Young Luci and Young Morgan always looked up to their older siblings, almost as much as they looked up to their Mother, who, according to their Father, ‘saved him and the whole world by sacrificing herself’. This admiration remained the same especially after the princesses birthday, whence Luci and the Young Shepherds performed a song of thanks to the future travelers.
She had told her feelings to Robin, who wrote the speech she said then; but even during the rehearsals, the young princess would dive her nose into her older brother’s chronicles – about how the world had been faring after her mother’s sacrifice; about how his companions had been doing with their new-found lives at the past… about their lives back in the future.
Luci was mesmerized by all the tales of grandeur, sacrifice, friendship and the path to finding one’s dreams she had read in the thick books. She looked up to each one of her heroes in her own way: Big Cousin Owain was the most fun to talk to since he always made dramatic entrances, poses and had the best lines to deliver whenever she wanted him to reenact a scene she had read.
I wanna make him breakfast everyday and cuddle with him every night and cheer him on at every game and pray with him in the good and bad times and celebrate holidays together and cherish and praise him. I want to love him so bad.