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  1. Alyssa says:

    You matter, and you matter to me. And we will continue to change this world for the better as we have been doing our entire lives. We are the superheros for those who don’t have a voice or are too fearful to speak up. (Nevertheless she & he persisted).

  2. Kate Harnett says:

    Thank you for sharing your feeling, thoughts, intelligence and wit so generously. Some posts back, I was so happy to read that you’re working on a book – part of that was selfish, because it’s such a relief not kind of dread having to be polite about what someone has written. I eagerly look forward to whatever you write.

    I was stunned and furious that you were bullied, and I am so sorry you suffered through that. You did good work to transform that pain into positives. Creating your own a good “alternate universe” through the comics you love was a powerful decision.

    Small wonder you’re lonely. You’re a stranger in a strange land, and also constrained in many ways from seeking kindred spirits. Your fiancé’s job brings you in contact with lots of people, but makes it tough for you to lounge around in your emotional sweats – you have to maintain those company manners an awful lot of the time. And working from home is idyllic only part of the time. The current political situation, and the spirit that brought us here, is almost crushing. (I’m not channeling Pollyanna today.)

    P.S. I didn’t check my grammar or spelling, so please don’t tell my oldest sister about any errors I’ve made.

    • Dan says:

      I appreciate the feedback, Kate. Maybe that’s another reason why I love Superman. A stranger in a strange land is one of his defining characteristics. Thanks for the kind words. The novel will happen – the goal is to have it complete by the end of 2018.

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