As the title explains, this chapter was a BREEZE compared to 1:1.
Let’s jump right in:
Celia: I pray thee, Rosalind, sweet my coz, be merry.
Okay, there us one thing I want to point out. As it is obvious, Celia is Rosalind’s coz/cousin. Rosalind is depressed due to her father’s banishment, even though she is a welcomed guest in the home of her uncle, who was the man who banished her father. Celia is being a kind friend, and is trying to cheer Rosalind up. Friends help each other, especially when their father is banished by the duke
Friends are not friends to have fun, or because they have no life, but they are there to be a shoulder to lean on, a helping hand. The fun comes later. As my school’s principal would often say, “Fun is an outcome, not a goal”. That means that fun just happens, you can’t plan it.