Unbreakable Bond

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a story of two sisters :3

Submitted: April 26, 2017

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Light pours through the lacy curtains into the bedroom they shared. Sara looks up from her desk and winces, using her hands to blocks the sun from her eyes. She looks over toward her older sister's bed to see Kat's thick brown hair peeping from the covers. 

"Rise and shine sleepyhead, it's 6:30." Sara says in a mocking tone. "Wa-" Kat yawns loudly, interrupting her sentence "What are you doing up so early, usually I have to drag you out of bed 7:45 or else you claw my eyes out. Last week you just barely caught the second bus.". 

Sara sighs "I've been up since 2:00, I woke up and couldn't get back to sleep, so I started drawing, and before I new it, the sun was coming up.". Kat looks concerned "Did you have a bad dream or something?" She gasps "Was it about him?". Sara gives her a pained look "Yes, but please, don't ask.". She pats her shoulder gently "I won't then.". 
 

 

 
"Sara, Kat, get in here!" Their dad yells. "Coming!" They chime. Sara rushes down the stairs leading from their attic bedroom, Kat close behind. "Who's shoe is this?!" he says, holding up a black and white sneaker that obviously belongs to a boy. 


They girls exchange looks of relief, and Kat says "It's Christian's, remember, he came over last night to work on our science project, he took off his shoes because we were supposed to trace our feet for some chart. I guess he forgot 'em". Their dad looks confused, but the anger is gone from his face "Alright then, but I better not find any pants lying around.". 

Sara's cheeks turn red at the thought, and she refrains from making eye contact with her father. He eyes her suspiciously, but doesn't say anything. Kat sees Sara's embarrassment, and grabs her sisters hand gently. "Dad, would it be okay if we took your car? We want to go to the mall.". "Okay then, the keys are on the shelf in the kitchen, just make sure to fill 'er up before you come back.".


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