous thing about this story, and I think I am feeling this more and more now that I am no longer a middle-schooler or young-twenty something. Sami and Lucas, mehopes, can have very real conversations with their son about the regrets they have and lessons they've learned through the teenage pregnancies and custody battles, that Will just cannot know because he does not have that perspective, and to an extent probably doesn't appreciate what it means that his parents were so young when this all happened. I get that Will's perspective is valid too. But his parents can speak to him on a very honest level about what a decision like this can mean. It is heart-wrenching and beautiful.
The ironic pay-back is kinda sweet though.
AS was annoying me a little with her performance in the beginning, the way her face stretches like that and jaw gets clenched when she wants to convey anger. But by the end I was near tears as well. Both the Lucas and Sami Will convos (if I am not getting one together, at least I do get one from each parent) have been brilliant. My Lumi loving heart is melting all over the place.
Edited by elci525, Jan 18 2013, 02:25 PM.
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