One November afternoon, three years after Philip had come to the great Marsh, a child, Firth, came to Philip. She had find an injured goose and she said: Can you heal it, sir? Yes, yes, said Philip, we will try. They called the snow goose, the Lost Princess. When the snow goose was at the lighthouse, then came Frith. But the goose returned to its summer home and Frith didn’t come to the lighthouse. Philip was heartbroken.
In mid-October the miracle occurred. The snow goose had returned. Philip sent a message to Frith and three days later she was there. They had a great time together. Since then the goose came every year and when the snow goose was there was Frith there too. In the summer of 1940 the snow goose returned and she brought many geese with her. They realized that the Lost Princess was lost no more. This was her home now.
But they couldn’t stay by Frith because Frith was busy with the baby and her house was a bit little for five people. Philip and Assisi restored the lighthouse and they moved in the rebuilt lighthouse. And they took care of the geese. Philip became John’s godparent. So was Philip never more alone. All’s well that ends well.