It was a Saturday night when all the people satisfying at Grand Isle gathered in "the house".
Look Leonce is over there talking to Adele! How are you Robert?
Oh my children! They are my one and only treasure and don't get me started with my lovely husband.
We are here for the entertainment, our mother will join us later.
How has your life as a mother been Adele?
You are the only one worth playing for. Those others? Blah!
I don't understand why would I cry over this amazing piece? Why hasn't a picture formed in my head like it does in Adele's pieces?
Mademoiselle was a very talented pianist that would only play for Edna.
Edna goes swimming for the first time, taught by Robert. She finally feels the freedom she wishes.
Edna! Get out! Think about your children. You must take care of them.
Nobody must know that Edna left this house, this letter will contain the instructions of the "remodeling" I'll be doing to the house and I will send it to Edna.
Edna lived in the Pigeon House, and made a living out of the paintings that she would sell. She sometimes missed her children, but loved the freedom she felt.
Instructions of the remodeling from: Leonce
Edna returned to Grand Isle and went to swim in the ocean to feel what she felt the first time. She was finally finding herself, but she swam so deep that she could no more and she took her last breath.