Gen 6 Epilogue

So much has happened these past seven years. I’m sitting here blown away as I’m typing up a new syllabus for the coming school year. I can hear my family downstairs so it’s hard to concentrate.

I can’t keep from grinning at all the memories I have, hidden like a box of treasures so valuable to me. My life has turned out better than I’d ever expected. After what had happened with Brandy and Ginny, I never thought I’d be happy again.

But I was so wrong.

My wife is so beautiful, funny, and has really been my partner and anchor through the years.

I’ll never forget her radiance as she walked toward me at our wedding. My dad loved her from the moment they’d met–an instant chemistry–and he was so thrilled when she’d asked him to walk her down the aisle as her “father”.

I was so nervous my knees actually shook.

But when our eyes met, all the jitters fled.

She gave me a little wave with her cheerful grin and I knew right then we were going to make a wonderful team.

I was so in love then but that love has grown exponentially.

When we kissed at the ceremony, it was like we were the only people in the world that mattered.

Even though I could hear my mother crying in the background. She loves Charlene, too, along with my younger brother and sister. Thankfully, my grandparents could come to Selvadorada for the ceremony (even my grandmother from Italy). We’d decided the jungles would be the perfect spot since our love for each other erupted when we were on the expedition.

When the ceremony was over, it was like we’d been on a very long journey with each other and I was so pumped it’d turned out this way.

But had it been that long? A part of me feels like I’m not remembering something…something very important to the both of us…but it’s like a very weird dream or a second life from another dimension.

Charlene’s graduation day finally came. She’d focused on ancient metallurgy with regard to mysticism as well as artefact analysis and material culture. She was so gifted.

I couldn’t be prouder of her.

Having her work alongside me in the field has been the best bonus and we bring our little bundle of joy along, too.

Speaking of her, I get such a kick watching my wife’s belly grow with our child–children, I should say.

Charlene always complains that she’s larger than a house at the end of the pregnancy, but I find her even more sexy.

She’s about to have our second child–a boy–in a few weeks and her back has been hurting quite a bit.

I’m always up for giving her a back rub because I love her body even though she doesn’t appreciate it. Why do women think they only look beautiful if they’re a size zero? I don’t find stick skinny women attractive in the least. I love my full figured wife.

And that brings to mind my beautiful, perfect, wild child who is Cheyenne. She’s only two years old but she’s already talking so much. She’s got the intelligence of her mother, thankfully.

And even though we think she might have ADHD because she’s all over the place, it’s easy to calm her down with a hug or a kiss.

I never knew how much I could love another person, but the feelings I get when I’m with her are indescribable.

I’d do anything for her.

Even when she’s sleeping, I love to watch her breath go in and out, marveling at the creation of her being.

And sometimes…I worry.

What if something bad happens to her?

But then Charlene comes along and talks sense into me. We can’t worry about things we have no control over.

She’s right, of course.

So, I take things day by day. Teaching her to play and sing.

To share in the love I have to give as her father.

And to enjoy every moment we have together as a family.

That wraps up this generation. I’ll be taking a much needed hiatus and will be back next year (hopefully by January).

In the meantime, I may post special short things with these characters, so stay tuned. If you follow me here and use the WP reader you won’t miss them.

Have a great holiday season!

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10 thoughts on “Gen 6 Epilogue”

  1. Aw I loved this! The wedding was so sweet, and it’s such a relief to see Liam so happy ❤️❤️❤️ It’s understandable he’d worry a little about his kids — the pain of losing Brandy is always going to be a part of him 😦 But I’m glad he has Charlie to remind him that it’s not worth it to worry, and to just take things day by day ❤️

    These kids are so adorable already! I’m so excited to see what the next gen will bring ❤️❤️❤️ But enjoy your break! 😁

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    1. I’m so glad! ❤

      Yes…when he sees Cheyenne, he does have flashbacks to Brandy. And his love for his own child is even more intense so the fear really gets to him sometimes. Thankfully, he has Charlie. 🙂

      Aww…yes, they are very adorable. Such a great blend of their parents! ❤

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  2. Awwww, what an adorable send-off! ❤ ❤ ❤ Loved the wedding.

    Cheyenne is so adorable–and so is Kian. Can't wait to see more of these characters next gen!

    I hope Liam is worrying for nothing–then again, I know this challenge is full of drama. 😱 Good luck to your heiress, and thank you for the epilogue!!

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    1. I’m glad you loved the wedding (since I complained about it so much!) I left a ton on the cutting floor and had more to do with it but ran out of time! 😭 But this did what it needed to. NO MORE WEDDINGS! (Please remind me).

      The two tots are very adorable! And yes, I’m looking forward to next gen (after a BREAK!!!!)

      Yeah…let’s hope Liam’s fears aren’t valid. EEK! 😱 (She might need that luck 🍀)

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  3. What a sweet ending to a sad beginning! They are the cutest family ever. The wedding was sweet and that last picture was sooooo adorable. They look incredibly happy! ❤️

    I know he is probably having flashbacks to Brandy when he’s watching his daughter sleep. But he has Charlie to ground him. All the father daughter pics melted my heart. So sweet. I love them.

    And Beaugust! Oh my…they are still adorable ….. but August with no hair 😱 when he had all that gorgeous hair when he was young!

    Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I can’t wait until next year for the continuation! ❤️

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    1. Yes…the beginning was total drama and sadness, but then CHARLIE! She’s a bright spot, making Liam’s dreams come true (thanks, genie!)

      Definitely, he’s got flashbacks to Brandy when he sees his own daughter but it’s way more intense because his feelings are bigger. As a parent, there’s nothing like that love–overshadows the love of a brother. And I loved shooting those pics of them. So much was cut, too. Ugh. lol

      Beaugust is bald!! I was thinking that I haven’t met many men over 70 who have hair. Seriously. So, I couldn’t put a full head of hair on them. (I know there are some…but it’s rare). RIP August’s blonde locks! 😉

      Happy Holidays to you too!!! (I’ll be around commenting, enjoying my break. 😉 )

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  4. What a sweet ending to such a rollercoaster ride of a generation! 💖 That wedding was so amazing and I’m glad to see Cory, Lexie, James, and of course, Beaugust! I understand Liam’s concern about his children, especially after what happened with Brandy. He doesn’t have to worry since he has Charlie there to help him.

    Cheyenne and Kian are so adorable! I can’t wait to see what happens with them in the next generation!

    Enjoy your break and Happy Holidays! 😊

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    1. So happy you liked the wedding! ❤ And seeing all the old gang! (Old is a key word here. lol!)

      Charlie is such a blessing to him. He's very grateful to have her opinion to center him.

      Thank you! Cheyenne and Kian are very cute! Can't wait to show you more about them!

      Happy Holidays!

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    1. Yeah…all my gens have happy endings…but the beginning of the next gen? 😈😈😈

      JAMES will always look handsome. Why do men age so well? It’s not FAIR! 😝

      Liam gets best dad award out of all generations (and even the dads to come—yes, I have all of them planned. )



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