Still thoroughly enjoying this comic series, and looking forward to continuing to follow the girls on their delightful misadventures. They begin their second year of university, and living off campus is not quite as easy as they thought it would be. They deal with broken furniture, grumpy neighbors, getting jobs, and making repairs. Along the way they realize daily life is hard, but they can cope with the help of their friends.
Daisy’s romantic endeavors were satisfying. I love how she acts when she has a crush, and her naivety around relationships is adorable. Her exploration of her sexual identity feels genuine and gentle, and I’m glad that her identity is being explored in this way. I’m so glad for queer representation.