REGISTRY: Paon – 2nd Generation
ENTRY NUMBER: 001
REPORTER: Antonia Paon
SUMMARY: I, Antonia Paon, resume my way back to the family estate and express my concerns over the way to report the family daily life. Clara Paon assures herself a promotion and keeps showing stress symptoms. Renzo Paon publishes his first book. The twin boys – Tomas and Maximiliano – young adulthood birthday party proves itself as a rapprochement opportunity with Sam Sekemoto. The referred subject becomes a family counselor.
NARRATIVE: On November 3 I, grunt Antonia Paon, rejoined my sister and brothers at the family estate on Summer Hill 15 after a 18 months absence due my military internship. I agreed on the meeting after my younger twin sister, Clara Paon, then a Paramedic for the Sacred Spleen Memorial Hospital, e-mailed me asking for counseling and support. On the referred e-mail (Evidence A: e-mail copy), sent on October 29 at 07:17pm, she mentions founding a journal that belonged to my mother, Brigida Paon, during the renovation of the family house. On her allegedly writing, Brigida had expressed a wish for one of her daughters to keep living and running the estate after her death.
I assumed Clara would be perfect for the chore since she assisted our father, Leighton Sekemoto, during his final elderly years and was already taking care of the estate and of our three younger brothers – Renzo, a cash register specialist at Divisadero Budget Books and wannabe writer; Maximiliano, a beverage consultant at Sharma Day Spa and amateur painter; and Tomas, then a Produce Quality Assessor at EverFresh Delights Supermarket. Based on such data, I took a cab to Summer Hill 15 assured that all she needed was my blessing.
I arrived at the estate at 5pm and found out that Clara was stressed and willing to slow down. As the evening went on, she revealed to me she was scared and couldn’t possibly fulfill the requirements for a legacy heiress. She said she was feeling sick. I tried to calm her down and followed her to the toilet, advising her to wash her face. While standing at the toilet door I witnessed my sister talking nonsense to herself and this scene caused me to decide assuming the legacy duty.
I refused to read my mother’s journal due private reasons and so Clara and I agreed she would finish it and tell me only what was necessary to fulfill Brigida’s will. As far as I’m concerned – and since Clara hasn’t gone yet through all entries – Brigida didn’t go over many details about how the legacy duty should be performed or reported. There might be room for improvisation. Based on the fact that she herself kept a journal, I chose to keep a log on the family events. I believe objective reports will come in handy for the next generation.
Two months has passes since I moved back from the Barracks to Summer Hill 15 and a few notable events have occurred. Clara assured herself a promotion to Medical Intern and spend almost two days all stressed out and showing symptoms of anxiety over the greater work responsibility. She also swore seeing Brigida’s ghost one night.
After achieving his full age, Renzo decided to publish a childhood and teenager years memoir named “Simboy”. The book yielded six royalties payment checks of 33 simoleons each. It has also attracted positive, but minor press coverage (Evidence B: The Sims Standard article). Anyway it stimulated Renzo to write another book and he’s now working on a fiction novel whose work-title is “Sim in the dark”. He denies to reveal further plot details to the family members up to now.
The third notable event was the young adulthood birthday party of Maximiliano and Tomas. The following guests showed up for the referred social gathering: Flight Officer Angelica Page, my immediate superior; Resident Deangelo Andrews, who is head of Clara’s department at the Sacred Spleen Memorial Hospital; Wilson Keaton, who works as a burial specialist and is the current boyfriend of Clara; Federico Langerak, heir for the Langerak family and acquaintance of the twin boys and Sam Sekemoto, Leighton’s son – consequently my half-brother – who works as a stage-hand for jam band The Dave Sims’ Band. The party proved to be an opportunity to built a closer relationship with Sam. During the party I discovered Sam had celebrated his elderly birthday and invited him to a friendly dinner at my apartment asap.
The dinner happened a week after the twin boys’ party. I served pizza, showed Sam around both apartments and ended exchanging tips on how to manage anger feelings and what do to during a fire. His advanced age and experience proved to be useful for my daily routine as a heiress.
He advised me not to push Clara, since she seemed very sensitive since our father’s death and was frequently overloaded with work in her medical career. Being a music industry employee, Sam attracted the attention of Maximiliano and both discussed art for a few hours. I was fed up of the conversation and eventually let them in the backyard and went straight to bed. It was past 11pm and I needed to wake up early for another day at the Military. Sam left me a note (Evidence C: Sam’s note) before taking a cab back to his home later that night.