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  1. 2 days ago on Luann

    I don’t recall that Bern lost interest in Piro. She only said to Luann that when he kissed her she didn’t feel anything like she expected. He just disappeared; I don’t believe she lacked interest.

  2. 3 days ago on Luann

    as was pointed out Piro didn’t say he had a specific message. He just asked if Bernice was OK, if she was still at Mooney and IF Luann would give her a message. He was just asking and inquiring (general small talk). Luann should have just related that. But no one is to blame.

  3. 4 days ago on Luann

    In some ways you can’t blame Bernice for her reaction; it’s like saying to someone “well i had something really important to tell you but now i don’t know what it is”; dangle obvious bait in front of someone only to snatch it away. That said, if Piro really wanted to communicate with Bernice he could have gotten her e-mail address either directly from Luann (that would be quick and easy) or a Mooney directory.

  4. 4 days ago on Luann

    Luann told Piro that she is a Virgo and has a dog. That’s not much to elaborate on (i.e. in terms of senses and feelings) but since they violated the two item rule, Piro may have also written on aspects relating to their conversation.

  5. 4 days ago on Luann

    Luann hasn’t really utilized the information that Piro gave here. She’s just writing what she wants (e.g. she wants to write about relationships). Piro said that his real name wasn’t Piro and that he was starting a new life. None of that may have anything to do with with longing or aching for someone else. There could be senses involved that have nothing to do with the kind that Luann is talking about.

  6. 4 days ago on Luann

    In writing about Piro she could introduce inner conflict by saying that he may be comfortable as a solitary person while simultaneously needing friendship and human interaction. Reaching out to others requires effort that may result in possible rejection. So it’s safer to stay alone

  7. 4 days ago on Luann

    i think fiction is fine (here) in the sense that you can’t write a truthful memoir about someone that you just met and who provided just two pieces of information. in that respect the memoir has to be fictional and yeah it’s an exercise in extrapolating which is what Luann is doing.

  8. 4 days ago on Luann

    Piro expressed concern for Bernice; he revealed that his real name is not Piro; he indicated that his life was taking a new direction. Out of all of that I did not get the sense that he was longing for intimacy and for someone to find him. Since Luann wants to be the person to provide all that she’s attempting to create that need in him. She’s writing things about someone that she hopes are true; it’s a little dicey. I don’t think Mrs Horner will read any student’s piece in front of the class but she may ask the student pairs to read each other’s papers and critique them, i.e. not for truth but for writing quality.

  9. 5 days ago on Luann

    read: “in Piro’s presence i could feel my own longing for intimacy….”

  10. 6 days ago on Luann

    Piro is busy writing about Luann. I wonder what he is putting down.