Primavera’s family

Primavera and her family had moved into the house her grandfather had wanted.

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Edmund had his birthday shortly afterward.

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Edwina, meanwhile, grew to an adult and was bitterly disappointed that she had not been permitted to attend university.

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She was looking a little chubby, but lost the weight soon after.

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She wanted to move out but where to go?

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Primavera suggested she look for a nice young man in the village.

Edwina just sighed – her mother was getting senile. “Nice young man” indeed – there was barely anyone suitable. Did Edwina really just want a husband and children? She wondered about the option of becoming a warrior or enter politics – something useful.

Ella, on the other hand, was thinking of becoming a nun. They needed more worshippers there, she’d heard.

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Whatever her daughters decided to do, Primavera was at peace with the world.

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