In case you needed a reminder, the most recent Daily Lines from Go Tell the Bees that I Am Gone remind us of the goodness in Claire and Jamie’s hearts. Like that’s something Diana Gabaldon will ever let us forget!
Diana Gabaldon has reminded us of the beauty and goodness in Claire and Jamie’s hearts. I’ll keep this post as spoiler-free as possible, although there will be a few mentions of the good acts they’ve done in “Drums of Autumn” and beyond. If you want absolutely no spoilers at all, anything about Daily Lines isn’t going to be for you.
We all know that Claire and Jamie have big hearts. Despite everything that has happened to them, they’ve continually been the best people they can possibly be. Yes, they sometimes make selfish choices, but aren’t we all entitled to those choices now and then?
The big hearts Claire and Jamie have
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The latest Daily Lines post from Diana Gabaldon really just reminded us of the hearts the two have. It was a focus on Claire and Fanny, a young girl who Claire has welcomed into her home. Fanny’s older sister was her carer before dying, leaving Fanny orphaned and alone. There was no way the Frasers would allow that to happen.
It’s a similar way to how Fergus became part of the family. He was an orphan living in the Parisian brothel. Initially hired to help Jamie, he soon cemented himself as the adopted son of Claire and Jamie and officially became part of the family in “Voyager”/Outlander Season 3.
Jamie also showed this side to him when it came to his stepdaughters, Marsali and Joanie. While fans may have hated the fact that he put them first over his own family, that’s just what his heart told him to do.
We hear of this sort of thing happening now, but it was part of life in the past too. However, not everyone did it out of the goodness of their hearts. They were forced to and the children suffered because of it. That’s not what the Frasers have allowed to happen.
Have you read Diana’s Daily Lines? Was this a reminder you needed to see that it wasn’t just Fergus this happened with? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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