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Just a small-town girl living in a lonely world. :)
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    Alyce
  • Age
    43
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@LittleLynn84: Hey sweety. I know it's been a long time since I've posted, but I still check in every day.

I'm sorry you're having so much stress lately. Hopefully things get better for you! Keep up t he good work, hon!

P.S. We believe in you!
@LittleLynn84: Hey hon, I haven't replied in a while, but I've been following your progress. Congratulations on each of your milestones! As always, I look very forward to your posts as well as the eventual return of Rain.
OMG OMG SRS!
@LittleLynn84: Congratulations, HON! I'm very glad to hear all is well with you. Have a swift and safe recovery!
@LittleLynn84: Ana and I share a birthday!! Of course she's a bit (24 years) younger than I am... :)
@LittleLynn84: You, young lady, are a singular talent.

I would post more, because you certainly deserve it, but unfortunately I'm coming off one of the worst days I've had in years.

Funny enough, it has nothing at all to do with gender dysphoria for a change, but rather just a mean-spirited boss who really just got out of line.

I came here to see how you were doing, and perhaps re-read a few comics because Rain nearly always makes me smile despite myself. Didn't expect to see anything new with your recovery going on, but am very happy to hear things are going so much better for you this time around.

I absolutely *love* your ideas. You inspire me in many ways. Thank you for all you do for us.

-Alyce
Alyce
February 18th, 2015
@Grenartia: I find this fascinating. I'm not gender fluid at all, though my degree of femininity (is that a word) varies greatly from day to day (sometimes moment to moment!). I would think being GF would be very difficult in a society that barely understands (and rarely accepts) transgender issues.

My own marriage is doomed eventually (my wife doesn't want to be married to a woman, despite the fact that she already is and just doesn't realize it). To hear about your relationship is a breath of fresh air. Congratulations!
Alyce
February 17th, 2015
Hey There!
@LittleLynn84: I know it's been quite a while since I've commented, but I've been lurking. :) The struggles you've been going through break my heart, hon.

I haven't been able to help out much, but I do talk about your comic often, and send people your way. My daughter has recently been talking to us about being bisexual. She's a bit young (she recently turned 14), so she's still not sure what she wants yet, but it's great to see her figure things out.

I've directed her to your webcomic, and she loves it. I just bought 2 copies of volume 2 (one for her, one for me), so I hope that helps a little.

The comic is great, and I'm loving every one! Keep up the good work, and know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
@LittleLynn84: I'm glad you're home now. I hope you start feeling better very soon, hon.
Alyce
October 10th, 2014
@LittleLynn84: This page is *so* full of win! :)

Funny enough, I didn't like Emily at first. I thought she was only being nice to Rain so she could get some sort of revenge for her "perfect" year being ruined. But she's turned out to be a really amazing person. :)
Alyce
June 27th, 2014
@LittleLynn84: Fara's a great mom. :)
@LittleLynn84: I actually thought this was an amazing ending. Don't sell yourself short. I love this story!
@LittleLynn84: Okay, well done with the subtle joke there. :) Well done indeed.
@LittleLynn84: How about, "I knew I didn't see that coming!" :)
@Quinis: Pretty sure he's getting information on the January girl for himself. He mentions in a couple of comics back that he may develop a relationship with her to get over his hangup over Rain.
@LittleLynn84: This isn't related to your drawing (which is amazing, btw. I wish I had your talent), but I wanted to let you know that you and Rain have inspired me to seek counseling for my trans issues.

Yesterday was my first appointment, and while we didn't get very far, it was still a huge step that I needed to take. A step that without you and your comic, I honestly don't think I'd have taken. But I figured if Rain can go to her first therapy session, then so can I. :)

So this is a huge thank you for helping me get the courage to do the unimaginable. Thank you so very much for you and the gift that is Rain.
Alyce
November 8th, 2013
@LittleLynn84: I'm adopted. While it's a closed adoption, I do know that I was adopted because my mom had an affair while her husband was out of the country. She could have had an abortion and kept it secret, but instead made the difficult decision to give me up for adoption. I think it's the better decision overall, but I think I'm a little biased. :)
Alyce
September 25th, 2013
@LittleLynn84: You know, I've had a really crummy past couple of weeks. My wife has had some medical issues, and we're waiting for the results of some tests to see if it's something innocuous and easy to treat, or if it's the big "C" word (cancer).

Anyway, the point is, I've really needed a smile lately, and this comic outright passed up "smile" and sent me into a fit of giggles. THANK YOU!
Alyce
September 4th, 2013
@LittleLynn84: I'm glad you left it. Not only is it Rudy being Rudy, but it gives them an out to still be friends in all of this, which is very important.
Alyce
August 30th, 2013
@LittleLynn84: *wince* Yikes! This doesn't bode well. I said before that I believed Rain was right in opening this communication. The problem is she isn't allowing him to answer her. It's good that she's telling him what worries her, but she shouldn't have let it boil over like this. Hopefully he will understand and be able to explain...
Alyce
August 28th, 2013
@LittleLynn84: I'm a firm believer in open communication being a foundation for success in any relationship. Yes, Rain *should* bring it up because it bothered her, and Rudy should know she has concerns. It gives him the ability to respond to those concerns and set her mind at ease.

I have found that in the absence of such communications, a person tends to assume the worst. I have also noted that assuming the worst causes many more problems.