Okay, you don’t regret giving up your dream, but just where exactly is this leading? Are you going to tell Frank to give up on his dream and settle down and run the farm? Or are you going to tell him to follow his dreams?
I personally feel like it’s him telling Frank that he can stay on the farm and work or he can follow his dreams and he won’t stop loving him either way. But that’s what I’m hoping happens.
I am hoping for that too, but even if he tells Frank that, Frank might still stay out of a feeling of responsibility. It is one thing to tell your son it is okay to follow his dream and another getting him to believe it. I mean he has been putting in a lot of effort to take care of the farm since his father’s hospitalization, not sure if he can just put aside all that now to follow his dreams.
Well of course he won’t just be like “Wow thanks Pops, I’ll definitely follow my dreams now that you’ve given me the go ahead!” if that is the case. It’s not him. I feel like he should work at the farm until it’s 100% confirmed what’s going on with his dad, and then step back and really think hard about what he wants to do. Because even if he doesn’t see them now, he has options.
I swear this is not to say your story isn’t touching, but this reminds me a touch of… Harvest Moon?
(Which has brought me to tears, sooooo…)
oh my god
I feel it coming
i feel the whole thing
I feel it.
I dont know what it is, but I feel it.
That first panel… I have a question but I don’t want to seem insensitive… Is that a religious ceremony, and if so from what religion?
They wear clothes for a traditional Japanese wedding .
I wonder if a Shinto wedding actually has to take place in a shrine… Not so easy to find in New-England, is it?
I’m afraid I have no idea about the shrine. And even less about New-England since I’ve never set foot on that whole continent ^_^
Aaaww, baby Frank *squee*
the commentary is literally Harvest Moon