Chapter 3.13: Growing Up

I opened my mouth to call for mama, then shut it. I was a young adult now, I could do things on my own. I started to repair the sink when a huge stream of water hit me. “Watcher!” I muttered. My whole top was wet now.


“Crap.” One of the screws I was trying to tighten suddenly came loose and hit me. I felt around the floor for it and finally found it. It took 2 hours, but I fixed it, without help. I looked up through the window and gasped. Running outside, I yelled to Lexie and Mason. “Come out here!” Mama was dead.



I tried to get the Grim Reaper to spare mama’s life, but he was just super rude. Said something about how his predecessors almost got fired for sparing lives.

Watcher, she was my mama. She raised me and Lexie and Mason. She raised all of us alone. And now… now she was gone.


Lexie took it the hardest. She couldn’t do anything. She’d stop whatever she was doing to cry. I swear there was almost a few fires in the kitchen, because she stopped paying attention to what she was cooking. I didn’t know what to do. Damn, I didn’t know how to help myself, how was I supposed to help my younger sister and brother?


I got it, though. Mama was the only parent we really knew. Our dad died when we were really young. I barely remembered him, and Lexie was only a baby when he died.


I found her crying over mama’s grave a few times throughout the day.


I couldn’t sleep. I was too busy thinking about everything that’s happened.


The next morning, I went down only to find Lexie and Mason fighting. Watcher, I didn’t need this. I so didn’t.


I didn’t even remember them hating each other. I guess Lexie never really talked to him, but I didn’t much either. He was always younger than me, and he was a boy… I didn’t have much to talk about with him. When I was little, I didn’t talk to him because he was a boy, and I thought boys were gross. Now, though, I still don’t talk to him. I never really thought about it much. I had Lexie, and my best friend Lyric. I hardly knew my brother… but at least I wasn’t fighting him! I didn’t want any part of their fight, so I went to my room. I just scrolled through some news, not able to get my mind off things.


I couldn’t stand to be in that house any longer. I went out for a run… far away from my sister and brother. What was going on?


A/N: So guys, I caught up! This is it! Everything after this is brand new stuff that even I didn’t know was going to happen (yet) 🙂 I’m super excited! Happy Pride Month everyone! ❤️🏳️‍🌈

9 thoughts on “Chapter 3.13: Growing Up

  1. 🏳️‍🌈 Happy Pride Month! 🏳️‍🌈
    I can’t believe Selena died! At least she was able to live a long and wonderful life!❤️

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    1. ❤️ Selena lived an amazing life and was at peace with herself when she died & what more could you ask for? ❤️


  2. RIP Selena. I really loved her…:(…oh well, on with the show. I hope the kids end up alright. Quite worried to see Lexie and Mason fighting!

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    1. The reason for the fight will be told soon! That’s all I’ll say for now 😉


  3. OH NO SELENA! I wasn’t ready to see her go! 😭😭😭😭
    At least Addie had a hella strong mother to learn from! She’s going to be great, I have a lot of faith in her 😀

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    1. I wasn’t ready either! She grew a lot! Addie will certainly try her hardest!

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  4. Oh Selena!! And the sibling rivalry! What’s going on!

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  5. Ah, I’m sad the girls don’t have a good relationship with their brother, but I guess the age difference makes it hard. My sister in rl is 11 years older.

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