Raise your Daughter

I stood in the rain under an umbrella wearing my sister’s favorite red dress. When we were younger we had promised each other one thing. If she died first I would wear her red dress. If I died first she would wear my favorite green dress. Today my sister is lying in a coffin wearing my green dress. I didn’t expect her to die so soon. My red hair hangs down my shoulders in dreads, my black boots are muddy but I don’t care. My sister was dead; a part of me lay buried with her today.

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12. Epilogue

Life with Aurora and Baby Robin couldn't be better. Married to Gold couldn't be more than a dream. Not having Arianna living with me after raising her for years was the worst. Robin, Regina and Arianna were happy to finally be together but watching the child I raised just fade away was heartbreaking. Watching my sister try to be a mother and learn about her daughter was sad. I remember Regina's funeral and Gold's words saying it was time to bring Regina and Robin home. I had altered the future. I watched the crystal ball's fate change from Gold walking Ari down the aisle to Robin walking her down the aisle. 

 

Life had a funny way of showing things to you. Life had a funny way of throwing things back in your face. I had raised Arianna, cared for her and she had called me her mama. But when Regina returned Arianna seemed to forget everything about everything. She didn't once remember who her real mother was. 

 

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