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Spring into the Next Phase
Name: Spring into the Next Phase
Series: The Genesis Project
Written by: Icemandeaf
Release date: March 23, 2014

Previous chapter: The Cold Births
Next chapter: The Summer Heat Wave

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Spring into the Next PhaseEdit

It's time for my quarterly report of The Genesis Project. To be honest, I don't know who I am writing this to or even why I am writing it. All I know is that I feel the need to keep the history of what is happening.

There aren't as many births this quarter, but there are a few to mention. Jason Potter was the first birth this Spring and was born on 4/5/1. The next day, 4/4/1, we have Zack Baker and my last son Jim Harper. (I promise that he will be my last. I am finished with having a big belly, an aching back, and swollen feet!) And our last birth was Timothy Taylor on 4/3/1.

All of the boys are growing up so quickly. I can't believe that all the little babies born during the Winter are now children, and those that were just born this Spring are toddlers. They are so cute. Here are their current pictures. Take a look while I go get whatever it is in my eye out so that I don't look like I am crying. *Whaahahaha*

The First Genesis Project Meeting

"Imagine what it will be like when we unveil a brand new theatre as well."

*Sniffle* Nothing of true importance occurred this quarter besides raising the boys and running our home businesses. Well, related to running businesses, I called a meeting of us 8 on the last day of Spring to talk about expanding ourselves. To do that I would need to gather up some land to divvy up between all of us. After I gave them fine ideas of a grand city, everyone agreed to a home business tax of §100 a day. Everyone felt this was fair and for the greater good of the community. I suspect that I will be able to have enough land for everyone to start building businesses by Fall.

-Tyler Harper