Welcome to the Ward Legacy!
In the last chapter, Abiona moved to Shelterwoods and met a
witch, Linda, who told her about her own powers. She also met
and fell in love with Jake Huntzberger. They got married and
had a son, Francis. Abiona worked on her LTW, becoming a
Media Magnate, and became pregnant again, hoping it would
be a girl who could carry the lineage.
Towards the end of her pregnancy, Abiona managed to
find the energy to spend some time with her son. She
still couldn’t forgive herself for missing his birthday, so
she tried to make up for it anyway she could.
“It’s time for a bath, little boy.”
“Yes, Mama, me bath! Me like clean.”
“I know you do,” Abby laughed. Francis could be
difficult at times but he was always up for a bath. “Get
Francis already had a strong personality. He could
sometimes be really rough with his toys, but he was
also very charming.
“Mister Bear, you sit. Sit! Why no sit, Mister Bear?
Mama!” Francis cried. “Mister Bear not listening!”
Yes, Francis liked to have things go his way, even at
such a young age.
Abiona went into labor soon after, again at night.
“Jake, come!” she tried to keep from screaming, as not
to wake Francis.
“Oh, it’s time?” Jake asked. Even though he had some
experience as a father now, he still wasn’t pleased to
see his wife in pain.
“Yes, go get the midwife,” Abby said between breaths.
“I’ll go wait for you in the bedroom.”
Jake paced in the living room for some time. Finally,
Abiona came out, carrying a beautiful little baby girl.
“Honey, I’d like you to meet your daughter.”
“Oh, wow. She’s so tiny,” Jake said with a smile. He
was relieved the delivery went well. He didn’t like to
admit it, but he had been quite worried.
“I was thinking that we could call her Diana, after my
Jake looked adoringly at his daughter. “It’s a great
idea, Abby. Hello, Diana. You look a lot like your
mother, with your beautiful grey eyes.”
“Jake?” Abiona started.
He looked at her.
“Since our family is getting bigger, maybe we could
make some renovations to have more space?”
“Yes, it’s a good idea. How about we start on it when
Diana here is a little older? That way, it will also give
us a chance to put some money aside.”
Abiona smiled at her husband. He always had the
right answer. “I love you,” she told him.
Just as her brother, Diana was a very good baby. Her
parents hoped it would remain that way when she
Abiona felt as if a weight had lifted from her shoulders.
She had a daughter, someone to pass on her
knowledge and powers to, someone to share everything
“I will tell you everything I know, my little princess.”
“You won’t have to learn about your family from a
stranger, like I did,” she promised. “I will always be
there for you. You will have a big responsibility, but
you don’t need to worry about that just yet.”
Laughing, she kissed her baby girl.
It was soon time for Francis to become a child. Jake
took him to his homemade birthday cake.
“Papa, where is Mama?”
“She really wanted to be here, son, but sometimes,
grown-ups have to do things they don’t necessarily
want to do.”
“Mama is doing something bad?”
“No!” Jake chuckled. “She is at work. Her boss makes
her work very hard.”
“I don’t like her bosh!” Francis exclaimed.
Jake was trying not to laugh. His son had such a
temper! “Now, let’s not worry about that, okay? Are
you ready to blow your candles?”
“Hum…” Francis paused for a second. “Will you help
me, Papa?” He wasn’t sure he would be able to blow
them all, there were a lot of them.
“Sure, I’ll help you.”
And with that, Francis grew up. It was now more
evident that his features were a mixture of both his
As soon as he was done with his cake, he rushed
outside to play in the rain, despite his father asking
him not to.
“Don’t worry, Papa! I will stay in front of the house!” he
Diana was also growing fast. She had become a toddler
and both Jake and Abiona spent a lot of time teaching
her how to talk.
Unfortunately, the little girl was not exactly receptive.
Like her brother, she liked things neat and tidy and
had somewhat of a temper. This showed whenever her
parents would try to make her learn something.
“Diana, repeat after me…”
“No! Me no repeat!” Diana pouted. “No like!”
“Now, be a big girl and…”
“Me big girl!” she interrupted.
“Yes, you are,” Abiona sighed. She was a bit
discouraged. Where was the quiet baby she used to
Jake was not having much more luck. Diana always
pouted when it came time to learn.
“Diana, you want to be a nice girl to Papa, no?”
“Hum…” she seemed to think. “Papa make me work?”
“Well, yes, you need to learn…”
“If Papa make me work, Diana no big girl,” she whined.
It was a good thing she had such loving and patient
parents. In the end, with enough cajoling, they would
always manage to make her smile. But Diana was
certainly a piece of work.
Soon, Abiona invited Linda Wilson over. The two
women had not seen each other since Francis was a
newborn. Abiona felt she was partially responsible for
the falling out. They chatted as they played chess,
trying to keep the conversation light.
“Linda,” suddenly said Abiona, “I feel like there is an
elephant in the room.”
The old woman didn’t reply.
“Listen, I’m sorry I haven’t called on you sooner. I
guess what you told me when Francis was born, that I
had a duty to produce an heiress… It… It hurt me
more than it should have.”
“I've had time to think about what I said that day, too.
I’m so sorry, my dear! It was never my intention be
mean to you…”
“I know that now,” Abby kept on. “It just made feel so
much pressure, knowing that I absolutely had to have
a girl if I wanted the Ward name to live on…” she
closed her eyes at the memory.
“Well, I should have been more thoughtful, too. It
probably came out too harshly, you know how we old
lady are. We forget what it’s like to have to raise a
“So, are we still friends?”
“Of course, my dear child!” smiled Linda.
“Good, because it has been a while since we’ve seen
one another and I do have something, or rather
someone, I would like you to meet.”
With that, Abiona went to get Diana in her crib. She
came back to the chess table, where Linda was still
“Linda, this is my daughter, Diana Ward.”
“What a nice surprise! And what a pretty child!” she
said, looking at the little girl. “You’ve done well,
Abiona. And don’t forget that if you ever need help, I’m
“Thank you, Linda,” Abby replied, feeling relieved.
One day, Francis came to see his mother.
“Mama, why is Diana so small?”
“Well, she’s a toddler now but she will grow up soon
enough and be a child, just like you.”
“Will she be as big as me?”
“Not quite, you are older than her, after all.”
“But she will play with me?” Francis asked.
“I’m sure she will if you want her to.”
“I do. It will be nice to have someone to play with.”
Abiona smiled. “You don’t like playing with me?” she
“Mama!” Francis laughed. “You just don’t play the way
I can play with other children.”
“I see. Well, in the meantime, you can play with your
friends from school. Right?”
“Right,” hesitated Francis.
The truth was, Francis, being a bit shy, did not have
that many friends in school. He also tended to lose
patience as soon as someone didn’t accept one of his
many ideas. So the few children who sometimes agreed
to play with him usually needed time to forget how he
acted before wanting to play with him again.
“You’re the only one who really understands me,
Mister Bear.” He held his friend close to his heart. “The
other children, they say I’m not nice. But they are the
ones who are not nice!” he insisted. “They never want
to do as I say! It’s not fair!” he moaned.
Hence, Francis spent a good deal of time on his own.
Thankfully, his playful nature made it easy for him to
have fun by himself. Anything could turn into a toy,
even the bathtub.
It was still unclear, though, if Diana would prove to
obey her brother more than the other children did. She
liked things to go her way, too.
In fact, the only thing she never complained about was
her Bunny because he never contradicted her and
would always do as she said.
Since Abiona was very busy climbing the steps at the
Old Shelterton Herald, successfully so, and that Jake
was also working, they had to hire a nanny to keep an
eye on the children.
But every time one of them came home, they would
find her sitting and reading the paper or playing chess
instead of taking care of Diana and Francis.
At length, Abiona had enough.
“I can’t stand the idea of leaving the children with her
one more day. If I could, I would stay with them. But
I’m finally beginning to have more responsibilities at
“Well, I’ve had an idea. Since you have big dreams
about the Herald and that mine are about this family,
how about I quit my job and stay home?” Jake
“You would do that?”
He nodded. “And I’d be glad to do it.”
“You are the most wonderful man, Jake. What would I
do without you?” she asked as they kissed.
Between her family and her job, Abiona did not have a
lot of free time. When she did have some, she had to
take care of the house and clean the messes the kids
made. She was becoming frustrated.
“I can’t believe I have to do this the hard way!” she
complained to herself. “I know there is a spell for this,
I saw it! But I can’t remember it. And I don’t even have
the reagents, anyway.”
She sighed heavily. With everything going on, she had
not been able to study magic in a long, long time.
“Too long,” she thought. “But what can I do?” Her
family came first. “I’m a lousy witch! I wonder what my
mother would think… She was probably a perfect
witch,” she added, sourly.
“At least, Jake is not suspecting anything about my
powers. But why would he, really? It's not like I've
been acting mysteriously. Cleaning the house and
feeding the children is as normal as it can get,” she
Ultimately, Francis’ wishes came true and it was time
for his little sister to grow up.
It was a quiet affair. Only the four of them were there
to celebrate Diana’s birthday. Abiona felt lucky that,
for once, she could be home to spend some time with
Jake brought Diana to her cake.
“Papa! The cake is pretty!” she exclaimed, delighted.
“I’m glad you think so, sweetie.” He didn’t even want to
imagine what would have happened if Diana had not
liked it. “Let’s blow those candles, all right?”
“I can do it, I can do it!” she said, leaning towards the
Diana grew up to be a lovely young lady. She looked
more and more like her mother as the days passed.
A few weeks later, after tucking in Francis, Abiona
went by to her daughter’s brand new room. The
renovations were completed and they now had more
space for the whole family.
The little girl was fast asleep, seeming not to have a
care in the world.
“You are growing so fast,” Abby whispered. “I can’t
believe it. And I will soon have to start telling you
about who we really are…”
Abiona had to admit she was a little worried about how
Diana would react, once she learned she was meant to
pursue a lineage of witches. She was afraid her
daughter’s feisty nature would make it difficult for her
to be serene about it all.
“We will just have to wait and see, I suppose,” she
thought as she leaned to kiss Diana.
Francis finally had someone to play with once school
was over. Although they loved each other, the children
both had strong personalities and it showed.
“You’re dead! Ah!” he shouted, triumphant.
“No! I’m not! You can’t kill me, I’m a girl.”
“That’s not a rule! You made it up!”
Francis was annoyed that his sister didn’t listen to
him. “I told you, you’re the one who has to die.”
“No! If you don’t die, then I don’t die!”
“That’s not the way it works!”
“I don’t care! You can’t make me die if I don’t want,”
said Diana. “See? I'm avoiding you!”
And so on, they would keep on arguing every time they
played together, secretly enjoying the bantering and
having a blast.
Diana had received a violin as a birthday gift and she
spent a lot of time practicing. Evidently, at first, the
sounds coming from the instrument were less than
“Ow! My ears are bleeding!” Francis mocked her, one
“You try it, you will be even worse,” Diana retorted,
mocking him back.
“Ugh, no thanks. It’s a waste of time.”
“You’re just jealous because I can play better than
“I am not! Because you’re bad!” Francis exclaimed.
Diana quickly put her violin down and went over to her
“Papa, Francis is mean to me!”
“Snitch,” murmured the boy, before being forced to
But later, when he was sure Diana was not looking,
Francis took the violin and played with the cords a
little. He had to admit to himself that his sister was
right, this was not easy at all! Of course, he would
never tell that to Diana!
Both Jake and Abiona tried to talk their children into
being nicer to one another.
“You know, Francis, you are older. You should not
always be tormenting your sister like that.”
“But she always starts,” he protested.
“Really?” asked a sceptical Jake.
“Well… maybe not always.”
“So, can I count on you to act like a gentleman?”
“I’ll try, Papa. But it won’t be easy.”
“That’s all I’m asking, that you try,” Jake answered.
“You know, one day, your mother and I won’t be here
anymore. You and Diana will need to be there for each
“Sweetheart, I’ve noticed that Francis and you fight
quite often,” Abiona started.
“We don’t fight, Mama. It’s just for fun. I like to see
him get mad,” Diana giggled. “It’s so easy to make him
“I just want to make sure that you know when to stop,
Diana. It might be fun now, but if you keep acting like
this, maybe one day Francis will stay mad at you.”
“Okay, Mama. I’ll try not to make him get mad on
purpose anymore,” she replied with a sigh.
Abiona hugged her. “You’re a good girl, Diana.”
But Diana was also starting to become more curious.
She would ask questions about anything and everythig
and would try to snoop around as soon as she had the
One thing that she was especially curious about was
the library, in the boudoir. She felt as if something was
wrong about it.
“I’m sure something is hidden on one of the shelves,”
she thought, looking at it once more, one night.
She had moved every book she could reach, and
nothing. “I’m sure it’s on the upper shelf!” She was
determined to find out if there was something
mysterious about the bookshelf.
When she heard footsteps, she would quickly move
Abiona had noticed her daughter’s habit and was both
happy and worried about it. She was glad because she
knew Diana, being so curious, would never be as
clueless as she had been. But she also feared Diana
discovering something too soon, or in the wrong way.
Abby would lay awake, sometimes, thinking about it
all. She didn't exactly know what to do, what to tell her
daughter. She was still so young! And she herself was
not exactly a powerful witch. She did not think her
powers were something she could brag about.
But most of all, she was afraid Diana might discover
something and show it to Jake or Francis. That would
be bad, really bad. Linda had been very clear about
the secrecy witches had to keep.
Until now, neither her husband nor her son had
suspected anything was different about her of Diana.
It had to remain that way.
So, she decided it would be best to start preparing her
daughter to the truth.
“Diana, I know you’ve been snooping around the house
lately,” she softly said.
The little girl was caught off guard. She didn’t think
anyone had noticed. “You do?” she asked, worried.
“Yes. I would just like to know what it is you are
looking for, exactly.”
“I – I don’t know, Mama,” she replied, looking at her
hands. “I just like to think that something special is
“You have a very vivid imagination. But, you know,
sweetheart, maybe there is something special hidden,”
Abby said, with a mysterious look.
“There is?” Diana asked, surprised.
“Maybe. But I want you to promise me you will not go
looking for anything until I tell you it’s time, okay?”
“No buts. I know you’re curious and I want you to
know that someday, when you’re older, I will tell you a
secret. It will be our secret, you cannot tell anyone else
“Why can’t I know now?” Diana pleaded.
“Because, you have to earn it. You have to show me
that you are responsible enough for me to confide in
you. And that means no more searching, as well as
being a good girl. Do you understand? Can I count on
you to be patient?”
Diana did not like what her mother was saying but she
felt she didn’t really have a choice. She really wanted
to know the secret!
“Yes, Mama,” she sighed. “Can I go play, now?”
“Sure you can,” Abiona answered, looking at her
daughter running towards her room.
She didn’t know if Diana would actually stop snooping
around, but she knew the appeal of the secret would
keep her somewhat in check. Anyways, she was not
worried about Diana finding her cauldron and her
book. Their hiding place was perfect.
Not long after, Diana and Francis were taking
advantage of the boy’s last day as a child and playing
together with the doll house.
They would still bicker about silly things, but all in all,
their parents’ speeches had made a difference.
“So, Diana, you’re going to say…”
“No, I decide what I say.”
“Hum, okay,” Francis replied, trying to remember what
Jake had told him about being a gentleman.
“Really?” Diana was surprised her brother was not
“Yes. I don’t want to fight today. I will be older
tomorrow and older boys don’t fight with little girls,” he
“I’m not a little girl! I will grow up, too!”
“Not tomorrow. And, you will always be little compared
Francis was the first in the family to actually have a
real birthday party. Many of his parents’ friends had
come over to see him blow his candles.
He was thrilled about becoming a teenager. He would
finally be able to do whatever he wanted. Maybe even
find some work and become someone’s boss. Or meet
girls. This was all very exciting.
Leaning on his cake, his wished for all of that, while
As he grabbed a piece of his cake, he started to think
about what he wanted to do with his life. He decided it
would be a good idea to become the best doctor in the
County, a powerful man. He knew he would have to
learn a lot of things to get there, but he felt confident
he could do it.
As Abiona danced with Diana, Jake looked at his
daughter. He couldn’t believe his son was going to be a
man before long and that his little girl was going to be
a lady, soon. It was all going too fast.
After all the guests had gone home, Abiona and Jake
sat to eat some of the cake leftovers.
“Abby, I have to tell you, you’ve given me the two most
beautiful children in the world,” Jake beamed.
“Well, they both really know what they want, but I
think we’re doing a good job making them realize they
have to compromise, sometimes,” she smiled.
“You’ve noticed that they fight less?”
“I have. And I think you being home with them makes
a huge difference, Jake. I’m sure they would have been
a lot worse if we had left them with that nanny
Jake chuckled. “That might be true.”
“I don’t know if I’ve thanked you enough for being
here,” Abiona said to her husband.
“You don’t need to, sweetheart,” he answered, looking
her in the eyes with love.
Although her brother was a teenager, Diana still felt it
was her duty to remind him that he was not all that.
“Francis!” she screamed when he was least expecting
“Ah! Diana! Stop following me around!”
“Come play with me,” she pleaded, following as he was
trying to leave the room.
“Diana, you’re a child. I’m a man.”
She laughed. “You’re not a man! You still go to school,
just like me.”
“Just stop following me, okay? I have things to do.
“Like homework?” she mocked.
“You can't understand. Leave me alone,” he retorted as
he walked away.
He loved Diana, but she needed to realize that they
were different, now. He was not going to go complain to
his father as he had done when he was younger. He
was older; he had to take care of his problems on his
Diana went back to her room and started to play with
“He says he doesn’t want to play with us,” she began,
taking a manly voice as if her male doll was talking.
“Yes, he has important things to do,” she made the
female doll reply in a high-pitched tone.
“He is mean,” Diana made the other doll say.
“Well, it doesn’t matter. We don’t need him,” the female
“You’re right. Besides, we have a secret, a real one,”
Diana stated in the manly voice.
“I hope we find out what it is soon...”
Diana had not forgotten about what her mother had
told her and she had not told anyone either.
She came really close, though, when one of her
classmates had followed her home after school.
“Do you want to play cops and robbers?” she asked
“I thought we could play truth or dare, instead.”
“You go first,” he told her. “Truth or dare?”
Diana hesitated a second. “Truth.”
“What’s your biggest secret?”
She thought about what Abiona had said, about how it
had to be only between the two of them. “My biggest
secret? I… I don’t have one,” she giggled, nervous.
“Everybody has a secret!” the little boy replied.
“Well, I don’t. So, I change my mind, I want a dare.”
“Okay, then. I dare you to hop around your house on
one foot! Twice!”
“That’s easy!” Diana laughed as she started to hop.
Meanwhile, Abiona was still focused on her ultimate
goal: supervising all the newspapers in the County.
She was practicing the speeches she would give her
future employees as soon as she had a minute.
As for Jake, he had taken over the care of the garden.
He quite liked the idea of growing his own food and he
was good at it, too.
He had planted an apple tree and was now cultivating
more diverse vegetables. He hoped, in the future, to be
able to sell his produce. That would make him proud.
He also made sure everything in the house was clean
and cooked almost every meal. To him, it was not a
burden. He liked seeing Abby so happy about her
frequent promotions and he wanted to make sure his
children were well fed.
Francis, on the other hand, did not like to see his
father do all of this. To him, it made no sense.
“Papa, why don’t you tell Mama or Diana to do that?”
he said with disdain, as he watched Jake wash the
“Well, your mother is busy, she needs to work if she
wants to get that new promotion.”
“But she’s a woman! She’s not supposed to put work
before the care of her house!”
“Francis, that’s not how it works here, and you know
“Why don’t you say something?” the teenager
exclaimed, feeling outraged.
“Because I like the way things are, believe it or not.”
“How can you like cleaning and cooking? You’re a
“That’s enough!” Jake replied, raising his voice. “This
was a choice we made and I am perfectly happy with
“When I have my own house…”
“Yes,” Jake interrupted him, “when you live in your
own house, you do as you wish. Until then, you are
living under my roof and I will not let you say anything
more on the subject. Do I make myself clear?”
Jake had told Abiona about his conversation with
Francis and she was really concerned.
“Darling, since when do you believe it is a woman’s job
to stay home to clean and wash?” she asked him,
“I… All the other mothers do it,” he defended himself.
He could see his mother was upset.
“So? Because everybody does something, does it make
it impossible to do things differently?” Abiona asked,
disappointed with her son's attitude.
“You told me you want to be a doctor,” she added.
“What if I told you that normally, only the sons of
wealthy and important men could become doctors, in
Shelterwoods? And since we are neither wealthy nor
important, that means your dream will never come
“I don’t care about that! I will make it, no matter what
people say or think and I will show those rich
people…” Francis exclaimed before pausing. “Oh,” he
simply added, realizing what his mother was implying.
“That’s right, honey. You have a goal and you will do
everything it takes to make to reach it. And that is
what I’m doing.”
“I understand, Mama. I'm sorry.”
“Good. I knew you would. Now, I think you also owe
your father an apology.”
“Papa, may I join you?” Francis asked, very early the
“I spoke with Mama and she made me realize that
everyone has their own dreams and that it’s okay to do
things differently in order to accomplish them.”
“Good. I’m glad you’re conscious of that, now. Not
every family is the same; you will see that as you get
older. And you need to know that I love taking care of
our home as well as of you and your sister. This is my
“I know that now. I’ve already apologized to Mama but
I want to tell you I’m sorry, too. I should never have
questioned your actions.”
“I accept your apology, son. Now, I’ll beat you at
chess!” Jake smirked.
A few days later, it was Abiona’s turn to age. She really
didn’t want to. She wasn’t ready to become an elder,
especially since she was not even the head of the Old
Shelterton Herald let alone of all the papers in the
She waited until the children were in school and it was
only her and Jake. She did not particularly want other
people see her become grey-haired.
Then, she thought about everything she had
accomplished so far. She had left her home not
knowing who she really was and with almost nothing.
Now, she had a loving husband, two wonderful
children who would no doubt do great things and a
Of course, she was nowhere near becoming a really
powerful witch, but she still hoped to learn more
during the years she had left. And soon, she would
have to tell Diana everything.
She wished for her daughter to react positively to the
Abiona couldn’t stop staring at her reflection.
“I look so old,” she sighed.
Jake could see that his wife was not welcoming old age
with open arms.
“Abby, tell me, what’s wrong?”
“I… I’m all wrinkly,” she moaned.
“Well, you’re not. You’re still young. Why would you
want to stay with an old lady like me?”
Jake laughed, as he brushed her cheek. “Sweetie, I will
always think you are the prettiest woman in the
“But I’m not…”
“To me, you are. Besides, it won’t be very long until I
get wrinkly, too,” he winked.
They kissed and Abiona could feel he was telling the
truth. Once again, she felt extremely lucky to have met
him. She could not have wished for a better husband.
Sometimes, she really wanted to tell him everything
about her powers...
Later on, when Francis and Diana came home from
school, Abiona was at work. So, they did not see her
until the next morning.
“Mama, why is your hair grey, now?” asked Diana.
“She had her birthday, idiot!” replied Francis, sitting
down for breakfast.
“Francis! Don’t talk like that to your sister! But, yes,
Diana, it was my birthday. I aged.”
“Why didn’t you wait for us? I wanted to see your
cake,” complained the girl.
“I know. I would have liked you to be there, too. But
sometimes, grown-ups like to be by themselves,” Abby
responded, smiling at Jake.
Francis was feeling uncomfortable, seeing his parents
hinting at their intimacy.
“Well,” continued Diana, “I like your grey hair, Mama.”
“Yes, I like it, too,” nodded Jake.
“Thank you. I will get used to it, I suppose.”
“Soon, it will be my birthday, right?” repeated Diana,
for the tenth time that morning. It was coming up and
it seemed she couldn’t think about anything else. And
seeing her mother aging was another reminder that
she was going to grow up soon, too.
“Yes! Stop harassing us with your birthday!” exclaimed
Francis. Diana stuck her tongue out at him.
“I remember you were quite excited about becoming a
teenager yourself,” said Jake, as he was getting up.
Francis kept his comment to himself, not wanting
another lecture. But his sister was really annoying
And so, the next day, Diana was standing in front of
her very own birthday cake.
Francis was not there. He apparently had found some
work with the local apothecary. But truthfully, he was
somewhat relieved. He already had heard enough
about his sister’s birthday.
Diana’s party was actually very intimate. It was just
her and her parents. But she didn’t mind. She didn’t
want a lot of people around because she knew her
mother would not tell her the secret if others could ear.
Jake was happy to see his daughter age, but he was
also sad. His youngest child was becoming a woman.
He wished she was still the small baby he could cuddle
As for Abiona, she knew the moment to tell Diana
everything was right around the corner. She could also
see that Diana was eager to know.
Besides, Diana was sure she had been a good girl.
Well, mostly. Her mother had to tell her, now that she
would be older! She couldn’t wait to know whatever it
“I wish the secret is really, really big!” she wished, as
she blew her candles.
Diana looked more like her mother than ever before.
She was quite the lovely young lady. Her father was
certain she would break some hearts.
But, essentially, Diana wanted to have a life filled with
pleasure. Her biggest dream was to create games for
This is where I leave you for now! Aren't they cute? So
in love! Aww!
Now that Diana is a teenager, will Abiona tell her she's
a witch? How will she react? Will the Ward women be
able to keep it their secret? Will Francis and Diana
ever really get along? And will Abiona reach her LTW
Thank you for reading and as always, please fell free to
comment on Boolprop! Happy simming! :)
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