Interesting story with a nice twist. Nice conversational read that keeps things moving while still giving the necessary background information for context. The "Psych" scepticism is overcome easily between the characters. The tossing of the sudden outburst and tossing of the table may be a little over the top but it is definite attention getting and active.
Overall, interesting and well done.
Well done. I enjoyed the story and also the imagination. The conversation is easy and comfortable. No typos or punctuation errors caught my eye and the flow of the story is a good fit. Use of description and setting makes the story visible without slowing things down. Very good job.
What a wonderful reminder of a lost art. Some of the greatest events in history are better understood by reading the letters written between those involved or impacted by the event. When you are wanting to really share or bond via written word, nothing adds a more personal and caring touch than a handwritten letter. You make an excellent point about handwriting concerns and the familiarity and closeness that comes when you see the hand writing of a friend or loved one.
Fun and interesting. Nice twist at the end. Conversation is casual and easy. Good imagination and ideas overall. With a sister-in-law like this and a gullible main character, I could see some really funny exploits occurring.
Silly and light but I feel I now have a better idea of how my husband feels about his beard. I can actually say this is probably closer to true than folks might realize. Not sure what you do with a story like this, but it is definitely a fresh look at the relationships in our lives.