Because sometimes, keeping secrets is fun. XD
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They're such a pair of cuties <3
Meanwhile Jessica is having some breakfast, and has a look of 'same old, same old' on her face
@00Stevo: Actually ... I think I recognize that look; "where the hell is my cup of coffee?" I see it in the mirror a lot!
It's scenes like these that makes Jessica one of my favorite characters.
It warms my heart to see these to in love. Makes me think there is hope for me still. I was in great pain last night after putting on my estradiol patches on. A friend sent me this YouTube link to this great song that helped. As I listen to it over and over the pain faded away. :P
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I agree with Emily, I hope her mother never gets back so that she can stay with Rain longer :3
Fun, cute, but also, sometimes dangerous.
They're in the same room as two people who would definitely support them, and could reliably stay silent, with the only possible consequence being a teasing remark or two, which they're likely to get even without telling.
Fara's probably likely to figure it out on her own, and will be there supporting them as always, but it'd be easier to just tell her, since the risk isn't the same with her as it is with Rain's friends. (The risk there having been discussed in previous pages.)
If they told her now, and something DID go wrong, she could give much better support than if something goes wrong and only after it goes wrong do they tell her.
Emily so cute with that eye roll when saying under her breath 'hopefully never'
Minor side note, Lynn: that bandage on Jessica's forehead? It's a new feature on an already-well-established character, it's extra work to draw, it's tiny... exactly the sort of thing I've seen webcomic artists forget about dozens of times. Good on you for not forgetting it.