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"Where it ends, yo, usually depends on where it starts." But not always.

Where does the story begin and end?

Thanks, as always, to KC.

2015-2016 Russell Kyle, all rights reserved. Not to be reproduced without written consent of the author.

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Running away before Charlie and Sam get home? Well it looks like Casey is in good hands with James. I agree with Valkyrie that James is an old soul. It will be interesting to see where it goes from here. :)

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On 01/19/2015 07:17 AM, K.C. said:
Running away before Charlie and Sam get home? Well it looks like Casey is in good hands with James. I agree with Valkyrie that James is an old soul. It will be interesting to see where it goes from here. :)
Want a hint? :)

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Ok, I just read the new and improved two chapters where Casey goes to live with the Jim and Carol, thanks to James.

 

I love the way they're all bonding already. :)

 

My only question is: why is he not visiting James and vice-versa? Obviously James knows the fire caused by the camping stove he lent Casey was an accident, and he did get his bow back that he also lent him. James has been helping Casey since the fire, so why aren't they hanging out together at all?

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On 11/20/2015 04:21 AM, Lisa said:

Ok, I just read the new and improved two chapters where Casey goes to live with the Jim and Carol, thanks to James.

 

I love the way they're all bonding already. :)

 

My only question is: why is he not visiting James and vice-versa? Obviously James knows the fire caused by the camping stove he lent Casey was an accident, and he did get his bow back that he also lent him. James has been helping Casey since the fire, so why aren't they hanging out together at all?

Like I've said before, "why" isn't the most helpful question most of the time, but trauma does things to people. What we would decide when we're healthy isn't always what we'd decide when we're not. Glad you liked it.

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