Subject: An afternoon at home Where: Mountford-Miles city residence Who: Edith Mountford-Miles Warnings: None, yet. Open to: Eward Mountford-Miles; anybody else who might be at their house
Once again Edith was in a foul mood and as she would much rather take it out on her brother than any of her servants she went storming through the hall. "Eward! Eward!" she screamed as she banged on various closed doors in the hall, simply because Abigail might be sleeping and the older sister couldn't resist the urge not to wake her.
She snarled at a maid who dared inform her that her brother was in the sitting room. "I did not ask you," she hissed angrily before making her way to the sitting room. She didn't say one word to her brother as she held out two gold necklaces, one in each hand.
"Which of these looks more expensive?" the young woman asked simply. All that screaming and this was her important question. Of course, she had to know. Otherwise how was she to decide between the two brothers who had given them to her, as she didn't want to waste her time on a man whose gifts weren't as grand as his siblings.