EDIT, June 20th, 2014: Today’s page will be pushed back to Monday. Sorry for the inconvenience. This week was just unexpectedly busy for me. Thanks for your patience!
Even OLIVIA would skip school if she had something she considered more important.
Colors by Kim Marsing, creator of Out of Key!
lil blushing basketball dork
Makes you wonder – just how developed are the inner soulworlds? Are they like – does everyone have a life of their own – as far as it can be considered life, which is in itself highly debatable – or do they exist only as long as Inside Olivia is talking to them, then disappear until the next time they meet again? That would explain how Eric just sort of disappeared. Also how John, who is a rather prominent figure in school, doesn’t even seem to register in her mind as familiar – you generally know the faces and names of those people, you know? Even if you don’t know them personally.
Or do they all lead ‘lives’ of their own – from Eric, who seems to be fast friends with Inside Olivia, but does have his own pursuits, to Ashley, who Inside Olivia doesn’t associate with at all, right down to that farmer in Australia who makes sure Inside Olivia gets fresh oranges every Tuesday and Thursday (I think they have orange farmers in Australia, anyway)?
And particularly in this instance, in a world where everything’s gone right – how far is the world controlled by Inside Olivia’s subconscious? She doesn’t want Oreo to die – so Oreo doesn’t doe. She doesn’t want anyone to stumble across them in the hall – so no one does. She doesn’t want anyone to catch them sneaking out – and no one does. Is that the way this Soul World where everything goes right works?
Everybody, do the Awkward Shuffle!
i spy hand holdage
You little blushie idiot. so cute!!
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