|Reviews for Reminiscence|
| Guest chapter 1 . 9/8
Oh my gosh I might cry (sobs) this is so good.
| fraidykat chapter 1 . 7/4
Thank you I was just looking through many different writer's favorite stories and just grabbing a story and saving it and then keep on looking until I found this story. Just a one shot and not all that long but it was meaningful and he made me happy sad on how we lose ourselves to life. Thank you I will read more of your work tomorrow and on other days. My Hobbs disappeared many years ago and wasn't named Hobbs, he, she disappeared when we moved when I was 8. I don't remember what that teddy bear's name was now but I still remember how it looked and made me feel safe at night. Thank you for that memory.
| Jaeger Warswrath chapter 1 . 6/6
SHUT UP I’M NOT CRYING THERES JUST SOMETHING IN MY EYE!
| MadKing of Madness chapter 1 . 5/16
Huh... I know I wasn’t crying 5 minutes ago...
| AilingStar chapter 1 . 3/3
I love this story.
Characterization is brilliant, good explanation of what happened in the comics... Really, the only difference I would make is that I'd have Miriam's name be much more meaningful.
| Anansii chapter 1 . 11/10/2017
Awwww... Thank you for this!
| Riothamus chapter 1 . 11/6/2017
I've read this story several times and I love it more and more. I have a four year old now and it hasn't quite come up yet for her to have a favorite buddy. But I'll just have to remember my youth and believe :)
| Mystogan814 chapter 1 . 11/5/2017
Goddamnit, I did not receive permission for this feels trip T_T. Jokes aside, this was a beautiful story. It was very well written and described growing up very well. Indeed, as we grow older, and become "adults," we lose something along the way. As children, we believe we can do anything and be anything we want to be, but as adults, reality drags us down and makes us jaded and cynical. Some adults don't lose that spark and are able to do amazing things, but most of us just give up and become mediocre people. To retain this spark of innocence is difficult, but to regain it as Calvin did in this story is an even greater challenge, especially after experiencing such a tragedy. Thank you for writing such a wonderful story.
| Murdock Rane chapter 1 . 11/5/2017
| EmPro8 chapter 1 . 11/5/2017
Oh wow I liked this a lot
| Ryoji Mochizuki chapter 1 . 10/16/2017
...so very very touching.
| Lyrista chapter 1 . 9/19/2017
When I first saw this story, I wonder how a mere 2.5k word fic could get over 700 reviews.
Then I finished reading the story and said, "Oh, that's why."
That tugged on the ol heartstrings...
| cyberlore13 chapter 1 . 9/9/2017
Hi. Considering this story is almost exactly 13 years old, I guess you might be surprised to get a review on it but, I had to write. I don't review a lot, even though I'm always reading stories on this site but, your short little story brought me to tears, both happy and sad. I came across the story while I was looking through people's favorites and happened to click it because I love Calvin and Hobbes and it was a huge part of my 'growing up' years. I was sad when Calvin outgrew Hobbes, in the story, but loved your character updates and memories. It was fun to think of them older and adult. The accident was heart breaking but the ability to gain back some of that childhood magic was beautiful. Thank you so much for reminding me of that magic. Even through the tears, I really loved your story. Thank you for sharing.
| A Bookworm chapter 1 . 8/8/2017
| robby chapter 1 . 6/25/2017
*sniffle* best story ever.