Katherine and Alex have spent the evening going over the plans of the Amanojuko base, but it’s getting late. Katherine got tired, so to relax, she and Alex started drinking wine in their living room. Katherine is getting a little self-depreciating as the alcohol takes effect and her feelings about what’s happened to her emerge. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
16 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 140: You’re In The Army Now Part 17”
Beautiful writing – expression of deep feelings. I love the illustration of the hug.
Hi, Lee, thank you!
Hi Cheryl, I’ve been away from blogging for awhile and just now catching up. This post is very touching and timeless. Your sensitivity to how it must be for so many couples struggling in the face of terminal sickness moves me to my heart.
Hi John, good to see you back, (I’ve also got some catching up to do with blogs, as I’ve just started a new job, so am cramming everything into the evening) Thank you, I’m glad this story translated properly, I had to tread delicately with this subject, and I was a bit nervous about releasing this one, more than previous stories.
Hi Cheryl! I love both drawings – very tender and intimate. And your text is so careful and small, yet epic. They are unbreakable.
Hi Richard, thank you, I love writing for Alex and Katherine, even during times like this, I’m glad you like the art too!
Awwwww! Exceptionally well presented and passionately romantic; outstanding.
Thank you! 😀
That was lovely. I’ve been reading about this pair for a while now and I think this relationship has to be my favourite in your world. You obviously have a really good handle on both personalities and backstories. Good luck with the new job, by the way 🙂
Thanks, Alison 😀
Thank you! 😀
Your write so beautifully
Thanks, I’m glad you’re enjoying the story! 😀
This one literally made me tear up.
Hi, Jennifer, thank you so much. I’m glad you’re enjoying reading. (I really like your artwork by the way) 🙂