Byram and Raven had become good friends, and Byram took care to brush Ravens coat and to scatter hay for the horses to eat. As a loner sim, Byram enjoyed his solitude, something he was able to achieve while taking care of the horses. In the mornings he would go with his father to fish, they would both stand by the great sea in silence, those were the moments that Byram cherished the most. For William, it was a delight to be so close to his son, just as he had been with his father, his heart would fill with warmth.
A second son was born to Anne and William Fisher, he was named Nigel, after Williams uncle. The boy was born with the traits loves the outdoors and athletic, traits that pleased Anne, maybe she would teach him the art of Sim Fu when he grew up.
Although Faye was neither athletic nor disciplined, Anne believed it was important that she also practiced Sim Fu. The martial arts had been taught to her by her parents that had learned them from their parents and were not only a good art of self defense, but also a great way to stay fit. Anne believed it was especially important for a young woman to learn Sim Fu, this world was harder and crueler towards women, it was important that her daughter had tools to defend herself was she ever to be in a dangerous situation.
Now that Faye was a teenager she not only was able to get a part-time job to help the family financially, she was also able to help out with the cooking, amongst other things. As a natural cook her dishes were naturally delicious without any effort and the family was always delighted to taste one of her specialties. Anne made sure to teach her the recipes her mother and grandmother had taught her, this way her family’s heritage was not lost.
Nigel grew well up into a toddler, he was a healthy child that played well on his own and didn’t make a lot of fuss. It was unclear whether he was to become the heir of the Fisher family, it depended more on what his elder brother decided to do. Time would tell.