Sister, sister, sister.
Why did you come? Just how could you step in like that, sister?
Sister, I really didn’t know… not at all.
I was in my room for so long I didn’t notice at all!
There aren’t any servants in the house anymore. There’s nothing in the house at all!
The precious piano that father loved so much was gone, all the books that were a memento of my grandfather were gone, and mother’s health has gotten worse.
Because of our cut ties with the Storm family, there’s no way the debts could be repaid, so everything in the house was sold, and soon even the peerage and the house itself will be gone.
I didn’t know at all.
Sister, what should I do?
Sister, because of me, father and mother are going to lose everything.
…I wonder if I should go to the Storm family, after all?
So long as I’m gone, father’s work will go well, and money will start to come in. Then, I’m sure that my mother will be able to afford to see a doctor as well.
I know father and mother won’t like it, but they’ll be better off if I’m gone.
Ahh, ahh… so that’s it.
So that’s how it is, sister.
In the end, I really just want the same thing that father and mother wanted, don’t I?
Even though we went through hardships and struggled, they wanted to stay together as a family.
If I leave now, wouldn’t it just be me trying to get away from father and mother?
Hey, sister, will they be alright?
Can they really carry this kind of burden?
Can I say what I really want to say?
That, even if I’m not their real daughter, even if people hate, can I really stay with them?