Juliette, Tybalt and Hermia, as they were when the game began
Moving to a new place:
A nice modern room for the girls:
Tybalt, admiring a plate one of his sisters has made for him to adorn his room with:
Consort helping Hermia with her homework:
Dora stayed for lunch, and hit it off instantly with Consort; they found out they both liked the same movies, and had so much to talk about:
Dora stayed well into the evening, and Consort was impressed by her agility when they had a water balloon fight. He had not had so much fun ever since he'd been a young man!
It was unusual for Consort to show his feelings so quickly, but when Dora said good-bye, he thought "To hell with patience - neither of us has time to waste!", and gave her a long, tender, lingering kiss, which she did not refuse!
The young ones were doing well; Tybalt brought home an A+ report:
As did Juliette and Hermia:
Cousin Desdemona came visiting:
And all the time, Consort could not stop thinking of Dora Ottomas:
So, he rang her and asked her over, and there she stood in front of him; he could see it in her eyes, she had been thinking just as much of him as he had of her:
He got down on one knee, and, true to his motto of not wasting time, popped the question:
And Dora said YES!
They wanted to do everything properly and held a family wedding:
|Left to right: David Ottomas, Hermia, Tybalt, Sharla Ottomas, Juliette, Samantha Ottomas|
Now everyday life began for Dora with her new husband and newly acquired "children". She got along well with the girls; they were happy that their father (or was he their grandfather?) had found love again so late in life.
Then, when he had just turned 65, Consort died - he'd been on permanent platinum for a while and died a happy man. Juliette was already at college when it happened.
Dora was devastated and suffered aspiration failure.
But she did not have to wait long - when she turned 65, Mr. Reaper came to pick her up and show her the way to where Consort was going to wait for her.