Post by Anne B
I own to being surprised at how often Brookfield seems to run out of
bedrooms. We had Jill having to move out to allow Heatherpet to move in,
and now we have the boys having to share to make room for Pip. Are there
really all that many traditional houses on sizeable farms with so few
I think it probable that each child had their own bedroom in the past,
and that Brookfield mysteriously lost a bedroom at around the same time
as Blossom hill cottage gained one. This was all done to facilitate the
plot: Ursula could come and harass Helen, and Jill would have to move
out to make way for Heatherpet, despite having a cottage of her own that
she had chosen to rent out to Carole. We were asked to believe that Pip
(and all her personal possessions, clothes etc) were "in a corner of the
dining room", and Rickyard was forgotten for a while.
This should remind us just how bad things were during SOCO's reign, and
how much better they are now.
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