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Now, the girls and their

Now, the girls and their mother were ecstatic as they all knew what this meant. The family would be moving to a new house to live with Mr Simmons. So, the next day the family said goodbye to their aunt and thanked her for all that she had done. Mr Simmons helped the family into his automobile and lifted the little luggage they had. With a final wave from April at her aunt the car drove away down the street into the fog. The house was two storeys high with an attic storing the owners prized possessions, it was small but large enough for the family and the owner to live comfortably. After many meal times eating as a large group the family had found that the owner, Mr Simmons, had lost his wife after an illness and that he often felt lonely. He always made the family feel welcome and never forgot to mention how happy he was for the company. He was very nice and loved children and in turn the children loved him. He also looked out for Daisy and made sure that she was

16 coping. He frequently managed to make sure the children were at the height of their happiness and allowed them to play joyfully on the large garden which was filled with large apple trees covered in bright red apples and a little fish pond encompassed by the large lawn. Everything was satisfactory for the family and they wished that it would last forever. After a few months Daisy found out she was expecting John’s baby, April and her sisters hoped for a little brother but Mr Simmons told them that he thinks it would be a girl. Whilst this was happening Daisy had a worried look on her face and Mr Simmons could tell what she was thinking. He was very sympathetic to her and said when they were alone, “what’s one more, don’t worry.” And with a little chuckle he moved into the kitchen and started boiling some water in a small aged pot on his old fire. The next day, news had reached the family that John had been asking around to find out where they were but after a few more weeks they were told that he had stopped looking for them and had decided to stop searching and continue with his routine life with Betty and her 4 children.

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