We'll miss you ❤️
This is me with daughter #1, Evie.
She's just left to go back to London — mum took her whilst I was taking daughter #3 to her Saturday job.
Having returned from her Far East travels on 22 December 2019 — in time for a magical Christmas — she's returning to her old job in London, and thereafter she'll start her Masters in Architecture with a view to qualifying as an Architect in 2023 (fingers crossed).
We're all going to miss her soooo much 😭😭😭.
As I've said before, she brings a loving presence into the house; I'm not saying there's no tension between her and her two sisters but overall the mood is super chilled.
As I said to her in a WhatsApp message, just after I'd spoken to her (she was having a coffee before she boarded the train to Paddington), "your life awaits somewhere out there but not for now in Devon...".
Of course, I can't possibly know that but from all that I've observed ever since she left school, it's not so much that she's a driven person but she's following her creative expression. I know she could have been a brilliant commercial artist but she chose, of her own volition, a different path (or was it always there?).
Anyhow, we'll see her in a month or so. In the meantime, she's got to find herself a flat in London. Previously, she was commuting from Oxford to Central London which was a three-hour round trip. This time it will be a shorter commute and that will make her life a lot easier.
Best of luck Evie. I know that whatever you do you'll always make a huge success of it.
Blessings, and deep love from all of the gang.