Welcome back to A Loving Legacy! Chapter 2.4!
Last chapter Juliet pictured above in the middle met her cousin Victoria and they
quickly became close friends. Aimee and Weldon found out that they were pregnant
again much to their surprise. Rosaline pictured above on the right grew up into a kid
along with her cousin Alexandra. The four girls all got to meet each other and play
together. Aimee had Romeo pictured above on the left and he grew up into an
adorable little toddler. Lastly Juliet and Victoria grew up into teenagers. Juliet rolled
family with the lifetime want of reaching the top of the education career and Victoria
rolled pleasure wanting to become a master chef.
Now onto the chapter...
“Are you being serious?” Juliet asked Victoria with a smile as they stood in the
London's house on a Tuesday evening. Juliet and Victoria had recently become
teenagers and Juliet had come over to study with Victoria for a big history test the
next day. The two girls had both been exceedingly shocked at how much harder the
classes were as teenagers, their easy writing and arithmetic classes had turned into
the much more confusing classes of British Literature, Algebra, and more hard
subjects to add to the mix.
“Of course I am!” Victoria raised her hand and stared at her cousin, the last thing she
wanted to do was study for some boring history test that she was probably going to
fail anyway regardless of how much she studied, Victoria was horrible at test taking.
“Come on Juliet,” Victoria continued, “we are teenagers now meaning we no longer
have to be cooped up being forced to play stupid board games with our parents
against our will, we have freedom now and it is the perfect time seeming that my dad
is at some school board meeting and my mom is sleeping. We can easily leave and I
have heard so much about the clubs downtown and can't wait till Friday to go and
think about the potential guys for dating!”
Juliet listened to her cousins rebellious plan, she really was in no hurry to head
downtown and she really did not want to get in trouble, “I don't know Victoria, mom,
dad, and grandma would freak if they found out!”
“Which is why they are not going to!” Victoria rolled her eyes and waved her hand to
the side, “I used to sneak out as a kid constantly, granted I only went as far at the
neighborhood park, but still I never got caught!”
“But I'm supposed to be home by 10:30 and it takes at least 15 minutes to even get
to downtown!” Juliet insisted thinking up of an excuse to not go downtown, despite
getting in trouble the whole idea of downtown gave her the creeps, I mean who even
knows what kind of sims could be hanging out there!
“Relax, I already have that under control, just call your rents and tell them that this
test has so much information and that you need to stay over night in order to get it all
done, your parents won't care, they are way cooler than mine!” Victoria grinned
thinking how brilliant she was.
“Uhhh,” Juliet stuttered trying to think of another excuse, “We still need to study for
that test, I mean it's a really big deal!” she insisted, granted this was no a problem
seeming as Juliet had studied before coming over knowing that she would of gotten
nothing done with Victoria getting off topic every 5 seconds, but she still needed an
“Oh please, we will study on the way okay?” Victoria cried knowing this was a lie, “Now
will you shut up and just come, I mean you're a family sim right? You might meet your
prince charming or whatever!”
Juliet sighed, “I just don't think this a very good idea can't we wait till it's Friday, we will
be able to stay out longer.”
“No, we cannot wait, the very perfect guy could be waiting for you right now and then
tomorrow he will be gone and you would of missed your chance! I promise nothing bad
will happen!” Victoria urged raising her hands.
“Uhh,” Juliet stuttered apprehensively
“Come on, I promise we will be safe!” Victoria insisted crossing her arms in annoyance.
“You promise?” Juliet asked unsure.
“I promise now let's go!” Victoria whined itching to get out of her house.
“I thought you said we would be safe!” Juliet demanded as they both stood in front of
flaming platforms that had just erupted into giant orange flames. They had just
arrived at a club called P.U.R.E and Juliet already knew this was a bad idea.
“We are!” Victoria retorted walking up to the flames, “They are just decorations
Juliet began to ask questions quickly wanting to already leave, “Fine, but why are
there bars on the doors? Is this some sort of jail or something? What if there are like
criminals in there?”
“Will you relax!” Victoria cried staring at Juliet, “It's called an atmosphere they are
trying to create, now will you just chill and come inside with me?”
“This place is so cool!” Victoria yelled over the loud blaring music as they entered the
main dance floor with neon yellow and red lights twirling all over the black tile floor.
“Don't you notice something missing?” Juliet yelled back looking at the people who
were dancing on the floor.
Victoria looked around only seeing an awesome club just like she had imagined,
“There are no teenagers here!” Juliet answered watching the adults dance and drink
“So what!” Victoria insisted walking away from Juliet beginning to dance, she was
here to have fun and was not going to let her goodie cousins ruin it for her.
In fact Victoria did not let the fact that there were no teenagers stop of her from
meeting guys, of course she knew that she could not pursue a relationship with them
at the time, but it was always good to build up possible contacts for dates when she
grew older. She and William actually became quick friends seeming as he liked to
party and go clubbing as much as she did and he even told her to call him when she
was older which was a little disconcerting, but being a typical pleasure sim she was
always up for a date, no matter how weird the guy.
The new acquaintance soon became a problem though when some guy yelled at
William claiming that he was way out of line for coming onto a teenager. William
being rather quick tempered took much offense to the accusation angrily shoving the
Soon enough Victoria saw the two guys downright attacking each other in the middle
of the dance floor. How awesome is it that I started a fight! Victoria thought cheering
as the two men brutally beat up each other.
Juliet on the other hand did not find the fight nearly as cool as Victoria did as she
grimaced in the corner. She did not understand why they would be so violet with
each other especially over such an absurd matter. Juliet couldn't even hurt a fly
without feeling bad about it later and she couldn't even imagine hurting another
Not being able to handle the fight, Juliet headed into the other dance room, that was
not filled with people. She enjoyed the emptiness and noticed the glowing giant
object that stood in the middle room. It intrigued her and she decided to step on it.
She had heard about these things before, apparently they spun you around sort of
like a ride at an amusement park. It seemed easy and fun enough so she decided to
Though she soon found out that her prediction had been very very wrong and she
found herself crashing to the bottom of the thing hitting her head hard. Her body
ached in pain and she moaned as it jerked her back and forth. She wondered how to
stop the thing, but she noticed it was slowly, very slowly, slowing down and in the
meantime she rocked around in pain.
When the thing finally stopped she began to slowly stand up her aching body, she
grabbed her butt which had been hit the hardest. Beside her a teenage boy watched
her curiously staring at Juliet as she slowly stood, “Are you okay?” he asked her.
When she finally stood, she looked over at the boy her jaw hanging open. She had
thought there were no teenagers of any kind here especially cute ones like him and
here he had just seen her crash embarrassingly to the ground. “Uhh yeah I'm fine”
she managed to say, her cheeks probably flushing.
The guy smiled across from her, “Those things are killer, I once tried the hard level
and practically killed my back from it.”
“Uh huh,” Juliet nodded still in shock, she still couldn't believe that he had seen her
“So what's your name? I'm sure you don't want me to remember you as the girl who
fell,” he laughed.
Juliet flushed staring at him, “Juliet,” she answered practically whispering.
“Huh cool like that famous play, I'm Alvin like those chipmunks who sing and seem to
be all famous.”
Juliet laughed nervously staring at him. “I'm actually happy to see you,” he continued,
“I thought this whole place was only filled with adults.”
“Yeah me too,” Juliet agreed.
“Yeah for awhile I thought I was in an adult club or something which sort of freaked
me out since I'm not even supposed to be out in the first place,” Alvin said with a grin.
Juliet smiled gaining more confidence, “Really? I'm not supposed to be out either, my
parents would ground me for life if they knew I was here.”
“Ha really? Yeah mine..” then Alvin paused hearing his phone beep, he pulled it out
and looked at the time, “speaking of that” he continued, “I've got to like nowish but
nice meeting you Juliet, don't kill yourself on the electro dance sphere alright?” He
then quickly left the club thinking primarily on getting home in time. Juliet watch him
with a smile then grew angry at herself for not getting his information, she would
probably never see him again.
Juliet returned to the main dance room with a giddy smile thinking about Alvin and
how cute he had been. She realized how stupid she had been though for not getting
his number or asking where he went to school. She soon frowned noticing that
Victoria was sitting at the bar.
“Victoria!” she snapped noticing the glass cup in her hand.
Victoria looked up at her cousin annoyed trying to hide the cup under the counter,
“You aren't fooling anyone!” Juliet told her.
“It's one drink Jules and maybe you should have one too, loosen up some!” Victoria
“Uh how about no, we are both under age and you should not even be drinking that!”
“Which is why I will be confiscating this!” Brandon Lillard, a random townie, said
grabbing Victoria's drink off the table in front of her.
“Um excuse me, do you work here?” Victoria asked annoyed, he wasn't in uniform in
fact he was wearing a freaking kilt.
Juliet stared at the man oddly as he walked away with Victoria's drink, Victoria swore
she saw him then begin to drink it, she had paid for that drink!
“What the hell!” Victoria snapped.
“Whatever you shouldn't have been drinking that anyway!” Juliet cried.
“Yeah but still, what a freaking jerk!”
“Oh shit!” Juliet snapped quickly looking around the room seeing something that
made her freak out.
“Did Juliet Loving just cuss!” Victoria cried shocked looking up at her cousin, she had
never heard Juliet say any kind of bad word, especially a curse word.
“Victoria!” she yelled looking at the dance floor closely.
“What!” Victoria asked.
“Look!” Juliet yelled.
Victoria stood up and walked over to the dance floor with Juliet to see what she had
been looking at, “Damn!” Victoria cried, “Grandmas should so not be able to move
like that,” she looked at Samantha in horror.
“Shhh will you be quiet!” Juliet snapped, “She's gonna hear us! We have to get out of
Victoria ignored her watching Samantha carefully, “She's actually a pretty good
dancer, I never would of imagined she could move like that!”
Juliet stood impatiently incredibly worried, they had to get out of here without
Samantha seeing them or else they were both toast.
Victoria noticed Samantha had begun to shake her behind back and forth on the
dance floor, she turned to Juliet disgusted, “Okay, this is beginning to get gross!”
“Ugh” Juliet agreed staring at her grandmother, but then she snapped back to reality,
“We have to get to out of here!” she snapped.
“Okay let's jet!” Victoria cried in agreement, she wanted to get out of there as much
as Juliet because if her parents found out about this they would bitch to her about it
for months, but it was too late because Samantha had looked over and saw them,
she had too look twice, but she couldn't mistake her two granddaughters.
Victoria grew nervous but decided to play it cool, “Grandma, hey! How funny is it that
we are at the same club huh? I mean what are the chances!” Victoria gave a small
smile that Samantha surly did not return.
She turned to look at both girls, “Do you girls realize that it is almost 12 on a school
night!” Samantha lectured angrily
Juliet nervously stood swaying back and forth on her feet speechless, this is exactly
what she had been afraid of. “Wow really is it that late?” Victoria asked pretending to
be in shock, she was going to try her hardest to get away with this.
Samantha glared at them, “Yes girls it is and what I really would like to know girls is
why you lied about studying for your history test!”
“Oh you see grandma it is sort of funny!” Victoria began with a clam face, Juliet
groaned knowing this explanation was going to be anything but reasonable, Victoria
continued, “We were you know studying history when we came across taverns which
are basically like what we call clubs today, and I mean the first one in like
Massachusetts or something, and you know people went there to talk about the
latest gossip and politics or whatever, so we thought hey what not a better way to get
the full tavern experience than by going to one, so we did and boy have we learned a
lot like how people fight and gossip and you know all this other awesome historical
stuff, I mean really grandma I think we will both ace the test!”
Samantha crossed her arms, “You really expect me to believe that garbage Victoria!”
“Uhh yeahh” Victoria mumbled, Juliet sighed beside her thinking how her life was
Samantha frowned staring at her granddaughters, being a pleasure sim she knew
better than anyone how important fun was, but her motherly instinct told her
otherwise. She looked at both of them knowing that Victoria had probably dragged
Juliet out because Juliet would of never done anything like this on her own.
She lifted her hand to lecture some more, “Look girls, I understand the need for
teenage fun, but I do not agree with doing so on a school night as well as lying about
“Yeah William!” Victoria cheered beside Samantha completely ignoring her watching
William break dance.
Samantha glowered at her, “We are leaving now!”
“Are you going to tell our parents about this?” Juliet asked while they all walked out
“I'm not sure what other explanation I can give them,” Samantha answered walking
slowly behind them.
“That you forced us to go to P.U.R.E against our will!” Victoria suggested.
“Seeming as your mother knows you, I don't think she would buy that!” Samantha
said giving a small smile.
Victoria scowled annoyed, angry that she had gotten caught and angry about the
punishment that soon would lay before her. Juliet also was angry, but for a different
reason, she was angry at herself for going rather than listening to her gut feeling.
Sure enough the two girls found themselves grounded to their houses that weekend
forced to spend their first weekend as teenagers stuck at home. Victoria was of
course completely choleric about the whole situation wanting to sneak out any
second, but of course her parents knew better having added a security system that
made the front door beep every time it was opened.
“I can not believe this! Here we are stuck at our freaking houses on our first Friday
night as teenagers!” Victoria snapped on the phone to Juliet, “The only reason I even
have my phone is because I stole it from my parents hiding place of it!”
Juliet stood on the other side of the line in the upstairs hallway, her parents never
told her that she wasn't aloud to use the phone so she assumed it was okay, and if it
wasn't they were downstairs watching some children's movie with Rosaline.
“I mean honestly Victoria, we sort of deserved it, I mean we lied,” she said knowing
that Victoria would surly disagree.
“Oh come on like our parents have never lied before!” Victoria snapped.
“Yeah but I mean, we could of waited till Friday to go downtown!”
“There was no way I could of waited!” Victoria spat, “I have been waiting to go
downtown since I was like 5!”
Juliet let out a small laugh, “Right Victoria, because 5 year olds know all about the
“Whatever, look the thing is there is no freaking way I can stay in this house all
weekend! I am already to my limit in annoyance with my parents and sister and it is
only Friday!” Victoria whined , her parents had already made her baby sit Alexandra
and do chores around the house which were two things Victoria extremely hated.
Juliet held a concerned expression on the other end, “Look Vic, just relax okay. I
really don't want you to get into even more trouble making you unable to go out next
weekend too! Just listen to some music and hey catch up on all the homework we
Victoria groaned, “Homework! Ugh, that would just add to the horrible misery I am in
“Just please try to stay home!” Juliet demanded trying to sound mean though that
was sort of impossible for her.
“Mmmh I'll try,” Victoria mumbled not sounding too convincing.
Victoria didn't try hard enough because the next morning Juliet looked up from
tickling Romeo in his nursery to see Victoria standing there in the doorway with a
smug expression her face.
“Hey, hey are you the new nanny?” Victoria asked.
“No is it a crime to want to play with your siblings?” Juliet responded continuing to
tickle Romeo who was giggling excessively and yelling for more.
“What are you doing here? I thought you promised to stay home, and really how did
you get here, I thought your parents have a door alarm system?” Juliet asked.
“I went through the garage door,” Victoria said walking up to Juliet and Romeo, “they
weren't smart enough to put an alarm there and like I said last night, I couldn't handle
that place for another second and you guys left your front door unlocked!”
Juliet sighed holding Romeo in her arms, “Down!” he demanded looking up at her.
“Can you say please?” Juliet asked him.
“Peese?” he repeated in his tiny little voice.
“Sure buddy!” Juliet placed him on the ground watching him head quickly over to the
“That is why I am never having kids, they are so freaking demanding!” Victoria cried
looking over at Romeo for a second.
Juliet, being a family sim, strongly disagreed but didn't feel like going into it, “Victoria
you shouldn't be here, grandma is downstairs and my parents could be home
“Relax will you? I just came to say hi and get out of my prison cell of a house for a
little while! Come on Juliet you have to admit you had fun Thursday night okay?”
Juliet stood silently thinking of Alvin whom she hadn't thought much about since that
night and a small smile came to her face, “Maybe a little bit” she admitted
“Ha knew it!” Victoria grinned, “Sorry about the whole adult thing though.”
“No it was fine, I met one teenager,” Juliet smiled again thinking of Alvin and how
cute he was, why had she been so dumb to not get his information!
“Oh my gosh! Who?” Victoria cried out excitedly.
“His name was Alvin, but it is really not a big deal because I am never going to see
him again,” Juliet answered wishing she could see him again.
Victoria grew anxious wanting to know more about this mysterious Alvin, “Oh come
on you have to tell me more than that! Was he cute?”
Juliet looked over at Romeo and Rosaline ,who had just come in, playing and
drawing together , she didn't really want to keep talking about Alvin because
Rosaline would then proceed to ask her a billion questions and then probably tell
Aimee and Weldon about it and then it would just become this big deal when she isn't
even going to see the guy again.
“Ignore the rugrats for a second, tell me about Alvin!” Victoria demanded.
“Excuse me! I am not a rugrat!” Rosaline urged standing up to look up at Victoria with
a stern expression, she hated how little she seemed to Juliet and Victoria ever since
they had grown up.
“Anyone I have to look this far down to talk to is a rugrat,” Victoria responded.
Rosaline placed her hands on her hips wanting to prove otherwise, “I can do
everything you can!” she insisted.
“Sure you can Ros, we know.” Juliet interrupted before Victoria could respond.
Suddenly the sound of the front door opening was heard along with the voices of
Aimee and Weldon, “Mommy and daddy are home!” Rosaline cried running out of the
room forgetting about the argument.
Juliet and Victoria headed into the hallway. “You have got to get out of here!” Juliet
“Not until you tell me more about Alvin!” Victoria exhorted not at all concerned about
her aunt and uncle downstairs, the worst that could happen was that they would see
and then they would probably be like oh whatever just go home, she often wished
her parents could be cool like them.
“No! You need to leave, I'll tell you some other time!” Juliet did not want anymore
“Fine whatever, but you owe me a story!”
“Yeah sure, just leave please! Oh and go through the garage!”
Victoria made it home safely and the two girls managed to survive the rest of the
weekend, Victoria of course in a displeased manner, but she managed. Juliet on the
other hand was okay with staying home and being with the family she loved though
she was still unhappy with herself for lying to them.
Samantha smiled at her granddaughter Sunday afternoon watching her do her
chores, she knew that Juliet was a very good kid and that lying was something that
was not in her nature.
When Juliet returned from taking the trash out Samantha walked up to her with a
smile, “Juliet I am very proud of you, the way you take care of your siblings and work
hard is wonderful!”
Juliet let out a small smile, “Thanks grandma, I am really sorry about what happened,
I feel awful about the whole thing and will never do anything like that again!”
“I know sweetie, just make sure to always listen to your gut feeling okay?” Samantha
told her knowing that she had been convinced by Victoria to go.
“I will grandma thanks,” Juliet smiled hugging her grandmother feeling much better
than she had all weekend.
The remaining of the winter season began to pass quickly in the Loving household.
Romeo was growing bigger everyday learning more and more. The second the kid
learned a nursery rhyme he began to sing it all over the house nonstop.
His favorite person was Samantha who played with him everyday always putting a
smile on his face. Samantha loved her only grandson who was sweet and full of
energy. He loved to laugh and have fun, but when he wanted something, he made it
very clear to everyone, his little voice could become very loud.
Rosaline was always growing up quickly her birthday coming closer and closer each
day and she could not wait to be a teenager like Juliet. In fact she spent most of her
time following Juliet around the house asking what she was doing. Juliet did not mind
too much though and was happy to include her in her activities. She loved Rosaline
and wanted to be the best big sister that she could for her.
Though sometimes having Rosaline follow her around all the time could get a little bit
annoying especially when she was doing something important. “Hey Jules what are
you doing?” Rosaline asked her one evening on a school night.
“I'm doing homework, I have a ton of it!” Juliet answered focusing strongly on writing
her essay for english.
“Oh,” Rosaline mumbled disappointed she had finished her homework hours ago,
“well can we play afterwards?”
“I don't think so Ros, it will be your bedtime by then okay.”
“Oh, well okay then,” Rosaline said sadly walking away, she had really wanted to
play with Juliet before she went to bed.
Juliet made sure she spent plenty of time with Rosaline though, reading her a story
before she went to bed every single night. It was Rosaline's favorite part of the day.
“And they lived happily ever after,” Juliet finished shutting the book with a smile.
“Do stories always end happily ever after?” Rosaline asked looking up at Juliet with
wide eyes, every story and movie she had ever heard or seen had ended happy.
“No Ros not all stories do, but many do,” Juliet answered with a small smile.
“Oh why can't all of them?” Rosaline asked.
Juliet looked down at Rosaline's childish face as she held big eyes, “Because life
would be boring that way,” she answered, “Now you should go to bed.” She
continued not wanting to talk about this further.
In contrast, Victoria and Alexandra held a very different sibling relationship compared
to their cousins which was not as pleasant. The same night, Alexandra also wanted a
bedtime story, but both of her parents were busy with work and had told her to ask
She entered Victoria's pink room, which Victoria hated, to see her playing a video
game. She knew that Victoria would probably not be very kind, but she hoped this
once that she would maybe do something nice for her, she had never gone to bed
without hearing a story first.
“Hey Victoria?” she asked looking up at her sister in her colored pajama pants.
“What!” Victoria snapped annoyed intensely focusing on her video game which she
was so close to winning, but couldn't seem to be able to slay the final dragon.
“Can you read me a bed time story?” Alexandra asked quietly walking up to Victoria.
“Can't you see I'm busy!” Victoria answered harshly, she was so close and had no
time to deal with her annoying little sister.
Alexandra was not going to give up. “Please!”
“No! Ask mom and and dad!” Victoria retorted.
“They can't they are busy, so please, it will only take a few minutes I promise!”
Alexandra told her sister.
Annoyed Victoria put down her game which she was sucking at due to distraction
and looked down at her sister in her childish green pajamas, “Do you really think I
want to read you a dumb story?!” she asked sharply.
“No, but I would like if you did because I really want one!” Alexandra said softly
looking up at sister.
“Well to bad because I am not going to read you a stupid story Alexandra!” Victoria
“Please Victoria” Alexandra asked one last time ignoring her sisters mean attitude
toward her, she had grown used to it.
“NO!” Victoria yelled having reached her limit, “Now get out of my room you little brat,
and don't ever come in here again without knocking first!”
Sadly Alexandra walked out, she wondered why she couldn't have a sister like Juliet
who might actually be nice to her. Alexandra knew that she was different from most
people, and she was fine with that, but sometimes her sisters harsh words could hit
her hard and hurt her.
“Move!” Victoria yelled again as Alexandra reached the door, she found her sister to
be the most annoying person on the planet and hated any sort of interaction that she
had with her.
Little did Victoria know, Charity had heard the whole thing. Charity who had decided
to go read Alexandra a bed story herself heard that she had ended up asking
Victoria. She knew that Victoria was not always the kindest to her sister and tolerated
some of the bickering, but she had never known it to be that bad and it greatly
disturbed her. Charity's biggest fear was that the two girls would end up hating each
other never being able to patch up their differences.
She knew better than most people what it was like to want to destroy your sister, but
she also knew how important having your sister there for you is. She was also
strongly perturbed by Victoria's attitude and was not going to tolerate her own
daughter acting like that, but she wasn't sure what to do.
So she decided to ask her own mother for help, and one night while Samantha was
over playing chess with her was a good time to do so, “Mom, I'm having a problem”
Charity said holding up a chess piece thinking of where to move.
“What is it?” Samantha asked concerned.
“It's about Victoria” Charity answered, “Victoria and Alexandra really.”
Samantha was silent waiting for her to go on, she knew Victoria was quite a
troublesome teenager, in fact she reminded her much of herself at that age which
was rather scary.
“It's the way she treats Alexandra, it's horrible. A few days ago Alexandra asked her
to read a bedtime story and Victoria was so nasty with her about it. I fear of them
hating and never being able to be there for each other also Victoria's attitude is
unacceptable,” Charity told Samantha putting her piece down on the table.
Samantha sighed thinking about Victoria, “Victoria is quite the little spit mouth isn't
she? But honestly what you need to do is have a talk with her and tell her that her
attitude will not be tolerated. I mean make it personal rather than just a lecture, I
know you and Aimee had your problems in college.”
“Oh did we ever,” Charity mumbled thinking back.
“Well see use that as an example, I'm sure she can be reached somehow,”
“Yeah thats a good idea I'll talk to her, I just feel like I raised her better than to be that
mean you know?” Charity sighed staring at the chess table not knowing what to do.
Samantha looked up at Charity's worried expression “Charity kids learn things
everywhere and you can't blame yourself for something you can't control directly.”
“I guess,” Charity mumbled she was still unsure thinking of all the things she could of
done differently when Victoria was a kid.
“She's a good kid Charity, she just needs some guidance,” Samantha told her, this
“Yeah, I suppose so,” Charity answered quietly, though the whole ordeal still
Later that night Charity headed into Victoria's room to have a talk with her. When she
walked in she saw Victoria standing by the window playing music. “What are you
looking at?” she asked her.
Victoria jumped a little bit hearing her mothers voice, “Nothing and you didn't knock!”
“It's my house, I can enter any room I want to,” Charity answered. Victoria didn't
respond annoyed by her mother.
“We need to talk,” Charity said suddenly. Victoria grunted not turning around, “Now!”
Charity added more harshly.
Displeased Victoria sat down on the sofa next to her mother, she had no idea what
this was about, but she wanted it to be over as soon as possible. Beside her Charity
sat silently thinking of how to start this conversation.
“So are you just going to waste my time?” Victoria asked after the silence.
“No Victoria, we need to have a series discussion,” Charity said sternly.
Victoria frowned, “Mom I snuck out forever ago, we don't need to talk about this
“No it's not about that!” Charity said.
“I'm just going to be very direct about this Victoria, I over heard you the other night
yelling to your sister and I am not going to tolerate that type of behavior toward your
sister. Being mean is one thing, but Alexandra is only a child and you being her older
sister whom she looks up to, you should not be treating her like that!” Charity told her
Victoria placed her hands on her knees, “She wanted me to read her a stupid
bedtime story and I had a ton of homework!” Victoria lied.
“Victoria please, it only takes about 5 minutes to read her a story and even if you
really didn't have time there was no need for you to of been so mean about it,”
Victoria grew angry she hated being told what to do regardless of who was telling
her, “Mom seriously do you understand how freaking annoying Alexandra is like
seriously she makes me want to scream!”
Charity sighed, “Victoria London I understand that you don't necessarily have to
adore your sister, but you will respect her and be as kind as you can which I know is
not what you were doing the other night!” Charity lectured.
“Mom you don't understand how much Alexandra annoys me okay!” Victoria
snapped, respect her sister? How can you respect someone who pretends they are a
unicorn trying to save the world from an evil griffon?
“Look Victoria, I know what it is like to not be able to stand your sister. In college
Aimee told your father that I never wanted to see him again which was a lie and then
I got back at her by telling one of her two boyfriends at the time that she was
cheating on them! And for the longest time, I wanted to pretty much kill Aimee, but
Victoria we are sisters so we realized that we needed to be there for each other and
respect each others decisions in life which is what we learned to do!” Charity told her.
Victoria pondered the story, “Aunt Aimee had two boyfriends?” she asked.
Charity let out a huge sigh, “Victoria, that really wasn't the point of the whole story!”
“Okay,” Victoria mumbled with a blank expression.
Charity stared at Victoria wondering why she always had to be so difficult, “Victoria
I'm serious you need to start being nicer to Alexandra because though it may not
seem like it right now eventually she's going to become very important to you.”
“I really don't see that happening,” Victoria answered softly.
“It will and also Victoria as of right now if you aren't nicer to her expect to punished,”
Charity added with a cold expression.
Victoria rolled her eyes, “Whatever.”
Charity stood up a little bit frustrated, the talk had not gone the way she had
envisioned in her mind. She wasn't sure if she had gotten through to Victoria. She
may have and Victoria was just acting like she hadn't to prove a point or she may of
not at all and Victoria was just never going to understand the importance of having a
Victoria on the other hand wasn't sure what to think about the whole talk. She was
probably going to be nicer to her sister due to the fact that she could not risk getting
grounded again, but she could never see her self actually liking her sister or
depending on her, that whole concept seemed too far to grasp.
On a simpler note, over at the Loving household one tiny little boy was making a very
large amount of noise that was heard all over the house.
“WANT BOTTLE!” he screamed flaring his arms in the air and kicking his feet against
“I'm working on it!” Juliet answered. Juliet had placed him in the chair and could not
seem to find his bottle anywhere. She was really tired and was in no mood for his
Luckily Weldon came to the rescue coming in the kitchen with the green bottle that
had been left upstairs. He placed it on Romeo's high chair who looked up at him calm
now that he had finally gotten what he wanted.
“Oh thank boolprop, you found that thing! I'm going to bed now!” Juliet cried behind
him quickly leaving the kitchen to head upstairs exhausted.
Weldon shook his head looking down at his son who quickly gulped down the bottle,
“You sure are a demanding little one,” he said.
“I wonder where he gets that from,” Aimee said entering the kitchen with a smile.
“BED BED!” Romeo now screamed as he was done with his bottle and was now
sleepy. Weldon looked down at him and sighed picking him up to place him on the
“He definitely gets that from you!” Weldon grinned looking up at Aimee.
Aimee playfully punched Weldon in the arm with a laugh, “I don't think so mister.”
Weldon laughed back placing his hands on her hips quickly looking back at Romeo
who slept on his mat, “Thank boolprop he is the last one!”
“And that his birthday tomorrow!” Aimee added, “Can you believe it? We actually
managed to survive three toddlers!”
“We are quite amazing aren't we?” Weldon grinned getting closer to Aimee.
“Quite” Aimee smiled back wrapping her arms around him and giving him a big kiss,
she was rather amazed that she and Weldon had actually managed seeming as
neither of them were exactly the parently type.
Sure enough on a bright spring day, Juliet brought the youngest of generation 3 to
his birthday cake to grow up. Romeo smiled in Juliet's arm not sure what was going
on, all he knew was that he was going to get cake and that people were cheering for
him so it was bound to be a good thing.
After blowing out the candles with Juliet, Romeo was placed on the ground and grew
up into a charming young boy who again grew up in winter clothes except this time it
was spring so they weren't as appropriate.
Romeo inspected himself carefully amazed at the transformation. He soon realized
how cool everything was now because he could do and get stuff without needing the
help of an adult. He beamed staring at his family who all were very proud.
After changing into more appropriate clothing, Romeo headed back downstairs to
convene with his family. He first ran into Rosaline who he was now exactly eye level
“Well this is weird,” he told her looking directly into his face.
“Yeah I remember that, though tomorrow you are going to have to look up at me
because it is my birthday,” Rosaline smiled because she had been waiting for her
birthday for a long time.
“What? I am only going to be the only kid!” Romeo cried thinking about it worriedly.
“Don't worry it is not so bad and Alexandra will still be a kid though not for long,”
Rosaline told him.
Romeo then made his way over to the teenagers who seemed to be in deep
conversation that he didn't understand.
“So you met him after falling on your ass?” Victoria asked Juliet who was telling her
about Alvin, the guy she met at the club.
Juliet held a dreamy smile, “Yeah and he was so sweet about it though I was so
“What are you guys talking about?” Romeo asked looking up curiously.
Victoria looking down at Romeo inspecting him, he was the first and only boy of the
family so it was rather new, but regardless she was not one who was fond of kids in
any manner, “Look kid word of advice don't be all nosy and annoying, it's
Romeo wasn't exactly sure what she was talking about, but he liked Victoria so he
decided to agree, “Okay, I can manage that.”
Victoria gave him a smug grin, “Good if you manage that, I may be able to tolerate
you,” Romeo smiled in response.
Though he had told Victoria he was not going be nosy, he was still very young and
unknowing about many things that he was curious about and being a child he asked
these questions in a very up front manner.
“Hey grandma why do you have wrinkles?” he asked Samantha bluntly looking up at
Samantha smiled not minding the question at all, “Because I'm old Romeo” she
“What does that mean?” he asked her curiously.
“It means I have less time to live.” she told him.
Romeo stared up at her disturbed by this answer seeming as his grandmother was
his favorite person.
In fact after the party, Samantha headed up to her room and looked at her reflection
in the mirror. She had not grown up platinum and by the looks of her clock, her time
to go was very soon. She looked at herself seeing the deep wrinkles in her face, she
wasn't exactly ready to go seeming as Romeo was still a kid and that Rosaline and
Alexandra both had birthdays soon, but it was something she knew she could not
Regardless, she had a very good life raising two beautiful children who then brought
her five wonderful grandchildren. She knew also that she would soon be able to
reunite with Sinjin, her one true love. Jace, her current boyfriend, had made a great
replacement, but truly nothing could ever replace the strong and real love that she
had had for Sinjin.
After the children were asleep, she invited Jace over to say her goodbye. She would
say goodbye to her family tomorrow, but she decided to say goodbye to Jace in a
separate manner. She had not seen Jace in awhile, he had called but she always
liked to keep him separate from the family which bothered him. It wasn't that she
thought Jace wasn't good enough to meet all of her family, it was just she thought it
would be better to keep him separate because he wasn't related to any of them, and
he had originally just been a fling to get her lifetime want.
“Hello Samantha,” Jace said a little coldly as he entered the kitchen to see Samantha
drinking a cup of coffee. She had not let him in so it crept her out a bit that he was
there, but he was here for her to say goodbye so it was fine.
“Jace,” she smiled at him placing her cup on the counter, “There is something I really
need to talk to you about. Jace, this is hard to say, but this is probably going to be the
last time we will ever see each other. My time has come and tomorrow will be my
Jace didn't say anything in response just staring at Samantha, suddenly he grew
angry, the first time that she had invited him over in months was to tell him that she
would never see him again.
“Samantha I have barley seen you in months and now that I finally do it is to say
goodbye,” he snapped angrily crossing his arms and glaring and Samantha.
Samantha was a bit taken back not expecting a reaction like that at all, “Jace you
know I have been busy with family things and I'm sorry, but my family is the most
This response made Jace madder, “Why can't I ever meet your family huh? Why do
you always have to keep me separate Samantha!” he yelled.
Samantha sighed, “Look Jace I'm sorry, but it just makes things a lot easier okay. I
mean they aren't your family anyway so I never saw the problem.”
Jace fumed, “The problem Samantha is that we are in a relationship and here you
are keeping half of your life away from me!”
“Jace I'm sorry but it is too late now, so can we please just say goodbye in peace!”
“NO! It is not too late! Go introduce me to your family!” he yelled.
“No, Jace I am not doing that, not ever!” Samantha snapped, she was now angry at
how unreasonable he was being when she was trying to say goodbye.
“Dammit Samantha” he yelled grabbing her shoulders aggressively catching
Samantha completely off guard, “I love you don't you see that!”
Before Samantha could pull him off, he forcefully wrapped his arms around her
kissing her face aggressively causing Samantha helpless only being able to flair her
hands around in the air. She had never seen Jace like this before in her life and it
“NO get off me!” she yelled finally being able to push him off, “The truth Jace was
that I used you for my lifetime want, I admit I grew stronger feelings for you, but
never enough for you to become a part of my family!”
Jace stood angrily across from her, “What the hell Samantha?” he yelled, “You
basically just wasted the past couple years of my life!”
“Jace, I'm sorry but please just get the hell out of my house,” Samantha cried wanting
this discussion to over.
“Whatever Samantha, you know I'm glad your time is up so you won't be here to ruin
the lives of more men,” he yelled walking out.
“Just leave” Samantha snapped flaring her arms in the air, that had been the worst
conversation of her life.
Once he left, Samantha headed outside to Sinjin's grave, a place she had not been
in awhile. Tears were streaming down her face thinking about what had just
happened. Am I a bad person? She wondered looking down at the grave. Using Jace
was probably wrong, but he was also a creeper.
She stared at the grave thinking about Sinjin and how different her life would have
been if he hadn't died, everything would have been so much easier, her life would
have been so much simpler
“I will be with you soon,” she whispered to the grave a tear running down her cheek,
if anything she was ready to see Sinjin again because she had never ever been able
to fully recover from his death.
The next day was Rosaline's birthday, a day she had been looking forward to ever
since Juliet had become a teenager. She couldn't wait to finally be at her level again
and do all the awesome stuff she could. That morning she played marcy mack with
Romeo who was soon to be the only kid in the Loving household.
“Who am I going to play with when you grow up?” Romeo asked her as they happily
clapped each others hands.
Rosaline looked at her brother and smiled, “There are plenty of kids at school Romeo
and you can still play with me when I'm bigger.”
“Okay” Romeo answered, he considered that maybe he would get more attention
being the only kid anyway which was a good thing.
Though it was Rosaline's birthday, it was also Samantha's last day and she began to
go around to everyone to say her goodbyes. She first went up to Aimee giving her a
big hug, “Aimee you are a great heiress and I know the legacy will be just fine after I
Aimee suddenly felt a strong urge of sadness flowing through her, she wasn't ready
for her mother to go, the thought of being legacy heir without her mother's help sort
of freaked her out a bit, “Mom I'm not ready for you to go!”
“I know sweetie, but you are strong Aimee and I know you will be able to handle it,”
Samantha told her giving her a sad smile.
Samantha then said goodbye to her other daughter Charity who she was equally as
proud of, “Charity you are a great daughter, mother, and wife and I am going to miss
Charity began to tear up hugging her mom, “I can't believe this is actually happening”
she said sadly.
“It was bound to happen sometime and I know you are going to be fine,” Samantha
told her holding her tightly.
Samantha then made her way upstairs to find Weldon and smiled a bit as she said
goodbye to her crazy son in law. “Weldon you have come a long way from being the
cow mascot and I am very proud of the wonderful father that I now see today.”
“Oh gosh I feel sort of sappy now,” Weldon cried.
Samantha laughed, “I'm gonna miss you Weldon.”
“I'm gonna miss you too Samantha” he hugged her gently holding a small smile.
While Samantha said her goodbyes, Rosaline spent her last day as a child doing
what she did on most of her other days as a child, following Juliet around. She found
Juliet playing with the sound machine in the living room and looked up at her sister
curiously, “What are you doing?” she asked.
“Just goofing around with the sound machine,” Juliet answered pressing random
“Thats cool, can I play too?” Rosaline asked.
Juliet stopped playing and walked over to Rosaline, she smiled at her little sister,
“Hey Ros, why do you always want to do what I'm doing?” she asked her.
Rosaline thought about the question a little, having never thought about it much
before, she had always just wanted to be just like Juliet and do everything she was
doing because Juliet was the coolest person she knew, “Because I want to be like
you,” Rosaline answered grinning at her sister.
Juliet smiled looking down at her little sister who was looking up at her with her big
green eyes, “Ros I'm flattered that you want to be like me, but you are going to be a
teenager soon and you're going to need to find out what you like to do and who you
want to be.”
Rosaline thought about that for a second realizing she wasn't sure what she really
liked, “But Jules I don't even know any of that yet.”
“That's fine Rosaline” Juliet smiled, “but you should find out by doing your own thing
rather than following me.”
“That makes sense” Rosaline said thinking about, she loved Juliet but she realized
she should try to be her own person too.
“Good you're gonna do great today Ros” Juliet told her with a big grin, she was
excited for her sister to become a teenager, it was going to be nice to have someone
her age in the house.
Rosaline smiled, “Thanks Jules, I love you.”
“I love you too Ros” Juliet leaned down and kissed her sister on the cheek.
In the end, Rosaline did find something that she liked before her party. She found
that she was greatly fascinated by the ant farm that was in the garage. She spent
about an hour watching the little ants run around and made faces at them having a
blast. She was ready to grow up now feeling much better that she found something
she was semi interested in.
The party began and Samantha realized that she wasn't going to make it to the end
which greatly saddened her seeming as she didn't want to ruin it with her death. She
made her way around to her grandchildren to say her final goodbyes.
“Juliet you're a great kid and I'm going to really miss you.” Samantha told her oldest
Juliet gave a sad smile, “Grandma I'm going to miss you so much.” she began to tear
“Me too sweetie, me too.”
Samantha then made her way over to her rebellious granddaughter Victoria,
“Victoria, you remind me so much of me when I was your age, which is scary so
please try not to get yourself into too much trouble.”
Victoria laughed, “I'll try grandma, but I don't make promises.” she paused growing
serious, “I'll miss you.”
“I will too” Samantha hugged Victoria tightly.
“Alexandra” Samantha said to the crazy little girl who she had found in the garage by
herself, “stay true to yourself kid and don't let anyone bring you down.”
“I will grandma” Alexandra said smiling.
“Good now I know when your birthday comes you are going to be a beautiful
teenager and I am very sorry that I'm not going to get to be there,” Samantha told
Alexandra though being young understood what was going on, “That's okay grandma
I know you will still be there is some way.”
Samantha let out a huge smile, “I am so going to miss you” she said giving
Alexandra a big hug.
Next up Samantha went to her youngest grandchild and only grandson to say her
goodbyes, “Romeo I love you so much and am so sorry that I am not going to be
here to see you grow up further, but I know you are going to be a great kid.”
“Grandma where are you going?” Romeo asked confused, he had no idea what was
Samantha sighed, “I'm going to be going to another place Romeo and won't be able
to come back, but I will always be here for you in spirit” she told him.
“What grandma no! I don't want you to leave!” Romeo whined tears beginning to well
up in his eyes.
“I don't either buddy, but you are going to be okay,” she hugged him feeling her heart
break as he cried on her shoulder.
Last she went up to the birthday girl to say her final goodbye, “Rosaline, I know you
are going to grow up beautiful and please try to have a good time even though I am
not going to be there.”
Rosaline looked up at her grandmother sadly, “I wish you could be there,” she said.
“Me too sweetie, but it is going to be okay regardless,” Samantha told her.
“I love you grandma,” Rosaline said trying to give a smile of some kind.
“I love you too so much,” Samantha leaned down to kiss her lightly.
Sure enough after her final goodbye the clock stoke 6, and the grim reaper arrived
containing a fruity drink at hand. “You're time has come Samantha Loving” his voice
Samantha stared at him smiling, she was going to miss everyone so much, but she
was ready now and her time had come.
Aimee began to cry watching the event, Charity was also crying in the living room
watching through the door. Weldon watched angrily wondering why this had to
happen so soon. Rosaline watched crying softly seeing the sight of her grandmother
fade in nothing.
Her platinum grave was placed in the Loving's backyard beside Sinjin's. Samantha
Loving was going to be strongly missed by all of her family and friends. She was
always going to be remembered as the fiery redhead that began the Loving legacy
line. She was now with the one she loved though and would always be watching over
Despite the sad event, a happier one was to follow as Rosaline stepped up to her
birthday cake. She looked up at her mother who was trying her hardest to cheer as
happily as she could, but Rosaline could see the sadness in her eyes. She stared at
her cake, Samantha had told her to have a good birthday regardless and that was
what Rosaline was going to try and do. She inhaled deeply letting out a huge breath.
She grew up into a stunning teenager looking much like her older sister Juliet minus
her blonde hair. She ditched her childish headband for a much more mature look
where she let her bangs fall on her face and changed into a cute knit black and pink
dress. She rolled knowledge as her aspiration which suited her well as she had
always been a curious child wanting to learn new things. Following in her
grandmother's footsteps, her lifetime want was to reach the top of the entertainment
She stood emotionless not knowing how to feel. She was happy to finally be a
teenager, but with her grandmother's death just having happened, she felt sad not
knowing what to think about anything.
Everyone began to take Samantha's death in different ways, Charity was hit very
hard by it finding herself crying often into loud bursting sobs. She had loved her
mother dearly and felt almost lost without her there. Luckily she had Randy there to
comfort her through this hard time.
Aimee was also hit hard by her mother's death, also finding that she would randomly
burst out in sobs. She cried often when no one was around, now feeling the weight of
the legacy completely on her shoulders. If anything she was happy that Samantha
could be with her father, but the death was still extremely difficult to deal with and
caused her great pain.
Juliet also missed her grandmother a lot finding it hard for her to focus on anything
especially school work. She tried to stay strong for Rosaline and Romeo, but she
found herself sometimes wanting to just crawl into a hole and cry. She hated that her
grandmother had to die and wanted her back more than anything, but she tried her
hardest to accept it and move on with her life.
Even Weldon was affected by Samantha's death. He often found himself lying on her
bed thinking about how she was the one that made him realize how to be a good
husband and father. Without her he would of never learned the joys of being a father.
He sighed looking around her room, he was going to try and be strong for her.
Victoria on the hand, dwelt with her grandmother's death in a different way compared
to the rest of her family by doing what she and Samantha loved to do best, go on
“Look just give me a guy who will make for a good date, I really don't care who they
are!” Victoria told the matchmaker.
“That I can do,” the matchmaker lit up her ball looking for a blind date for Victoria.
She came out with some guy named Ricky who sort of seemed like a loser, but
Victoria didn't care because all she wanted was a quick dream date and a chance to
forget about her grandmother for awhile.
“Hi I'm Ricky,” he said.
“Yeah whatever don't care just kiss me and give me a dream date,” Victoria cried
wrapping her arms around him leaning in a kiss.
“Mmmphh!” Rickly mummbled under her not exactly minding to much that he was
just being used.
Alexandra coped in a more quite manner by spending many hours playing with her
toys by herself. Her birthday was soon, but she was really in no hurry for it. She
enjoyed being a kid and wished that she could be one longer, she knew teenage
hood meant more complications and stress that she had no desire to deal with. She
played with her horse toy pretending it was a unicorn.
Randy walked in on Alexandra playing and told her that he need to talk to her. She
looked up staring at her father curiously.
“Sweetie you're birthday is soon,” he began, “and you're mother under the
circumstances did not want to throw a party and we were wondering if you were okay
with that. We will still have a cake and me, mommy, and Victoria will be there, but
she didn't want anything more with that.”
“That's fine daddy I understand, I didn't really want a party anyway” Alexandra said.
Randy smiled at her, “We are going to have fun regardless okay?” he leaned down
for a hug.
“I know daddy,” Alexandra answered wrapping her arms around him.
“I love you kid,” Randy told her.
“I love you too daddy,” Alexandra smiled.
Soon enough her birthday arrived on a rainy day which didn't both Alexandra, she
liked the rain. Her family cheered around her, even Victoria cheered loudly. She
stood with her hands on her hips next to her birthday cake. What was she going to
wish for? She wasn't exactly sure, but she she wished to keep her childlike spirt
despite growing older.
Alexandra grew up looking almost identical to her sister though she had darker and
longer hair. She quickly changed into a colorful outfit that fit her liking much better
than the boring one she had grown up in. She rolled popularity which was an
interesting fit for her seeming as she liked to be alone, but she also did like people.
Following after her mother's footsteps she rolled the lifetime want to be top of the
“Are you really wearing purple zebra print pants?” Victoria asked in disgust, why did
her sister have to be so weird again?
Alexandra stood calmly, “Yep, I like them”
“Whatever weirdo,” Victoria mumbled walking by her.
Romeo was now the only child left of generation 3, but he was more concerned with
Samantha's death than Alexandra's birthday. Being the youngest, he took
Samantha's death the hardest not being able to understand why she had to go in the
first place. He often went out to Samantha's grave which Aimee had told him was
where she was now, but he didn't understand.
He glared at the grave in anger, “Why did you have to go?” he asked aloud, “This
stupid thing cannot be you!” he cried lifting his foot in anger and lightly kicking the
grave. It didn't make him feel any better though and he continued to pout.
“You know I don't think grandma would appreciate you doing that,” Rosaline said
coming up behind Romeo, she had noticed him acting weird and had followed him
outside, she couldn't imagine having to deal with this so young.
Romeo scowled, “I don't care grandma left us so why does it matter?”
“You know that it wasn't her choice Romeo,” Rosaline said looking at her angry little
Romeo turned around and stared at his sister, “Then whose choice was it?” he asked
her, “Because I really don't like that person!”
Rosaline walked up to Romeo and looked down at her little brother. She found it
weird being the older one, the one who was supposed to have answers. Normally
she was the one whining and lost and Juliet would be the one who was there for her
to tell her the right thing and make realize what was the right thing to do. Now she
was the one in that position and it sort of freaked her out, but she was going to try
and be the best big sister she could.
“It was life's choice Romeo, everyone has to go sometime and it was grandmas, one
day it will be mine and one day it will be your turn too,” she told him.
“That seems stupid, why can't we all be here forever and live happily ever after?”
Romeo asked looking up at Rosaline with wide blue eyes.
Rosaline looked down at him thinking of all the stories that she used to read as a kid,
she remember asking Juliet the same question who had told her that life would be
boring if we all lived happily ever after. “Romeo life wouldn't be good if we all lived
forever, I know that doesn't make much sense right now, but it's true.”
Romeo sighed and looked at the ground, “I just don't understand I mean we never
even got to met grandpa and now grandma is gone too,” he mumbled looking over at
the other grave.
“I know Romeo it is a hard concept, but you still have me, Juliet, mom, dad, our
cousins, Aunt Charity and Uncle Randy and none of us are going anywhere for a
long time Romeo,” Rosaline told him trying to be as comforting as possible.
“I guess that makes things a little bit better, but I just really miss grandma,” Romeo
“We all do buddy,” Rosaline sighed.
Rosaline leaned down and hugged her brother who wrapped his arms around her
neck tightly, she knew this was hard for him to understand, but she hoped that she
had made him feel better.
“Even though we can't see grandma anymore she is still with us in some form
watching everything we do and missing us as much as we miss her here. She's in
the place she is supposed to be now, in fact she's probably with grandpa. I know we
all miss her, but we will always remember her for who she was which was a great
grandmother, mother, and wife at one time. Samantha Loving will always be
And this is where this chapter will be ending on a somewhat sad note though I will
leave you with a happy picture of Victoria dancing at the club, the girl loves to party. I
really wanted to include this picture, but did not find a place for it.
I was very sad to see Samantha go, but it was her time and now the next generation
can begin to take over.
Next chapter I will focus more on Rosaline, Alexandra, and Romeo seeming as this
chapter was rather Juliet and Victoria heavy. Thanks for reading!