The Ivey Legacy 2.10: I’ll follow you into the dark

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One night Summer was out toting around her garden when she suddenly felt kind of weak at the knees… Darryl just came home from work to find her like this! 😦

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Darryl: ”No, please no! I’m too young to be the house elder!”

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Grim: ”Huh. You’re right!”

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Summmmmerrrrrrrrr ♡

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Tate nervously sends his first couple of novels to the publisher. Let’s hope the Ivey Diaries are bestsellers!

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Kailyn grew up, as a perfectionist whiz kid.

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She’s a red-head underneath that silly hat.

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Summer: ”This feels oddly familiar…”

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Summer: ”Oh, plum! Not this again. I’m just… gonna have a little… lie-down… for a… while…”

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Grim: ”Okay, lady. No pesky son-in-law here now to ruin the moment, hah!”

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Grim: ”Mwahah– oh flark. Who’s this?”

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Oh, no worries, Grim. It’s just a traumatized great-grandchild. >.>

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Dun dun dunnnnn!

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Grim: ”Just tryin’ to do my job, here!”

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R.I.P. Summer Ivey, legacy founder and freelance botanist. You’ll be missed!
Go stir up some plum with Paolo in the Ivey Park! Okay, that might go against the rest in peace I just asked of her, but… 🙂

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Matilda: ”I feel a great disturbance in the Force!”

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Grim: ”Hey! Hey, kid.”

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Kailyn: ”Is that you, God?”
Grim: ”Not quite…”

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Kailyn: ”Oh, it’s you. Come to take away anyone else that I love?”
Grim: ”Gosh, I’msosorry— uhrmm, I mean…”

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Grim: ”Death is just a natural part of life, you know.”

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With a puff of black smoke, he disappeared, leaving Kailyn with more questions than answers.

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Great-grandma Summer was… gone.

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Iris: ”Oh Honey, it’s okay. Your great-grandma lived a very long and happy life.”

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Iris: ”And she isn’t really gone.”
Kailyn: ”S-she isn’t?”
Iris: ”She’ll always be with you, a part of her. As long as your memories of her are still alive, she’ll be with you. And she left behind a great legacy, a legacy that you’re a part of.”

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