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Now that she knows, she feels relief more than anything. Naturally, she still worries: the consequences of her daughter's calling are too terrible for her not to, but mostly, she's relieved to know there's a reason for her child's failing grades and apparent waywardness. She may not like it, but at least she can understand it, and be as supportive as she can.

She puts the knife away, picks up the sandwiches she's made, and heads for the door. 'One girl in all the world' Buffy may be, but as far as her mother's concerned, she still needs looking after.


In other news: today's felicitations go to girlwithjournal, who hasn't updated in a while, but hopefully is still around in LJ-land somewhere.


Mar. 17th, 2005 08:44 pm (UTC)
I thought it was a very good "mom" voice, and that is how I always see her. What were you wanting?
Mar. 17th, 2005 08:52 pm (UTC)
Not sure...I wanted to bring a touch of levity in there, but I alreadyhad too many words, and couldn't decide on any to take out and try again.

Usually, whenever I drabble, I write it in 2, 3 minutes flat. Joyce, for some reason, took most of the day to complete.
Mar. 17th, 2005 10:35 pm (UTC)
Drabbles usually are pretty quick to write, and if they take longer you've had to think about them too much and they don't feel right.
Mar. 17th, 2005 09:01 pm (UTC)
Also, when I picture the scene, it takes place in the kitchen. Joyce is standing at the island/breakfast bar, making sandwiches to take to Buffy who's out on patrol. But I haven't actually made that clear enough in the text..
Mar. 17th, 2005 10:35 pm (UTC)
I saw that when I read it. Maybe you're over thinking it.
Mar. 18th, 2005 07:43 am (UTC)
Well -- if that's the sense you got from it, then I think you're right and I am over thinking it -- I'll leave it as is.