The relationship in the comic strip Luann between Luann and Quill is too good to last. Fiorella is steeling herself for his plane to crash into the ocean, for the whole adventure to have been an Australian reality show in which Quill was challenged to make a "Yank" fall in love with him, or for everything to have been a dream sequence, with Luann waking up as a high school freshman again.
Back on the farm in her own life, Fiorella had her first physical therapy session for kyphosis and everything looks good to go. Her neck has not been irreparably ruined by hunching over her laptop for the past several years after all, and she still retains the ability to stand up STRAIGHT, although the necessary muscles need strengthening. What a relief--her grandmother had such a bad case of kyphosis that the family said she could see around corners.
On the literary front, Fiorella's agent has suggested she write more stories set in Bosque Bend. Fiorella was at a total loss for about two days as her ever-fertile brain mulled over the challenge. Then, yesterday morning, Fio's pop-up toaster function spat out three different scenarios. Yes, your Fio seems fixated by trilogies.