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Date Posted: 09:46:16 09/22/14 Mon
Author: conmama
Subject: I'm finding that the unexpected is what I'm starting to enjoy. Many of us have read Outlander so often that we know things by heart. But it's sort of fun now...to sit and watch the series knowing that they are being true to the books...and seeing things "for the first time". Jamie's POV at the wedding is an example...I LOVED that. I didn't really realize how that is making it just a wee more fun each week. Of sure, I don't like it when some of my most favorite things are absent, but having the NEW things happen sort of makes up for it.
In reply to: Kim G 's message, "Well, my reaction was not what I was expecting...>>>>" on 09:08:42 09/22/14 Mon

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