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Spring came to the Samples. The snow melted. Flowers bloomed. Andria’s plants were growing again.
There was a sense that their lost loved ones were looking over them.
His schoolmates found him strange and morbid.
It turned out to be very fortunate that he was at the library one evening.
If he hadn’t been about to leave anyway, he might not have even bothered to respond when he heard the woman cry out on the front walk of Monmouth Archives. So she was doubly lucky.
Diagnostic apparatus have become very portable.
Appendicitis, which was curable by an experimental pill he just happened to be carrying with him.
“Sure you can fit it in your mouth. It’s not as bad as it looks. Just swallow it down, and the pain will go away.”
Sawyer was confounded by her gratitude. He told her to get a check up at the hospital immediately and the escaped.
Andria started feeling terrible.
She’d been through this before, so it wasn’t hard to guess what was wrong. Indeed, the test was positive. She hurried to tell Dylan that they were going to be parents one more time.
The mood swings were sudden and extreme.
It wasn’t clear that Sawyer even noticed all the preparations for a new baby.
He spent a lot of time holed up in his science cave or the technology den with Manisha.
Filming wrapped up on My Doctor Made Me Do It. Dragonwife said that she had a good feeling about this one, but they wouldn’t really know how it would go until they saw the first box office returns.
Abby had gone out for drinks several times with Justin Mai after filming, and they now had an active email correspondence that was getting more and more suggestive.
Dragonwife threw a cast party to celebrate the end of filming at her house.
And she was actually kind of serious. He he was a funny guy.
He had the room rolling in the aisles as he mocked the movie running on the television.
Justin showed up late. He did that a lot with parties, but he never missed his casting call.
Abby walked out to meet him when he arrived.
Justin gave her an apologetic smile. “My place isn’t so good right now. My roommate is kind of a pain. What about your place?”
Abby thought about the chaos that was the Sample Estate these days, with weird Edmund running around, Victoria playing, and Andria’s uncomfortable pregnancy. “I probably shouldn’t bring anyone home without warning right now.”
They looked at each other awkwardly. “So,” Justin said. “Would a hotel be too forward?”
Abby hesitated. She wanted to say yes, and yet…. Sneaking off to a hotel seemed like the wrong way to start a relationship. “Maybe another night?” she said at last.
Justin grinned. “Sure thing,” he said. “I’ll call you.”
Andria took Sawyer aside to talk about the baby. “I just wanted to be sure you knew.”
“I guessed you were going to have another baby,” Sawyer said. “You were getting really fat. That’s a good sign.”
“Right,” Andria said with a tight smile.
“Oh, I wanted to ask you something else,” Andria said. “Have you been working with the plants in my greenhouse?”
“What’s wrong with me working in the greenhouse?” Sawyer demanded. “I’m smart enough to dig in the dirt.”
“That’s not it,” Andria said. “I’m growing some delicate alchemical ingredients there, and I want to be sure you know how to care for them.”
“Perhaps gardening is difficult for someone of your intelligence,” Sawyer snapped. “I understand it just fine.”
“I can’t talk to him,” Andria complained to Dylan that night. “I don’t want him killing my plants.”
“I’ll try to talk to him,” Dylan said. “Why don’t you let me put the kids to sleep? You look like you’re in pain.”
Andria’s back really was killing her. She offered him a relieved smile. “Thank you my love.”
So Dylan handled the bedtime routine.
While Andria booked an evening massage at the spa.
The massage was apparently just what she needed. It started here labor.
She called Dylan, who met her at the hospital, where Winston was born.
Another son. This was their third and final child.
“Congratulations!” Abby said. She picked up a glass to toast little Winston a long life.
“Erm,” she coughed. “Thanks.” She went off to find a discreet place to pour it out.
At long last, I updated the Story So Far page to add Sky’s story! It didn’t take me too long — I’ve only played through most of Dylan’s generation.
I keep calling Victoria Abby and having to correct myself. Even though her coloration is so similar to Abby’s, I think she has one of the cutest toddler faces I’ve ever seen. Oh, those adorable chipmunk cheeks.
Winston just aged into a child on the last day I played, I think. I remember his child trait, but not his two baby traits. I’ll have to look them up when I open my game next.
Sawyer almost never goes anywhere off the lot except to go to work, so this is the first time he got to answer a medical emergency. Very entertaining.
I have to say that I burned out so hard after playing a good 2/3 of Dylan’s generation without blogging it. Now that I have some posting energy, it’s been a surprising amount of fun to sort through the pictures and rediscover the story.