It appears I haven’t blogged about the tragedy that befell Melisande Kim. Her husband, Justin, and son, Jason, drowned in the family pool. She moved back to the family home to grieve. Of course, Jennifer grieved for the death of her brother as well.
The family was getting on well anyway and they accepted Melisande back without any hassle. Jennifer was getting to know her mother-in-law better.
I think they bonded after the scare when Jennnifer tried to fix the dishwasher…
It caught fire.
The twins were happy.
[I had other photos but it’s too difficult to find them – they seemed to be placed randomly and I don’t know how to rearrange them (I hate windows 7)].
Parker and Soleil were still in love.
Slowly, Melisande’s grief lessened and she began to enjoy small things.
She felt ready to meet other men. She got to know a local called Jimmy Phoenix. He didn’t seem her type but she was lonely. She went on a date with him downtown to The Hub.
They ate upstairs in the restaurant,
and danced romantically downstairs.
It was a dream date and Melisande couldn’t stop thinking about him.
Once home she decided she’d move out, find her own place, and invite Jimmy over to live with her.
However, she found out where Jimmy lived and discovered, to her horror, that Jimmy was married.
Not wanting to return home Melisande travelled to Bluewater Village and heard there was a small house available overlooking the sea. But some other new resident had got in first. Julien Cooke and just moved in but he was open to having someone share the house with him. Melisande moved in and they got to know each other…
Jimmy was, unfairly, jealous and did things like steal their paper.
It wasn’t long before Julien proposed to Melisande.
After work the next day, when Melisande was promoted to draughtsman, she organised a wedding party. She introduced Julien to her parents.
The vows were said overlooking the sea.
Apart from her parents, Melisande had only invited her brother, Louis.
The wedding party was a roof-raiser.
Melisande’s parents were happy for her.
The day after, the twins grew up.