Even when he panics, Ford is creative. Loved that he had no issues with this particular event taking place in front of Gavin. And that he nearly destroyed a window with a paint scraper.
A long-delayed Father/Daughter chat between Gavin and Cilla. Sometimes you can convince yourself that the easy path is the best one, and while Gavin felt he made the right choice for Cilla, at the time, he’d long since realized what he lost by that choice.
And we come full circle from yesterday’s quote about Ford’s shining armor. Do you think think that this would amaze Cilla if anyone stood by her? (Though she was fortunate to find friendship AND romance with Ford.)
Beyond the humor, I like the honesty of Cilla’s question. She’s still getting used to Ford’s straightforward approach (with humor) compared to all the workarounds she faced growing up.
When I chose this quote, Ford’s condensing of Cilla’s observation made me consider this very weird time and space. Do you agree with his assessment? Have you found any good in this spring of 2020?
Cilla builds so much more than a home in Tribute. I loved that Patty and Angie made it so easy for her to find family.
I think part of the appeal of Ford for Cilla is his absolute rejection of pushing her into doing things his way. This comes after her mother approaches Cilla about a three-generation review (again) through Husband #5.
This from Ford, combined with Cilla’s reaction to Ford’s art, make up some of the most sensible life advice you can get from fiction. It’s not failing, it’s trying.
I’ll keep that in mind as we all continue to explore life in this weird new normal.
I loved Steve Chensky’s entrance to the story. Not only was he the person who really knew Cilla, he was completely relatable. Is there anyone you’d be thrilled to meet in a completely unexpected setting?
Movement as therapy is a personal favorite: working hard really clears my head. While Cilla swings a sledgehammer, I prefer to lift heavy weights. Unfortunately, with my gym closed I do less of that than I’d like right now.
What do you do to get the “ya-yas” out (for wont of a better phrase)? Especially now with so many restrictions to our regular outlets?