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The approach Fay and Luann came up with sounds good – and should be relatively non-threatening, from Mrs. Garcia’s standpoint. I hope it works. If not, it looks like Luann will be out of this particular job, since she hasn’t found an alternative play as directed (I know, easier said than done). But maybe, just maybe, Fay will have learned a tool that she may be able to hone and use in the future no matter what happens to Luann.
Luann and Quill have parted ways – I didn’t get the impression that Luann regards that as a “problem.”
She’s helping her talk to her mother and explain how she sees things. Not all 14-YOs need help with this, but this kid does.
Luann is handling herself very maturely here. Not everyone would have been able to resist reacting to Mrs. Garcia’s diatribe with anger or by talking behind her back, and that includes people much older than Luann. That, plus the fact that she’s found a way to turn this incident into a theater-related lesson. Way to go, Luann!
1) I hope it won’t come to that. 2) bear in mind that if the Evanses were to use profanity, it would not be without thought or good reason.
Unless she’s a single mother who also has to pay the bills… in which case Fay attends public school and Mom drives the teachers to distraction.
I think all she knows is that Axel is a boy (shudder) in whom Fay has expressed some interest.
We never found out how long Toni’s brother left Shannon with Toni and Brad the last time he had a last-minute out-of-town opportunity. ;). But yes, most arcs are resolved eventually.
Wow, a Luann fan from India! Have you been following Luann for long?
That was my first thought too. Of course Luann wants to help Fay succeed in her stage aspirations – and in building her self-confidence – but Fay’s mother’s need for control may make that impossible.