Blaise thought about the rare day off that she would have this Saturday as she walked home. Night had already fallen, and it would probably be considered dangerous for most girls her age to be out at this hour, but Blaise didn't feel afraid. She had been taught how to take care of herself and she had used those skills every for the last three years.
Besides, even if she was worried, she wouldn't have stopped moving. She had promised her sister that she would be home to eat dinner together, and lying to her sister was the one thing that she refused to do, regardless of how hard it may be to keep her word at times.
When she finally arrived home, she was quickly greeted by her enthusiastic five-year-old sister. Bella had been waiting all night for her big sister to get home and had begun to think that she would break her promise about eating together. It wasn't something that usually happened, but sometimes Blaise would have to work late at night to the point that she wouldn't be able to see Bella until the next morning and would have to break a promise.
But now the two sisters were both home, and they would make the best of it. Blaise was tired from a long day of working, but she still managed to help Bella complete all of her homework and catch up on what was happening in her life.