When I saw the length, I bookmarked this story into a Read Later folder and somehow it wound up at the top of the list rather than the bottom so when I had time today to spend reading, it's what I came across first. It's likely it would have been a month from now, or longer, before I read it otherwise, but I'm so glad it's what came up.
This is such a lovely story. I have a real weakness for stories where people who are lost wind up found, maybe because I don't really think it happens like that in real life (or it hasn't for me, anyway - I really identified with this Harry, I think especially because I'm going through one of my, you know, quarterly... bi-monthly... whatever crises of omg I'm 28 and have gone nowhere and have no plans or means to get away from it) and would like to think that it could happen. In any case, I suppose it's a good thing to have a weakness for because so much literature is about growth and personal change.
Anyway. I'm babbling. I suppose I don't really know what to say, except that I enjoyed this story and was touched by it and despite my general disbelief that life ever does fall together quite like that I didn't find it unlikely or particularly hard to believe while I was reading it. I've always enjoyed the stories you write, and this is no different.