janine and jerry are long broken up by this point but they are co head counselors of a day camp. jerry is a real jerk to her and makes her feel like everything she does is wrong. this is because jerry still has feelings for janine and janine does not return this feelings. so janine tells him off.
"You may not believe this, but I was good at acting evil."--Karen Brewer
Okay, finally finished this one so as promised, arnell, here is what Janine said to Jerry. They started arguing with Janine standing up for MA against Cokie and telling Jerry that he had made an unreasonable and unfair statement to her, stuff like that. Jerry started in a few minutes later and Cokie told him to “stuff it.” He says, “look what you started,” to Janine, she looks like she’s going to cry and then says, “stuff it, Michaels.” That is all in MA’s chapter. I have more thoughts on this book – really liked it as always, more than last reread – but will post them later when I have a few more minutes.
I know wearing socks with sandals is stupid looking but I can't laugh since my mom has to do it sometimes because of problems with her toes (ouch!) and feels really self concious about it. I guess that's probably why things like this don't jump out at me on the covers and I don't even think about them. I'm getting ready to reread this book as I need a vacation. ;D Lately, I've been rereading only a chapter or two of each super special. Anyone else ever do that?