Lysana, first queen of Desiderata Valley, died at age 66.
She was mourned by all.
Hano was so upset he didn’t pay attention to his cooking.
But all was well. The fire was put out (once Lucretia got out of the doorway).
It was time for Lucretia to become the new queen. After a suitable period of mourning, she was crowned. Unfortunately, although John painted her on the throne, pictures were forgotten! But here’s the painting (taken later!)
Next was a partner with whom to create a new heir. Lucretia invited Garcia over.
He serenaded her, which helped. She asked him to move in and they were engaged shortly after. But first he needed suitable attire. Before Donna went shopping for better clothes, Garcia wore the generic outfit.
The wedding was set – outside in the vast, undeveloped lands adjoining the house-becoming-a-castle.
Hano was late to the proceedings, and Donna was in bed, as usual.
John joined the celebrations, but felt sad inside. If only Lysana could have survived long enough to see the wedding.
He visited the crypt later to talk to Lysana about the day.
And then the wedding night. A little nervous at the beginning. Both were virgins.
John hoped the new prince would be a good one to his precious daughter.
Meanwhile, Lucretia’s brother, Lukan, and his wife Rebecca, had a second child – another boy they called Yohanes.