It was a joyous day the day when Anne Fisher gave birth to her second child, with all the trouble they had had getting pregnant with their first child, it seemed like a miracle that they were able to have a second child. The boy, who they named Byram, was born good and a loner, he was to be the heir that would continue the Fisher family line. Unless, of course, Anne and William were blessed with another son that could claim the spot.
Faye was a playful toddler who brought enormous amount of joy to her parents. For Anne and William, their children meant the world to them and they cared and nurtured for them as much as they possibly could. Anne met up with Mrs. le Peasant for a cup of tea once in a while, and she was amazed how different their lives were. At the le Peasant household there were children everywhere of all different ages, they would come and go as they pleased and were seldom under supervision. While at the Fisher household there was structure and tranquility, on one hand, Anne prefer her way, but on the other, she always left the le Peasant household with a smile on her face. There was always a party or a fun game to be part of at the le Peasants.
Uma was quite a nervous horse and times of storms were particularly problematic since she was prone to get scared and run off. William had a good hand with her and had grown very attached to her, still, he wasn’t planning on breeding her since she was also clueless and not the best horse one could find in town. They would make use of her until her retirement and then they would try to buy a better horse, if they had the money.
Anne continued on her path of discipline where she trained Sim Fu to reach inner peace and balance. She was advancing very well, even though she didn’t have a Sim Fu master to train under, she felt confident that she would become a great Sim Fu artist. She dreamed of one day returning to her home lands and seeing her family, if she had time she would love to train with her father that had taught her the martial arts as a child. It was a hopeless dream though, as a peasant the Fisher family did not have any income, but one could dream.
William wasn’t getting his dreams accomplished either, he loved the sea and wanted to spend the whole day fishing, but unfortunately, he had left that life behind him. Instead he spent the days playing music for the people of Castle Keep, the income was higher and they needed the money.