That one gets me every time too, as does the scene in Highland Twins, where Jo gets the telegram about Jack, and also the bit where Fiona 'sees' Jack. (even though the whole second sight storyline seems a bit farfetched, Jo's relief is tangible in that scene.)
Another book that always gets me weepified is 'Emma and Co', by Sheila Hocken (not GO at all, but the biography of a woman who regained her sight after years of blindness. Emma was her guide dog, and Emma and Co is the fourth volume, and contains Emma's death, which always has me bawling!)
Message: 11
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 09:20:10 -0000
From: "p.willimott" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: RE: [GO] Being tearful
To: "Tig Thomas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "Girlsown"
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The incredible journey is the one that does for me!  I couldn't
contemplate trying to read it aloud!!
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