Anyway, the other installments are here: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5.
I simplified the family lists to include only people currently living or who just died in this installment. Also, the grandchildren living with the original couple are the orphaned children of DS3.
You will need a die! Chose 5 sides!
December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York
‘Tis the season to be jolly!
Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend DW LN’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-travelled head. Maybe next year…
DD1 and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in (1. NY 2. VA 3. CT 4. MA 5. PA) though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… (eldest’s name) is planning to take chemistry next term!
DD2 has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with DH & DW while DD2 decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming a/an (occupation from previous post).
However, DD4, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for (DD4’s DH), who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.
The LN Family
DH & DW (1850 & 1864)
Living with parents
Their home: use the same houses as DH & DW. If you roll the same one, roll again.
Living with parents
Next stop - 1926!