Hi, Please may we have one where Liv gets her first A* after they have moved into the mill and she had private tutoring, Aaron and Robert are dead chuffed for her. Liv is pretending to be embarrassed by all of their fussing and praised, but really she is so pleased and proud in herself. Thank you
HELLOOO NONNIE, YOU SENT THIS LAAT WEEK AND I’M SORRY FOR TAKING SO LONG BUT I HOPE YOU LIKE THIS 💜
Liv twists her key and the first thing her eyes fall onto is her brother and Robert in the kitchen together. Aaron’s by the stove, stirring something and it looks like Robert’s trying to help him, pressing himself against Aaron’s back and taking holding of the spoon as he whispers something in Aaron’s ear.
Any other day and Liv would make a vomiting sound, crash her bags around the room so that they’d break apart but not today, she’s in a good mood today, has reason to be.
Robert hears her shuffling and turns towards her as Aaron clears his throat, keeping his gaze towards the pan. Liv frowns a little, tries not think about whatever Robert said to make her brother have to hide his face.
“Alright?” Robert says, nods a little towards Liv and then looks back at Aaron. “He’s cooking tonight so if you want the day off tomorrow then I’ll know why.“
Aaron turns at that, he’s all smiley and red and he rolls his eyes. “You cheeky sod.” He says before looking at his sister and seeing that she’s smiling at them both. “What’s happened with you then?” He queries, a hand on his hip and eyes squinted towards Liv.
Liv bites down on her lip, wants to suppress the urge to break out in song and dance as she shrugs. “Nothing, just did a test day and -” she smiles a little and then she sees the way Robert looks at her, he’s all apprehensive and interested and her heart does something funny as she reaches inside her back and fishes out the Maths paper.
“I got, I mean I did well.” Liv says slowly, suddenly all shy as she passes over the paper to Robert and waits for his reaction.
For a second he doesn’t say anything and then he finds her mark, 55/60.
Robert looks up at her, eyes wide and then he looks down again and sees the grade.
“A*?” Robert’s practically beaming and then Aaron’s switching off the stove in haste and walking closer to his husband.