The Great Storm of 1774

(COMPLETED) Read along as 15 year old Angelica Lexington is left alone to take care of her four younger siblings at the height of the revolution, in Georgia. She looks back on her life through her vivid and inspiring writing. Yellow for death, disease and injury.

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33. Epilouge

"The End." I say.

"Is that really how it ends?" I nod.

I am sitting in a deep red chair. I look up from my parchment.

"That's really good, Mother."

"It's really amazing, Angelica. You really are like how you said your Mother was." A deep voice says from across the room. I see the same blond hair and shiny blue-grey eyes. I wonder how George feels to be a Father now.


My seven children are sitting in front of me. I can't help but be reminded of story time that I had with my Mother. Of course, it was never all of her seven children at once. I can't help but be reminded of how lucky I am. To be able to write my story. To be able to tell it.


"What was it like?"

"A little bit like now. Not a lot of time to myself. But I like it. " I say with a laugh.

"But why would you give up that time?"

"It's worth it in the end. I love my family all so much, and I'm so lucky to have them. I would do anything to make them happy."



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