School started back up, and Brooklyn found herself back in front of her class, teaching a whole new generation of youth how to cook without burning down their houses. She’s relieved to be past the extreme nausea, but overall, she’s ready to clock out for three months and just be home with her baby.
The students have all been very helpful and extra courteous which has been a wonderful surprise for her. Just one more month has become her workday mantra.
The thought of losing two babies is enough to make Paloma take it easy at the bakery, as well as grateful to be pregnant. Already she has begun to feel them move which is pretty early, a rare treat for Mom’s expecting twins or so she has heard.
Paloma is due in March.
Kevin Adkins celebrates his 25th birthday (and being promoted to pnpc status) at his new job. He’s been hired by Quint Siew to work at his detective office. Quint is working to form an alliance with the police station, which if done properly, will provide him with a more steady flow of clients.
His new boss seems like a good guy, they both share some interests so despite the age gap, Kevin thinks this just might be a good gig.
Kevin isn’t sure how old Quint is, but he seems to struggle with finding the paperwork he needs Kevin to fill out. It all reminds him of his Grandmother, which is absurd seeing that Quint isn’t nearly that old.
In the end it’s found and before he can hit the streets as a detective, he has to read up on city ordinances and laws. The entire binder is extremely dry, even for Kevin who aspires to be a great detective.
All the while as he reads, Quint talks with clients and then his daughter, Scarlett who just started her sophomore year at EU. Kevin doesn’t think it’ll be long before he meets the whole family, Quint seems like the kind of guy who mixes work with family, and Kevin doesn’t mind. He hopes he’ll be able to bring his girlfriend, Raina around once he’s past the training stage.
Not only is the issued bedspread insulting to Bea’s taste, but her entire room doesn’t meet her approval. She doesn’t understand how Willa could have a window as a freshman, and she’s stuck in a windowless room like a troll in a dungeon.
The entire ordeal is bittersweet to Hazel and Jude, but made all the easier with her theatrics. Hopefully university can teach their daughter how to keep the theater on the stage and out of real life.
Matias Martinez – 55 years (pnpc)
Hazel McCarthy – 47 years
Charlie Grimsley – 44 years
Enzo Pacelli – 43 years (pnpc)
Emma Holmes – 38 years
Catherine Popper – 33 years (pnpc)
Kevin Adkins – 25 years (pnpc)
Clara Sumner – 18 years (pnpc)
Roman Woodfolk – 14 years
Lizzie Schehl – 14 years
Kai Browning – 13 years
Logan Louie – 12 years
Domenico Pacelli – 8 years (pnpc)
Silas Abbott – 2 years
Zeke & Morgan Russo-Traver – 16 years
Enzo & Ginny Pacelli – 16 years (pnpc)
Notes: Raina Bowers and Kevin Adkins have been townies in love for several rounds. They each had an apartment in Lauren’s complex, and I recently upgraded them to pnpc status. They aren’t engaged yet, but I’m sure it’s just a matter of time.
Each of my dorms have the orange-blue colors to represent EU, and I’m sure that Bea would find that appalling. She’ll be taking sometime to get her room to fit her personality. She’s also in a small, windowless room and I’m sure she wouldn’t approve. My dorms are jam-packed at the moment.
I’m very excited for these babies that are due! Brooklyn’s imminent birth is really fueling me to play.
Thanks for reading!