Chapter 5.14: Never let them in

Life went on even without dad. It was hard and painful, but for every day that passed his death became easier to cope with. At the same time, everyday chores became easier to deal with. And one day, it no longer hurt to get out of bed. I still missed my father, and I would keep missing him for as long as I lived, but one day, it was suddenly bearable. I could go up and feed my babies without breaking at the seams. I could go on with my life.

It took months to get there and by the time I thought my life could proceed, it was time for the twins’ birthday.

Screenshot-3890Their birthday was also the first time that Myrtle was allowed to come visit us. We had, of course, visited her numerous times in the months before that, but it was exciting to have her visit us at home. Especially for her. It was the first she visited anyone in several years. “I brought pizza” Myrtle said happily when she entered our house in company of Tangerine and Slate. “Tangerine said it’s appropriate to bring something when invited to a party, and we all know I want to be appropriate“. Myrtle chuckled at her own joke and I laughed too, she was definitely the least appropriate person I knew, even if she brought pizza.

Screenshot-3891“You can put it on the table” mom said without even looking at Myrtle. Dad’s death still held her in iron claws and it was more common to see her sad and down than the opposite. Today was extra hard because it was one of those days when we both wished dad would have been there. It was the twins’ first birthday. A milestone.

Myrtle put the plate on the table and went up to my mother and hugged her. “I’m so, so sorry. He was great. I liked him.” Mother didn’t hug back and she didn’t reply. She just sniffled, wiped tears from her eyes and went upstairs to the babies.

Screenshot-3895When it was time to blow the candles Sonic suddenly came outside to watch. By now, I was aware that he only appeared on the days when I had forgotten my medication, and it seemed the stress of arranging the twins birthday party had made me forget today’s dose. Not that I minded much, I quite enjoyed seeing my old friend. Especially on such a special day as today, and even more so since another important person from my life was missing. Sonic’s presence made it less obvious that our family was forever broken.

Screenshot-3896We let Mars go first and once the single candle on his cake was blown out, I placed him on the ground and watched him age up. Myrtle, Tangerine, Slate and Sonic cheered and shouted excitedly as Mars transformed, but mom stood silent and with her arms hanging loose by her sides. It was not a cheerful event for her. It was the first birthday after dad’s death and she was hurting more than anyone. She would never be whole again. I knew that because I was going through something similar every day. Myrtle was alive and well, but she was still very much absent from my life.

Screenshot-3897My thoughts were soon interrupted by a gurgling sound and when I looked down Mars looked back at me with big eyes. His ears were pointy and along with the big eyes they showed clearly who his mother was. Except for those features, he was very much a Twist boy. He had my red skin, my mother’s light blue hair and her light eye color. He was beautiful.

Next, we let Petite blow her candle. She too aged up to a beautiful little being. Her green skin and green eyes had the exact same color as Myrtle’s and her light blue hair was, like Mars’s, a product of my own bloodline. The two little beings filled my heart with a warmth I had never experienced before and when Myrtle sneaked up behind me to hug me tight I forgot all about life’s misery and felt just pure happiness. “This family is fudging great” Myrtle whispered and hugged me tighter. I turned around slowly to kiss her. She was right, our family was perfect in all its brokenness.

Screenshot-3898Time passed and for every day, mom seemed to get better and better. I knew she would never forget about dad and that she would never be okay, but I hoped she would start appreciating life again. I hoped, with all my heart, that her last years would be spent in happiness, and that she would not only wait for her death to come. I thought that perhaps there was a chance that Petite, or Mars, could make her want to live another day.

I watched mom interact with my children every day. She smiled at them a lot, which was great to see because there wasn’t much else that made her smile these days.

Screenshot-3900 Screenshot-3901Honestly, there were many reasons to smile at my children. They were constantly up to something and they constantly discovered new things. Seeing them grow was amazing and it gave me so much joy. I only wished Myrtle would have been by my side to experience it too. But she was not. We visited her often, but we couldn’t always be with her. And when it came to seeing the kids grow, no time except always was enough. They learned so much and they grew so much when Myrtle wasn’t around that it hurt. Imagining how it must hurt Myrtle was even worse.

She loved her children but she couldn’t be with them. Because someone, somewhere at some point, had decided that there was one way of being that was normal and that anything that differed from that way was abnormal. That abnormal needed treatment and that abnormal was to be locked in. It was strange to think that anyone could fail to see Myrtle’s magnificence. Her way of being different defined her, and I loved it. She would have been no harm to me, or my children. Yet, she was denied the essence of life. She was denied her family, just because she could see the future. Because people were afraid of what was different.

Screenshot-3902“I love you” I said first thing when she visited us the next time. “I love you just as you are.” I took her hand and twirled her around, as in a dance before I lowered her towards the floor with my left arm supporting her back. Myrtle laughed and smiled.

Screenshot-3903Before she could say anything, I leaned in and kissed her. My precious beloved girl.

“I love you too, crazy” she said once I had helped her get up on her feet again. “But now I wanna go. Come on.”

Screenshot-3904Tangerine had agreed on letting us go to the beach for a day. She would be close by in case anything happened, but all in all me and Myrtle would be on our own. Apparently, I had been well enough to be trusted to take care of my girlfriend.

Mom would watch the twins. She had been overjoyed when I asked her, and I suspect it was because it made her feel important. Like she was needed. And that day, on the beach, was the first time she smiled genuinely since dad passed away.

Screenshot-3907While mom played with the twins in the sea, me and Myrtle rowed out on open water. I had bought the rowing boat when I first moved to Isla Caramello, but I had never used it before this day. It was exciting to be out on the water alone with Myrtle. It was the first time ever that we were alone together and therefore, this was our first date. I giggled when the thought struck me; We had two kids together and yet this was our first date.

“Why are you laughing?” Myrtle asked and stretched her leg as to kick me. The boat rocked when Myrtle moved and she cried and quickly put her foot back underneath her. I couldn’t help but laugh at her.

“Don’t fudging laugh! We could have died!” Myrtle yelled and stared at me with big eyes. It struck me that it was the first time I had ever seen her scared and somehow it made me love her even more.

“Then sit still” I winked and kept on rowing, taking us further out on the sea and further away from the beach. I wanted us to be completely alone now that we had the chance.

Screenshot-3906Myrtle calmed down after a while and seemed to relax a bit. It was nice to row when she sat in front of me and while we rowed in silence, I remembered how much I loved the sea and why I moved to Isla Caramello in the first place. This was how I had pictured life. The main island where my house was located was beautiful, but it was nothing compared to the smaller islands that surrounded it.

“One day we’ll live out here” I said to break the silence. Myrtle looked terrified at first and I understood that the fear she had shown in the beginning of our tour was bigger than I had first thought. Water frightened her, I could see it in her eyes. “On one of the islands” I continued, to calm her down.

“I won’t” she said sadly and looked down.

“You will” I retorted. “I’ll get you out one day.”

“I’d like that, but I know it won’t happen” she whispered back and twisted her hands in her lap.

Screenshot-3908“It might” I said, desperate to hold on to the hope I felt. Perhaps it could happen. If I kept being fine and she kept laying low. Myrtle could see the future and the truth, but in the future I saw, I was going to marry her and live with her and our children on one of the smaller islands. I refused to let her visions rob me of that dream.

“And I’d like another child with you” I said. The words surprised myself as much as they surprised Myrtle.

“Perhaps one day.” Myrtle smiled briefly before looking down. She sat like that for a while, silent with her eyes looking down at the bottom of the boat and I could sense that something was troubling her.

Screenshot-3909“Yew…” Myrtle begun and chewed nervously on her upper lip before she continued. “The vampires. You must never let them in. Can you promise me that?”

The vampires. I had not given much thought to the things she had said about the vampires and my brother many years ago. Not since she said it, but now that she mentioned it, it all came rushing back. My brother would cause the death of our species? That truth could not be true. “What have you seen?” I demanded and turned the boat around. I wanted to take us back to the beach and our children as fast as I could.

“Just… Don’t let them in. They can’t hurt you if you don’t let them in the house. Okay?”

“Lava? He wouldn’t hurt me.” I said it without believing it myself. I wanted to believe it, but I knew it wasn’t true. The Lava I knew was long gone.

“He’s not the same anymore. He’s a pawn, remember? Just don’t let him in. Or any other vampire for that matter. Okay?”

“What will they do to us? Our children?” Panic rose within me and my heart beat fast. I rowed as quickly as I could, but it wasn’t quick enough. I wanted to be back on the beach now.

“Hopefully nothing. My visions might be wrong. There’s always more than one truth.”

“But you’ve never been wrong before” I complained. Myrtle said nothing in response, but her silence was answer enough. She had, indeed, never been wrong before.

It took way too long, but eventually we got back to the beach and I could see that mom and the twins were alright. Still, I couldn’t shake the fear of what would happen if the vampires found us. I knew there were many of them by now. Soda Pop and Lava raised an army, they had been working on that for years and by now all of Fondant Fields could be turned. Before we parted that day, I promised to never, ever, let a vampire in to our house. We didn’t know if it would help, but for now it was the only thing we could do.

Screenshot-3892I had told mom about Myrtle’s visions because she needed to know it was important that we never let the vampires inside, should they show up on our doorstep. Of course, mom said we were crazy to even think Lava or Soda would come after us now, after all these years, but I persisted in making her promise to never let them in. Eventually she budged and made her promise.

A few weeks later, I heard mother cry in the kitchen and when I ran there, I saw Rhubarb along with Rainbow outside my front door.

Raindrop. A vampire.

My heart started racing as I walked towards the door and opened it slowly. “You cannot come in” I said and closed the door behind me. I didn’t care if she ripped me apart as long as the twins were safe inside.

Screenshot-3893“You’re smart” she said and nodded. Rhubarb turned his head and looked away and I wondered if he’d been as smart or if he had let her in.

“I came to warn you” Raindrop continued. “Soda knows about the twins and you need to keep them safe. Never let her in. Ever.”

“I’m not stupid” I hissed and felt the blood pulsing in my temples. “And you should get the fudge off this island. No one wants you here!”

Rhubarb looked at me with tired eyes. “She never asked for this. We’ll help her. I’ll help her.”

I looked at him, terrified. “And they say I’m crazy?! Fudge sake Rhubie. She’s a vampire. She’ll rip you apart!”

Screenshot-3894Raindrop complained: “I can control myself, I’m nothing like them! I’d never hurt anyone.”

I shook my head in disbelief. “You’re a vampire. That’s all I need to know.”

“I’ve never hurt anyone. Thunderbird helped me and that’s why he’s dead. They killed him for helping me control my hunger. I feed on plasma. That’s it. Never blood. Ever.”‘

Rhubarb looked at me again. “Yew, just don’t let them in. Take care of your babies. I’ll take care of Raindrop. You just care for your family, okay? They want the babies, nothing else.”

“Why?”

“Because babies are formable. They make good soldiers.”

Petite and Mars as vampire soldiers? I shuddered at the thought. I would never let that happen. Ever. They were my babies and I would do whatever it took to keep them safe.

“We can beat them” Rhubarb said before tugging at Raindrop’s arm to get her to leave with him. He didn’t believe his own words, but I had to believe them to keep functioning. They were the only comfort I had right now.


Author’s Note: Okay, this chapter might be a little confusing but I’m trying to tie the story with Lava together. He joined Soda Pop long ago because he felt she was the only one who truly understood him and his needs. The reason why they want babies is that they have found out that vampires who are turned at a low age make better blood suckers. People who are turned at older age seem to be more successful in staying away from blood and living on plasma. Soda Pop is an exception and why she is, they do not know. I picture it being because of two reasons: 1. She is incredibly impulsive, 2. She is evil and manipulative.

In addition to the above reasons, Soda Pop actually cares for family, even if it’s in a sick way, and she wants her bloodline to follow in her steps. Hence she is chasing babies born in her legacy. That also explains why she kept chasing Coral and Berrian around when they had their children. Both to get Lava back and to take her grandchildren along in her journey. Also: Yes, Soda Pop killed Thunderbird because he stood in the way of her plans. He helped Raindrop after Lava turned her and that caused him his death. Now, Raindrop tries to help the ones she can just as Thunderbird did. For now, that meant going after Yew to warn him about Soda’s plans. Of course, Raindrop doesn’t know about Myrtle and her visions.

I know the story might have holes in it but I hadn’t decided beforehand how to tie it together, and now that I’m trying I find it quite hard. If there’s anything you wonder about or anything that doesn’t make sense, please do ask and I’ll see if I can answer it. Both for your sake, but also for my own. I might have left a few too many loose threads in this story. Hopefully I’ll tie some of them together eventually.

And, as a last note; The Downloads page has been updated as I’ve added Lavender, Rhubarb, Froly and Yew to it.

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Chapter 4.16: Born to be

First of all I just want to thank you all for sticking around and reading and commenting. I love you all!

Next, I want you to know that some of this chapter will be written from a third-person point of view. When that is the case the text will be in italic and I hope it won’t be too confusing. When the text is not in italic we are reading from Coral’s point of view. The reason is that some things in this chapter happens outside of Coral’s knowledge. I hope it will make sense. 🙂


Screenshot-1390Lava had hoped that coming back to Fondant Fields would finally give him the opportunity to get a real friend. Someone who wasn’t his crazy brother Yew. It had pained him when he realized that the kids in Fondant Fields were far from accepting towards ‘bows who fell outside the norm. It seemed like despite the fact that a lot had happened since Lava’s ancestor Marshmallow Puff was frowned upon for being colorless, the town was still plagued with little understanding for those ‘bows who were not “normal”. But Lava had really tried to seem normal, still it had only taken a few days for the teenagers in Fondant Fields to see through him. After that he was the freak. No one wanted to be friends with the freak.

He really tried. He wanted to make his family happy and he knew that Coral and Berrian’s worst fear was that he would fall for his vampirism and become more like his biological mother. So he had tried for all of his life to be normal. To not be a vampire. Though, it was hard when the only one really accepting him for who he was, was Soda Pop – his biological mother. Everyone else just tried to get him to suppress himself. 

Screenshot-1389“I don’t want to be your friend, you fudging freak!” Raindrop cried when Lava for the hundredth time tried to get close to her. It pained him, knowing that it was because of his vampirism he had trouble getting along with anyone. He scared them because he wasn’t like them. Raindrop left the park along with the rest of the teenagers who had come to hang out and Lava was left alone. 

He had never felt lonelier than he did in Fondant Fields, and this was supposed to be their home. No one understood him. It made it hard to ignore the attempts Soda Pop made to communicate with him. She understood what he was going through and she accepted him for the vampire he was.

Screenshot-1400When Raindrop and the other teenagers had left the park Lava sat down on the swings. It was far too common for him to be left on his own like this. Much more common than he would have liked it to be. He couldn’t understand what he was doing wrong. All his life he had followed Berrian and Coral’s words, really doing his best to fit in and be normal. He didn’t want to be a monster, neither did he want to be a freak. Though, it seemed like despite his effort that was exactly what his peers thought of him. 

“You know, you could always make them like you.” Lava didn’t even bother looking around to find the source of the voice for he knew very well that it was only present in his own head. He knew the voice very well, it was one that he had tried to shut out for the most part of his life since it belonged to the woman he had always been told to stay away from. Not that it had done him any good so far. He was simply a confused, angry and lonely teenager.

“You can do whatever you want. You have the power. You’re a vampire, not a freak. Let me teach you” the voice continued and since Lava was sick and tired of always losing he finally caved in. He would no longer suppress his vampirism, instead he would embrace it. He would be the boy he was born to be.

Screenshot-1362It wasn’t hard to see why Lava decided to just use his vampirism instead of suppressing it after all the hurt his peers made him go through. Being who he was born to be was simply so much easier than trying to be someone else. So, after accepting the fact that he was a vampire he followed the teenagers to the town centre. As expected, he wasn’t very welcome and as expected, Raindrop was the one to let him know. Lava didn’t know for sure, but he thought that Raindrop’s opinions weighed heavy in the teenager group and there was also something about her that he really liked. So, Lava went for Raindrop. If he could make her like him, easier times would follow.

“Didn’t we ask you to go away” Raindrop snarled and barely looked at him when she spoke.

“I just want us to be friends” Lava replied and did his best to not look victorious just yet. Though, he knew, even if he had never tried, that Raindrop would never be able to resist. He was strong. He could feel it.

“Well, I don’t want to be your friend. I just want you to stay the fudge away from me. You freak.”

Screenshot-1363Hearing Raindrop once again calling him freak was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Without knowing exactly what he was doing Lava fixed his eyes on Raindrop. Inside his head Soda Pop told him exactly what to say, all while chuckling victoriously. 

“I think you actually want to be my friend. In fact, you actually like me very much” Lava said, copying the words from Soda Pop.

Screenshot-1364Raindrop was lost in Lava’s eyes. Her mouth slowly opened, revealing a perfect set of white teeth. Even though she didn’t typically want to listen to what he was telling her, it was impossible not to. ‘I actually want to be his friend and I actually do like him quite a lot’ she thought to herself, confused to why she had failed to see that before. 

Screenshot-1365Blueberry who had been sitting right next to the two, trying to get the last part of his homework done, jumped up at the sight of how Lava seemed to harass Raindrop. “What part of leave us alone didn’t you understand you freak?!” he yelled and hit Lava hard on the shoulder. Blueberry wasn’t usually a fighter, neither was he a tough ‘bow. Though, he liked Raindrop a lot and would do anything he could to keep her safe.

Screenshot-1368“You really think you can tell me what to do?” Lava growled once he was done with Raindrop and crouched at Blueberry’s legs, showing off his pointy fangs. It was not something he would have done an hour ago, but the newly found strength in being a vampire had changed him. It was powerful to see Blueberry shake in fear as Lava threatened him. And it was powerful to see how Raindrop looked at him with admiring eyes instead of disgust.

Being a vampire was far better than being a freak.

Screenshot-1370It didn’t take much effort to get poor Blueberry to pass out. He had always known that Lava was a freak and a monster, but he had never seen it so up close before and naturally, it scared him. Before dropping to the ground, he saw his life pass before his eyes, so sure that Lava would rip him in parts, ending his miserable life just there and then.

Screenshot-1343After that night, Lava made it a habit to now and then remind Raindrop about the fact that she liked him. Perhaps it wasn’t friendship in its right meaning, but it was a lot better than feeling lonely. 

Though, it shall be said that Soda Pop had something completely different from friendship in mind. For now, Lava shut those words out, but he was also afraid that she was right. Friendship, or even romance, would never be enough. He wanted Raindrop by his side, forever. That was the only way he, and his biological mother, had any chance of changing Fondant Field’s opinion on vampires.


Coral’s POV:

Screenshot-1337We had pretty much settled back home in Fondant Fields by the time Froly was born. He was a small child, much smaller than the rest of his siblings had ever been. Though, despite that, he still came with the same amount of love in to our family.

It was scary feeling at home in the house and town for I knew mother was out there, biding her time. Lava would never be safe here, we all knew that. Still, we stayed. For the rest of the children would feel better having their aunts and their uncle around. And having a real, stable home gave them all the time to get some friends.

Screenshot-1344In fact, Lava was the one who first got himself a friend. The girl who he decided to befriend was by no means unknown to us since it was Celeste’s (Watermelon’s best friend’s) daughter Raindrop. Their friendship would never have been a possibility had we not decided to stay in Fondant Fields, for then they would never have met in the first place. It was easy to tell when you looked at Lava that he treasured the friendship with Raindrop and it did us all good to see him grow in to a teenager with friends, just like any teenager. It was almost possible to forget about his vampirism that way.

Screenshot-1334Screenshot-1335And our little miracle baby Mulberry grew in a steady pace too. It felt as though he had just recently came in to our family but already was he grabbing things on his own and seemed to be aware of his surroundings. Seeing Mulberry grow made me realize I would never get used to their aging. It really was a magic experience. In a way, it felt like yesterday that I met Berrian for the first time, but in another way it felt like he and our family had always been a part of my life. I felt at home with them all by my side.

Screenshot-1383Lavender was a lot different from her brothers. She reminded me so much of the Romeo and Berrian I had first got to know. She was just as eager for new experiences as Romeo had always been and just like him, she was a perky little girl. It was impossible to keep the names of her new friends straight and it surprised me every time she brought someone new home. We never forced her, or any of the other kids, to school – yet Lavender went there of her own will for she wanted to meet new friends and learn new things.

“This is my home” she declared proudly once any of her friends had made their way in to our home. In contrast to her elder brothers, Lavender didn’t seem to remember much of the life before when we moved from town to town, never being able to call any single place our home. To her it seemed like this house in Fondant Fields with pictures of our ancestors covering the walls was her only home. Or perhaps she so proudly presented this like her home because she had missed having a stable place to grow up. Whatever reason, I saw so clearly in her that it did my children good with some stability. And so far so good.

Screenshot-1385Lavender jumped head first in to every new game her friends taught her. The sound of her giggles were more common than any other sound in the house and we all grew accustomed to it. Nearly to the point where we all found it strange when Lavender’s happiness failed to echo between the walls.

Even though Lavender had played rock-paper-scissors several times, she seemed to always lose. Despite that, she still found it fun to play.

Screenshot-1386Though, upon losing she never failed to look surprised. “You cheated!” she always complained afterwards whereby most of her friends would deny with a giggle. Macchiato, however, did not. “Let’s play again” he said and smiled victoriously.

“I lost again” Lavender sighed once the game was over and Macchiato laughed at her. “You cheat, don’t you?” Lavender asked, starting to lose the interest in the game since Macchiato didn’t seem to laugh with her but more-so at her.

Screenshot-1387Before Macchiato had time to clear himself Lava had stormed down the stairs to support his sister. “You better treat my sister nice or I’ll show you!” he growled with his fangs exposed. Macchiato stopped laughing in an instant and stammered something inaudible in response.

“Ah, stop it Lava!” Lavender cried. By now, she was getting sick and tired of her elder brothers constantly coming to her rescue whenever they thought she needed it. So far, she hadn’t needed it a single time and all their rescue plans did was to scare her friends away. This time was no exception and Macchiato was soon on his way home and Lavender knew she had most likely lost yet another friend. It made her sad, though she didn’t let it get to her for she was happy to have her brothers around even if they were berryholes sometimes.

Screenshot-1393Yew talked a lot about one of the friends he had made upon returning to Fondant Fields. His name was Sonic and from what Yew told us he was a creative person who played a lot with words. Apparently he worked a lot outside of school so he was busy most of the times, which meant it was hard for Yew to bring him home for introductions. Not that it mattered, the important part was that he had someone by his side. I knew exactly how important friends were, for Romeo had been a lifesaver to me. Knowing that my kids had friends on their own made me incredibly happy and I looked forward to them all sharing experiences and memories with me eventually.

Screenshot-1372Though Rhubarb preferred sticking to himself or to hang out with any of the younger boys. That was perfectly fine too. It was after all what I myself had done for most of my life too, before I met Romeo and Berrian. Besides, it was a great help having Rhubarb feeding the toddlers or changing their diapers. It left me with more time to care for the garden.

And get a job. I never thought that day would come when I got myself a job but now that we were more or less stationed in Fondant Fields we needed extra money to pay the bills. Berrian could no longer search for treasures to sell so I signed up for a job. In fact, Romeo fixed it for me. It consisted of looking at different pieces of art and tell whether it was an original piece or simply a copy. In the future there could be the possibility to appraise it too, but for that I needed more experience.

Screenshot-1373So, while I worked and Berrian cared for the house and the younger kids, Rhubarb helped him. He seemed to be especially fond of Froly, which was good for Berrian was definitely more fond of his little miracle baby. I understood – it was after all the only baby he had carried himself for several months – though I still found it a bit annoying. You weren’t supposed to play favorites with your kids. They were all equal.

Screenshot-1379Little Froly grew bigger for each day too and while I loved seeing him become a ‘bow with his own personality and interests it pained me to realize that he was the last child I would get to watch grow. Me and Berrian had never discussed how many kids we wanted or if we even wanted kids, yet it had been exciting and welcome every time a new child came in to our lives. But now, we were both getting old and it was fairly certain that our time had passed. There would be no more offsprings from us.

It shouldn’t have bothered me like it did for we had the most perfect family one could have wished for. But yet, it did.

Screenshot-1382I was so happy with my children and the berries they were becoming. In many senses they were so alike each other, and in other they were so different. We were a family for sure, and I loved it.

Rhubarb was growing in to such a calm and collected young man. It was peaceful to see because my own life had always been surrounded with drama. But Rhubarb seemed to shut any hint of drama out. He was always polite and always so thoughtful. Perhaps he would be a big thinker one day.

Screenshot-1380He sat on his own a lot of the time, writing stories or journal entries. He seemed determined to put words to all the feelings and happenings that were part of his life and I felt so proud when I watched him. This was far from anything that we could have encouraged him in to if we had tried to intervene with his aging. Neither me or Berrian were any beings of words, but still Rhubarb had found his peace in just that. He was growing in to exactly the man he was born to be.

Screenshot-1374The few times when he weren’t either writing at home or taking care of his younger brothers, he went out to the centre park where several stray cats roamed around. Like Bittersweet (who by that time had seven cats) Rhubarb had a really big heart and he did what he could to provide a better life for those poor stray cats.

Screenshot-1378I know I’ve said it many times already, but I was so proud of my family. So, so proud. Of each and every one of the kids.


So, that’s pretty much Lava’s story. He is soon a YA and will therefore soon move out of the house. You’ve also got to know the rest of the kids a bit better. I hope to have a mini-chapter from Yew’s POV out before the heir vote, but I’m not sure if I manage because I have so much school work to do. Hopefully. The Family Pictures page is updated with this generation’s picture.

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