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“Alex. Are you coming? It’s your first day of school.” My mom called me.
“Yes mom. I’m coming!” I ran down the stairs only to find my idiotic brother Asher eating all of my bacon. “Hey!” I yelled at him. He smirked before he took the last one and ran off into the living room.
I ran after him and almost ran over my uncle. “Sorry uncle Carter.” I said in a rush before running after Asher.
“I see Alex is getting her alpha werewolf speed under control.” Uncle Carter said.
“Yes. She just shifted last week.” My mom replied with a bright smile.
“How’s Skylar and Axel?” Uncle Spencer said walking in.
“Good.” They both replied smiling.
“Now, where is my niece?”
“Uncle Spencer!” I yelled running over to him.
“How do you like being 16?” He asked me.
“Okay. I don’t feel any different, well besides the fact that I shifted last week.”
“Pft. Being 18 is better.” Asher said in a matter-of-factly tone.
“Whatever.” I said laughing shoving his shoulder gently.
“Come on. I’ll give you a ride to school sis.” He said nicely.
“Sweet. Thanks Asher.” I said and I went to go grab my bookbag.
“Now remember Asher. If any boy even looks at her, kick his ass.” Our dad said.
“Yes dad.” Asher replied back. “And trust me I know. I don’t want any guy staring at my little sis.”
“You are only 2 years older than me.” I laughed.
“I don’t care. You are younger than me, therefor I have to protect you.” He said puffing out his chest.
“Lets just go.” I laughed at him.
Today was the day. My first day of school….joy to the world. Note the sarcasm.
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