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Review:forsakenphoenix says:
I felt conflicted in this chapter. Part of me was happy to see a little bit of the Lucy Sirius remembered from the past, to see her eating and forgetting momentarily to count calories. But then there's little comments here and there, about her thinking of what the food is doing to her waistline and it makes me sad at how her disease has ruled her life.

I liked the glimpse we got of her Muggle life, how she's adjusted and how she learned to adapt simply by watching other people. She's definitely very self-sufficient.

I wish that she was there for Harry's birth, that she didn't have to cry about the friend that she lost touch with and now has no chance to reconnect with.

I just wish Lucy was happy and healthy. I hope she can get there eventually. She's already done so well since Sirius has reappeared in her life.

Author's Response: It's really too bad that I can't have her being happier. I put her through a lot for the sake of my writing. I wanted this to be an accurate reflection of anorexia, and unfortunately that meant that thoughts about food and weight would need to consume a significant part of her time. Yet she is pretty self-sufficient as far as the Muggle life she's created for herself, and I'm glad you picked up on that.

You're right about Sirius -- his presence has helped her significantly, which is really different from what you might expect from a man who seems like an overgrown boy a good portion of the time. I like to think of it as him making the most of his time out of prison and being the friend that he never could be to her.

Thanks for your sweet review :)


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