Shauna is a compassionate but naive teenager who thought she could reform Blossom if she befriended her. She saw that a Blossom was someone who had been bullied or ignored by the other kids, and thought that was the cause of her antisocial behavior.
Whether she was correct or not, her efforts weren’t enough. But she meant well. Lottie saw only that Blossom was still a thug, and made an ultimatum that she never should have made.
That’s what I thought too.
I think Lottie values her friendships, especially the one with Shauna, which she’s had since she started school. But she may have a hard time admitting she’s in the wrong.
Don’t give him any ideas.
That’s a beautiful cat.
I didn’t realize this was late 1919 instead of 2019.
That’s a good attitude to have.
I’ve never heard that one before!
I’m so glad to hear things are going better for you now, and that you got out of that awful place! I’m pretty sure I’m autistic too, though not formally diagnosed at this point.