Hi, I'm a guy who watches/used to watch Winx. I first watched it when I was six to eight years old, back in 2005-ish. I had three sisters so after school, they'd take command of the television remote to watch their shows. That's how I got introduced to Winx. I was a kid, so I didn't understand most of what was going on, but I loved the action and the magic. We only saw the first three seasons - Rai English - before we moved elsewhere (pretty fortuitous as it turns out). Now, over a decade later, I have just marathoned through the first three seasons in two weeks, for childhood nostalgia more...
It would have been a flat out lie for her to say she didn't miss him. That she wasn't angry. He'd just left her there hanging without a word or a goodbye. Was it truly wrong to expect at least a goodbye in person? Was it truly wrong to expect an explanation?
Icy knew she'd never get one.
She'd dialed his old number to find it disconnected.
She'd emailed him only to have it bounce back; his account disabled.
She'd—as a last resort—written him a letter. That was sent back with a note from the post office stating that the owner of the house no longer resided there.