New generation, new start, and a new house!
Iris Ivey looked at her kingdom, she was finally there.
Summer: ”Good luck, I know you’ll do great!”
First order of business is to, well, get to business. As the #BuildNewcrest rules states, Iris is to have a Big Happy Family.
Darryl couldn’t wait to come over!
…I wonder why.
Seeing that Newcrest pretty much lack anywhere to go at this point (Iris wasn’t too keen on going back to the park!) they opted for a home date.
None of them seemed to mind the lack of excitement, they had enough with just being with one another.
And could-gazing. Of course. Who could forget the cloud-gazing?
Inspired by the moment, Iris decided to be bold and pop the big question.
He said yes!
Iris was happy. A new house, a new love, and a new life ahead of them.
She also took some time to look to the past. Her new home had a lovely fishing spot, where she could look at her future children’s houses.
”Sooo, how many children should we have to put in those houses…?” Darryl asked after Iris had felt daring enough to invite him for a sleepover in the new house.
Iris: ”Children, eh? Well… I-I built four houses…”
Darryl: ”Then how about four?”
Darryl: ”Four.” 🙂
But before we get ahead of ourselves, Iris got a job as a scientist.
She was nervous, but tried to not show it. The receptionist was nice enough and told her where she should go.
It wasn’t too bad, after all. It was sort of like the chemistry set from her childhood. Except… bigger. And scarier. Much scarier.
Her co-workers were nice, too.
She was polite when Iris asked what was probably a billion stupid questions.
Thank plumbob for coffee!