In our last visit to Pine Street for a while, our friends gather for a quiet recognition of the end of one year, and welcoming of the next.
Pine Street Episode 335: Christmas Eve
When Leo had stepped out of the airport, the warm, dry air felt like a blast strong enough to knock him off his feet. He had asked Franny not to meet him there; he took the bus to her neighborhood, to give himself time to acclimate to the weather and to resolve the dislocation of … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 335: Christmas Eve
Pine Street Episode 334: The chill of winter
“I see,” says Jeeves, her voice gentle as Leo fights to stop the tears. “Are you sure she doesn’t love you?” “No, no, that’s not it at all,” Leo responds. “I mean, that is it. I’m not sure. She says she loves me. Why can’t I believe her?” Jeeves rises and goes to stand at … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 334: The chill of winter
Pine Street Episode 333: The chill of winter
Leo dries off with Jeeves, who asks him questions he cannot answer.
Pine Street Episode 332: The chill of winter
Leo walks through the sloppy snow, falling in large clumps, mixed with freezing rain. This is what he does when he doesn’t know what to do: he walks. He’s worn the wrong shoes - hiking boots meant for rocks and dirt, not ice and snow. He’s worn the wrong coat - or rather, no coat … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 332: The chill of winter
Pine Street Episode 331: The chill of winter
Winter storms keep Franny away from Pine Street for Thanksgiving; she and Leo settle for a long phone call, one that brings a surprise.
Pine Street Episode 328: Autumn drifts in
Kassandra uses a lull in her workday to ponder love, friendship, and blowtorches.
Pine Street Episode 327: Autumn drifts in
Kassandra confesses to Jeeves about her growing feelings for David.
Pine Street Episode 325: Autumn drifts in
Louise shares her theory of male and female decision-making with Franny, as they ponder what comes next in their lives.
Pine Street Episode 324: Autumn drifts in
Franny and Louise meet for lunch, and consider the plans that might take them away from Pine Street.