Last week she tried again. She finished at 7:30 on Saturday evening, well within her desired time frame. I visited her several times during her reading to check her progress, I'd call her Princess Potter and try to get her to do something else with her eyes. She still had to help a little around the house but she mostly read and read and read.
She said she still saw words when she closed her eyes.
At the end she cried. She said things made her cry throughout that she'd never cried at before--like when Mrs. Malfoy loved Draco more than she feared Voldemort. Emma didn't know why she cried.
Because she has a mother heart. Someday she'll love her own children. Even more than she fears Voldemort or any other scary thing. Watch out if you get between a mother and her babies!
I'm glad Emma's back from her reading. If for no other reason, I missed her texts:
Reading can make you tired...