4.21 – A Supernatural School?

~Jackie’s P.O.V.~

Shuri ran over to me from the front door, “Mom! Mom! Look!”

I sighed, and took the envelope she was holding, “What is it?”

“Read it, Mom! Read it!” She urged.

I complied, and opened the envelope.

“School for Supernaturally Inclined Individuals…” I hummed, looking at the seal, before opening it and looking at the letter inside.

Dear Jackie Clearwater, I would like to formally invite your daughters, T’Challa and Shuri, as well as their cousins,to my school. It is a school for supernatural beings, and humans with supernatural abilities. My school teaches those between 13 and 18. Please respond not long after their 13th birthday, and tell your sisters to do the same, if they wish for their kids to go as well. Always yours, Mr. Levio.” I read allowed.

“Can we go Mom? Can we?” Shuri looked up at me hopefully.

I sighed, “Fine.”

4.9 – Boredom

~Jackie’s P.O.V.~

“You’re so annoying!” I shouted at her.

Cherubi laughed, and just walked back to the dorms.

I sighed, and walked back a few minutes later, going to my room.

On the way there, I noticed that Cherubi liked to play with the shuffleboard. She did pretty well, I think. I’ve never played shuffleboard, so you’ll have to forgive me if I’m wrong.

I hummed, sitting down on the floor and then sketching out a drawing. I quietly drew a few pictures, before going to the easel.

I quietly finished the painting, knowing exactly what I was missing when I last touched the easel.

Afterwards, I went downstairs and to the couch, where I quietly read. We were going home tomorrow. I was pretty nervous.

4.6 – Nerves

~Jackie’s P.O.V.~

I was nervous. I laid awake that night, nervous about leaving home. Away from my moms, and only with two of my older siblings to keep me company. I glanced at Moon’s bed, across from mine.

She was sleeping comfortably, in her bed. She wasn’t cold at night, so she just laid on top of her bed, in her everyday clothes. My twin was weird. She did look quite peaceful however. I wondered how she did it. How she could sleep, when tomorrow morning we’d leave home for even more school. A harder, tougher school to pass. I didn’t want to think about it, but I had no choice. We were going. We had no choice.

I took out my sketchbook that I hid under my bed and started drawing. My mothers’ said that it was likely we’d all find someone at University. I was nervous about that. I wanted a lot of kids, at least five, so that was going to be difficult. Finding someone who wanted the same was probably going to be difficult.

We had all taken a test in the afternoon to find out what majors would suit us. Eclipsa signed up for the Communications major, Moon signed up for the Science and Medicine major, and I signed up for the Fine Arts major. I was nervous to think about everything that could happen. I ended up falling asleep, lost in my thoughts.

Like my moms’ had said, we left the next morning.

4.5 – Finally

~Moon’s P.O.V.~

“Navine, stay away from my family. Today is mine and Jackie’s birthday, and I will NOT have you ruining it,” I snarled, gripping the small yellow creature in my hand.

Navine squeaked in alarm, and quietly nodded. I huffed, and let go of her, before stomping out of the bathroom.

She was there, playing the guitar. My twin sister. Oh, did I despise her. She was pretty, and perfect. I won’t be surprised if she became even more perfect today.

I walked past her, and quietly slipped into the kitchen, where my family was waiting by the two birthday cakes. I sighed, and waited for her to come over, before we blew out the candles together. Not long afterwards, we went out to dye our highlights again. I chose my favorite color, hot pink, while she chose blue highlights and ends.

She looked the same, but I looked a bit different with the new color and hairstyle. I preferred it, actually. I thought I looked rather nice. Hot pink paired perfectly with my natural black hair.

4.3 – Jackie

~Jackie’s P.O.V.~

I smiled, quietly humming a song while I painted. I really enjoyed painting. It helped me take my mind of things. Being the youngest was tough. I had 4 siblings to look up too. Sure I had a twin, but I was still the youngest. My siblings would boss me around sometimes. Especially the older twins, Eclipsa and Meteora.

“Your grandfather was evil.” Mom explained to me one day, “He was a player. He didn’t care much for us kids. I didn’t want that for you girls, so I tried being in your life as much as possible.”

I smiled, and just nodded, not saying anything, deciding to just go back to my painting. Painting was my outlet. Sure, I could do other things. Chess was fun sometimes, so was playing the guitar, but I loved painting the most. Painting was interesting. I could do whatever I wanted.

I could just glide my hand across the canvas, and that would make art. It was peaceful. It let me calm my mind, and keep it empty of worries about the future. I was nervous, really. I knew what I wanted to do. I wanted to be in the music industry.

Possibly a pop star, if I could… but I might have to go to college for that. I was scared of asking my mom’s if I COULD go to college. We had the money, but… I still wasn’t sure if they were okay with it.

There was the guitar, too. It was my great-uncle DD’s, bought for him, when he was a teen. At least, that’s what Grandpa had told us once. I believed him. If great-uncle DD could play the guitar, then I’m sure I could too. I was excited to learn, and Mom signed me up for classes. She signed me up for Music Club at the school, too. I wasn’t going to complain. I was thrilled. If I could achieve my dream, that would be amazing! Let’s just hope my dreams don’t come crashing down.

4.2 – Moon

~Moon’s P.O.V.~

I hummed, putting down the paint brush and then getting up, removing the finished painting from the easel and placing it on the wall. I really hoped we moved soon. Maybe when we did, I could have my own room, away from my twin. My twin and I didn’t always see eye to eye. She was perfect. Literally. She could paint, solve equations in seconds, play chess, sing, dance, and play practically any instrument… and I despised her for it. How could she be so perfect? Sure, I could play chess, but not as well as she could. It was infuriating how much better than me she was.

I sighed, going to the kitchen, deciding to make pancakes. Pancakes were one of the only foods I could eat normally, in my vegetarian lifestyle. Unfortunately, she was there, and she was making pancakes, that I SHOULD’VE been making.

She glanced at me, smiling, “Hey, Moon! Want some pancakes?”

I ignored her, and got a juice box from the fridge. That would satisfy me for now, I hoped. I hummed, and thought about what I was going to do in life, leaning against the wall. I could cook, I could play chess… but I was also a bit paranoid and my siblings didn’t understand me at times. Neither did our parents, but I didn’t care. They just didn’t understand.

It started happening when I was a child. I would hear whispers in my head, and around me. I could see things at times. Interesting things. Glowing lights, things around me. I didn’t understand it, and I still don’t. Could I see something that others couldn’t?

3.7 – The End

Hans passed away that night, and everyone was in a bad mood for months. Because of it, the five teens had mood swings and changed their hair up.


Claire admitted that her girls were all wonderful and beautiful. It was going to be hard to chose her heiress… so she decided to choose three. Eclipsa, Jackie, and Moon would be her heiresses. She was sure they would do a good job.

Thea spent most of her time playing the guitar. It was going to be Spring soon enough.

“Watcher, when are you going to introduce my daughter Shoshanna*?” Thea looked up.

Oh. Um… never…? Sorry, Thea, but… Shoshanna isn’t very important, and now she’s left the house, so… I can’t…

“How rude!” Thea sighed, and went back to playing the guitar.

Anyway… as I was saying, before I was rudely interrupted, Thea really played the guitar for a while, and so did a few of her daughters.

Meteora seemed to enjoy being on the computer, and she did so often. Actually, everyone was on the computer at some point during the day.

Claire spent most of her time on the treadmill, for her job.

Jackie decided to try cooking for everyone that night.

She made pancakes. They weren’t that bad.

“Exactly! I make good food! Admire my creation! ADMIRE IT!” Jackie screamed.

Speaking of admiring things…

Moon, Jackie and Star all really like the easel…

Rest In Peace
Hans Clearwater
Father, Criminal, Casanova Wannabe

*Shoshanna – The child Thea had as a result of risky woohoo when I was trying to complete her LTW. She has now left the house, and her LTW is not fulfilled.