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Post by Allison Spade on Jan 27, 2019 19:11:37 GMT
Allison sat at the dinner table with breakfast in front of her and a plate of it across from her own. The breakfast was nothing too fancy per se. It was just an omelette with tomatoes, pepper, ham, and chives. The dish itself, on the contrary, looked as if it was made for nobility. After all, Allison and her little sister both came from a wealthy family. Not all noble traits left Allison. It was apart of who she was and she didn't have any plans of changing herself.
Since it was the early morning on a Sunday, Allison had on a simple black night gown and black fuzzy slippers to match her gown. While she waited for her sister to wake up, she was ready a murder mystery book to keep her occupied. "Veil of Secrets" was a book that she would always used to read as a child back in Venterra. She was surprised to know that Elysia would even have a copy of it, but was very grateful to take it for herself and reread the entire book.
She checked her watch to see the time; 8:21 AM. Allison never really expected her sister to wake up this early, however there were moments where she would otherwise. She would just wait nine more minutes for Alice to wake up before she would dig into her breakfast and do some work around the house. Hell, she'll maybe eat Alice's breakfast to help fill her up.
But for now, the only thing she could do is just wait before Alice's breakfast becomes Allison's.
Alice lazily slumped out of bed with a messy long braided ponytail and eyes that were only slightly opened. She looked at the clock that hung on the wall and realized it was already 8:30. With a heavy sigh, she kicked on her plain white sandals and dragged her feet out of her bedroom and towards the stairs. She was in nothing but her bra and panties, both of which were white. When it came to going to sleep in the comforts of her own home, she likes to be all out.
She slowly climbed down the stairs and wobbled her way into the kitchen where her older sister already made breakfast and waited for Alice to join in so they can both each together. "Mornin'..." She croaked as she dragged herself to the chair across Allison and where her breakfast was.
Alice then sat down and picked up her fork to pick at her omelette. It's not that she was a picky eater and didn't like it- she'd have to be an idiot to think this didn't look good - she was just a little tired and wasn't exactly used to being a full time morning person. Finally, she took a piece of omelette with the fork and shoved it in her mouth, sighing in satisfaction. "Ahh... that hit the stuff."
Post by Allison Spade on Jan 28, 2019 21:49:05 GMT
Allison's head perked up from her book, turning her head around to the sounds of footsteps behind her. There, was her sister Alice who looked so... free. She smirked at her mostly naked sister who looked as if to force herself into the kitchen if she didn't want to collapse into a coma. "Whew, for a second there I thought I was going to eat your breakfast if you didn't wake up. It's actually a shame now that I think about it." She giggled, turning her head back to the table.
Now that Alice sat at the table, Allison placed a bookmark in her book and set it down just inches from her breakfast. Picking up her fork, she began to eat her omelette. "You should've at least threw on a shirt or something to reduce the chances of you catching a cold. I don't want to spend a few days trying to get that cold off of you." She warned, playfully pointing her fork at her younger sister.
With another bite of her omelette, she looked back at Alice. "You know, I'm actually glad you're finally waking up early more. Now I don't have to be too lonely in the early mornings." She chuckled.
Alice rolled her eyes at her sister with a smirk on her face at her sister's "concerns" for her lack of clothing and almost being late for breakfast. "Wow. I actually didn't expect you to care so much for little ol' me. I feel sp special." She said in a teasing tone while shoving another piece of her omelette in her mouth. Nothing felt better than eating some delicious breakfast in an early morning. She almost felt like she was in complete peace...
...Until Allison mentioned about waking up earlier. Alice averted her eyes for a second as she exhaled through her nose. Her recently waking up early wasn't, unfortunately, because her body adapted to waking up early. It was something else that Alice could wish she could forget. Something she wished that never happened. Something she wised was erased from existence.
"Nah... recently... not exactly recently. I've been getting nightmares... about you know... what happened at Venterra." Alice muttered as she looked back at her sister. "I can't forget about it. I just can't. Everyday and every time we're in Elysia, it feels like we're wasting time. Like... we're fucking scared to go back, y'know?" She explained.
She wanted to avenge her parents the moment she realized she was alive. She wanted the bastards that killed her parents dead, to dance on their graves. Her sister, on the other hand, well, she was the exact opposite and a problem to that as well.
Allison's smile shifted into a disappointed frown. It was disappointment out of the idea that Alice, after all this time, still wanted to avenge their parents no matter what even when Allison warned her not to. It wasn't the first time Alice had express her need to avenge their parents and she has a feeling it won't stop until it was actually done. Ah... what a foolish little girl, thinking she could take on an entire army of vampires by herself and thinking it would do anyone or anything any good.
And to think they could go one month at least without this sort of conversation.
"Do you ever not get tired of this conversation?" Allison's tone transformed into its high classed and assertive nature. She placed her fork down on the plate and leaned back, an annoyed expression locked on her face. "You complain about always feel guilty whenever you're reminded that you're in Elysia when you could be avenging our parents? But at what cost will it help us, to YOU, when a bounty will still be on our heads if you do kill the vampires that killed out parents?" She lectured, sneering.
Allison then went silent for a moment to calm herself down. She took a deep breath in and exhaled an irritated sigh while maintaining her composure. "I want our parents back just as much as you do, but complaining and wishful thinking will not bring the back. The only thing we can do now is to just... continue life on. I don't like it as much as you do, but it's a lot better than biting the hook the gang left in the water for us to blindly bite." She had a feeling that after all these years, they'd still be waiting for the Spade sisters to come back and fight them. To get back what was truly their's. Not just their parents, but their reputation. Their name. They must've known they were still alive, but haven't made the effort to send people after them. Why?