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"I didn’t feel much pressure growing up, honestly. I don’t know if it was that I felt as though I could handle it all, or if it was because my father valued me both as his daughter and as his heir. My older brothers all died of disease when they were young, but I remained healthy, and Daddy made it very clear that he believed I was strong and brave enough to do anything. We were very close. The first time I ever felt the pressure cave in on me was right before he died…"
"Ever since then I have made it my life’s work to keep the promise I made to him. That is what pressures me the most. However, it also pushes me to continue on, no matter how great the cost."
"If you’re going to answer this question, you’re going to have to do it a different way!"
"Aw… Fine, I’ll start over."
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