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Achilles Heel

Achilles Heel

by Alamino
Following a traumatic childhood, Simon was forced to move in with his aunt in the big city. But he never forgot the first person he loved back in his home city. After much therapy he returns to the city he was raised in, looking for the person who took him in when no one else would. Finding them was not the hard part though. The hard part, is they don't know who he is.

*****Crossover with: Someday
******Follows the events of: I'm sorry Simon
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Achilles Heel

Following a traumatic childhood, Simon was forced to move in with his aunt in the big city. But he never forgot the first person he loved back in his home city. After much therapy he returns to the city he was raised in, looking for the person who took him in when no one else would. Finding them was not the hard part though. The hard part, is they don't know who he is.

*****Crossover with: Someday
******Follows the events of: I'm sorry Simon

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Erstina
13 hours ago
Looking forward for more
Alamino
August 14th, 2018
@summerstorm: Simon nailed it! haha

@Jeanettert: XD yup!
summerstorm
August 14th, 2018
Smooth Simon. Really, such a graceful landing
Jeanettert
August 8th, 2018
Ha! Busted!
Alamino
August 7th, 2018
@Jeanettert: Hope the next page makes it make sense ;D
Jeanettert
August 2nd, 2018
What happened?!
Alamino
July 31st, 2018
@JaceArchyr: Over thinking leads to unwanted stress >_>
JaceArchyr
July 27th, 2018
Oh sweet boy, I too over think everything. ;-; ❤️❤️❤️
M-24
July 3rd, 2018
Mel is MVP lol
n-g-e
July 3rd, 2018
Mel is the wisest
IronDog
July 3rd, 2018
Mel is surprising everyone, I feel.
Alamino
June 20th, 2018
I missed my update 'date' because I'm so busy,
so I'm doing an update and run today
Alamino
June 18th, 2018
@M-24: I hope it'll be bit explained in the next few pages ;)

@tksocrazy: Awe, well it's all in your nature and views... But when action happens you never know what you'll actually do in that original adrenaline rush. Though bad relations with parent(s) is hard...
Alamino
June 18th, 2018
@tksocrazy: Oh wow, I can see where your analysis comes from then. I do hope this got better... at least to the point where you don't black out anymore.
(and dang! Guinness. That must have been one terrible hangover after that...)
tksocrazy
June 13th, 2018
@Alamino: For a year in a half, on the first of every month, I'd get absolutely trashed beyond human comprehension on guinness. Granted that wouldn't of made me fall into the category of being a full blown alcoholic, but I'd make sure to drink to the point of where I'd hit the threshold of blacking out, which would sometimes lead to me waking up in some rather strange places. Hell, I've even woken up in entirely different countries before. Would call those times my 'drunken escapades adventures', because I could never remember, even in the slightest, of how I got there in the first place.
tksocrazy
June 13th, 2018
Not everyone wants to play the hero and save one or both of their parents, when those said parents were nothing short of awful toward them. I sure as hell know that if my father were still alive and I had come across him in a situation like that, I'd simply leave him be, and let karma do his bidding for him. Like they say, fate is a cruel mistress, and certainly does not like to be altered in any shape or form, just like mother nature.
M-24
June 12th, 2018
I honestly don't understand why anyone would be genuinely mad in that situation...confused and conflicted yes, but what is there to be mad about?
Alamino
June 12th, 2018
@tksocrazy: Actually, that's a really good analysis of the situation and Lewis over all. I'd be surprised if you didn't have some knowledge in psychology or experience yourself with how well you phrased that.
Alamino
June 12th, 2018
@deee45: Thank you! That makes me feel better about this page
deee45
June 5th, 2018
It's a good page! Love the interactions! They seem like family.