Edmund pulled away and knelt before her as he reached out of thin air in his back pocket and pulled out a black box

Brynn: “Edmund-?”

Edmund: “Brynn, I want to spend every evening with you and waking up every morning to you beside me. I want to spend the rest of my life losing myself in your eyes. Brynn, will you marry me?”

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In response Brynn excitedly hopped up and down incoherently squeeing in what sounded like happiness. (Or maybe it was coherent since simlish is incoherent to me anyway.)

Edmund: “So, is that a ‘yes’?”


Salvador: “… And this one is of my two granddaughters with my grandson when he was a toddler, and wait until we get to my brand new great granddaughter, Salina! She’s my granddaughter Aura’s little one and she is the cutest little thing! But first we have to get through to their graduation pictures.”

Robber: “Look, old man, I seriously don’t have time for this! How the hell did you cram that many pictures in your wallet anyway?!”

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Salvador: “If you have time to sneak in and steal my $3000 fish tank with all the fish you have time to go through all the life stages of my precious grandbabies.”

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And after all that stalling the officer still didn’t even try to catch him. ( -_-)


After they had finished their dinner with the family, Edmund brought Brynn out onto the back balcony so that they could be alone. He encircled his arms around her waist as she stepped close to him to run her fingers through his hair.

Edmund: “So, what did you think of my family?”

Brynn: “They’re really nice, although I’m not sure what your dad thinks of me.”

Edmund: “I wouldn’t take that incident too seriously. My parents just have a strange way of showing when they like someone, but I’m glad you like them because there is a reason I brought you out here.”


Salvador: “I’m sorry, but I can’t let you leave.”

Robber: “What are you going to do about it, old man? Are you going to beat me up? I’d like to see you try.”

Salvador: “No, I just wanted to show you all these pictures of my grandchildren! This is Aura and and Paloma when they were little larvas, and this is when they first learned to walk, and this….”