This is beautifully written, even in its darkness. I can definitely see Petunia refusing to accept what was beyond her control. Great job!
Author's Response: Thank you very much for the wonderful review.
I read this a few days ago and I loved it. It's so sad and so poetic at the same time!
Author's Response: Thank you very much for the review!
Oh, how sad. I was getting quite puzzled and intrigued as I read this, unable to work out why turkey's weren't in season at Christmas, and then when you revealed all, I felt very sad for poor Petunia. I think you've captured her perfectly here because without Vernon and Dudley - who were her life because they gave her 'normality' - she would have been a wreck. *sigh*
Lovely story. ~Carole~
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. I really appreciate it. I'm really glad you think I captured her character well because she can be a tricky character. Thanks again!
What a morbid story from such an innocent looking picture!!!!!!!! I remember seeing that picture- I think you have done it great justice! :) beautifully done! I really like how you connected Petunia to not only her husband and child but also to her nephew. I just hope her madness doesn't harm her further...
Author's Response: Thank you very much for my first review. I really appreciate the feedback. As for it being morbid, I was going to do a much more innocent story of Petunia waiting for Harry and Ginny, but then I had this idea. I'm not sure what that says about my imagination, but I am very glad you liked the story.