Author: LuckyxLabradoodlexLoverx7 PM
AU: After Mimi dies, a new girl moves into Mimi’s loft and falls in love not only with Roger’s music, but Roger himself. RDOC. Takes place at the end of 2007 beginning of 2008.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance - Roger D. - Chapters: 25 - Words: 50,075 - Reviews: 56 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 04-01-08 - Published: 10-07-07 - Status: Complete - id: 3823934
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Love, Peace and Happiness from Maureen Elphaba Thropp
(chapter title - Epilogue: You'll Never Walk Alone)
You'll never walk alone
- You'll Never Walk Alone from the musical, Carousel
Two years later, and here's what happened:
A year after Lizzie died, Patrick committed suicide. In his suicide note, he left custody of the kids to Eric, who never had kids of his own.
When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don't be afraid of the dark.
Juliet, the mother of Anne, Eric and Patrick, suffered a fatal heart attack in her condo in Orlando. Anne and Eric went to the funeral themselves because the kids were in college.
Anne, Sara's best friend, was strangled to death by her abusive step-father for getting a 'B' on her science paper. He is serving life in prison.
At the end of a storm is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark.
Walk on through the wind
Both Arwen and Stormy - the cats - suffered from feline leukemia and had to be put down. Anne had volunteered to take the cats when Eric took the kids. Arwen was seven and Stormy had just turned one.
Walk on through the rain,
Tho' your dreams be tossed and blown.
Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart
Kelli, however, was killed point blanc in her home by an armed robber.
Ming-Na Davies was now touring with the American Ballet Company in their production of Golden Pond. She had been in several other productions, which she enjoyed.
Marcus didn't live to see adulthood. When he was in high school, there was a bad case of the flu going around, and he caught it. His immune system couldn't fight the virus, and sadly, Marcus passed away. He was only seventeen.
And you'll never walk alone
Isabel is working in one of the nearby elementary schools as a teacher for kids with disabilities. She worked with all sorts of kids - deaf, blind, hearing impaired, wheelchair bound and mute. She grew fond of a mute boy named Thomas. During the class, Thomas would just keep to himself and wouldn't play with the other kids. Isabel decided to bring a special present for Thomas - a Thomas the Tank Engine notebook. Upon seeing the notebook, his eyes grew wide. Isabel told him that he would get it if he said something - anything. That special day came - Isabel was working with a wheelchair bound girl named Lindsey when Thomas started humming a song. Isabel recognized the tune as Seasons of Love. Thomas' first word was 'love'. That was a day that Isabel would never forget.
Sara, on the other hand, grew up to do her dream job - finding the cure for HIV. She found the cure in the year 2014 after spending endless years researching and doing tests. She, along with her partner, Andrew, were so excited and happy that they finally did it. Sara had even been one of the test subjects - seeing as she had HIV herself. She couldn't believe she found the cure.
At a celebratory dinner that evening, Andrew asked her to marry him. Of course, she said 'yes' and the two of them went to work planning their wedding. They were married in the spring and welcomed a daughter in the summer. They named her Hannah Iris Valentine - her initials being HIV - the disease they had found the cure for.
You'll never walk alone
Maureen died of cancer on June 14th, two days after her thirtieth birthday. Joanne vowed that she would never fall in love again and went to take care of and support their daughters Marissa and Jamie until the girls were old enough to move out of the Johnson-Jefferson house. Jamie ended up going to vet school and is now a big animal vet. Marissa, on the other hand, is on Broadway in a musical called Wishing Upon A Star.
As for the ones in heaven, they're glad that their family members are doing so well.