Jesse woke up just before the sunrise. Which was a bad idea and she had no idea why she was up. She looked over to Jade, who surprisingly was still asleep.
"Jaaaade." She tried to whisper as not to wake their dad.
Jesse then begins to wonder why they have to share a room............
"Jade!" She almost shouts and kicks the bed her sister is on.
Jade snorts awake and glares at Jesse. Her eyes glanced at the clock and it read 5:23 am. She still had an hour before she normally wakes up.
"Jade?" His sister asked.
"..........what?" She growled out, her voice still full of gravel from the morning.
Jesse sat up in bad. "I'm bored."
"And I can't go back to sleep."
"And I'm bored."
"And I can't go back to sleep."
"And I'm bored."
"And I can't go to sl-fuck you Jade! Wake your ass up! I'm bored and you owe me a rematch!"
Jade heaved a sigh and sat up. Jesse smiled triumphantly. The girls got dressed and went downstairs to eat before heading to the field they liked to spar in. They had discovered he field a few days after moving in. When they got downstairs, they saw Charlie, which surprised them.
"Charlie, what are you doing up?" Jesse questioned.
"It's Sunday. I'm going fishing," he said as if it were obvious. Then he kissed them each on the head as they ate their cereal, and walked out the door.
"He's so weird," Jesse said, not necessarily to Jade, but more thinking out loud.
"Hey, he is OUR father. How normal can you expect him to be?" Jade replied. They both smiled, ate their food and headed to the field, parking their big truck next to an old beaten path, which was clearly used specifically for driving on through the woods.
When the two got out of the truck they saw another car poking out of the bush. It looked pretty beaten and abandoned. "Hey...was that there last time?" Jade asked her sister.
"How the hell should I know?" Jesse started up the walking trail to the clearing.
Jade shrugged and followed. "So when I win, you get to buy me lunch."
"Oh like hell I will." Jesse stopped in mid stride. "You've won the last three times, and each time you want lunch from me it's always at the expensive place with the fucking $15 stakes! Besides, I'm gonna kick your ass this time 'round."
"You wish." Jade pat her sister on the shoulder. "Come on, we're almost there."
"Bitch." Jesse grumbled. She grinned up at her sister. "Hey, Jade."
"What?" She asked without looking back.
Jesse ran up the rest of the hill side and slammed square into Jade's back.
The air in Jade's lungs completely vanished. She choked out a curse or two as she landed on the ground of the clearing. Doubled over on her knees, Jade coughed and hacked up bile.
Jesse ran past her into the clearing.
"Fucking cheating bitch..." Jade wheezed.
"Oh like you are any better." Jesse said, recalling all the times Jade got the advantage. Distinctly remembering when her face became very friendly with a tree branch.
Jade finally caught her breath and stood up to see Jesse running full speed at her. She began to try an brace herself for the blow.
"True," she said in reply to Jesse's statement as she stepped aside.
Jesse ran right past Jade, and quickly tried to turn around, barely managing to not trip over her own feet.
"Do you guys hear that?" Jacob asked his friends from the other side of the clearing. They all looked over just in time to see a girl charge another, similar looking girl and knock her down. He and his friends continued to watch, backing up into the woods so as not to be seen.
Jade and Jesse stood away from each other each across the clearing. They stood still, waiting for each to make the first move.
Jacob pulled Quill down lower into the bushes. "What's going on?"
Embry shrugged his shoulders. "I've never seen them before...what are they doing?"
"Come on Jade, do something!"
Jade snickered. "Naw."
"Oh fine. I'll start then." Jesse stepped forward, and lowered her stance.
"Dude....are they... fighting?" Quill tried to poke his head out again.
The two girls suddenly went after each other. Each aiming for the others middle. Jacob's eyes widened. "Holy shit!" Jade planted her foot in Jesse's stomach.
"Oh shit!" Jesse pulled herself back enough to soften the blow.
Jacob bolted out from the bushes, running at the girls to stop them.
"What the-" Jade started to say when she saw the boy out of the corner of her eye, but she was cut off by Jesse kicking her behind the knees, causing her to fall.
"Woah!" Jacob said as he reached the girls. "What is going on?" He questioned, catching his breath quickly.
"We're fighting. What's it look like?" Jesse snapped, trying to sit on Jade, but another boy had grabbed her by the waist. Jacob was now helping Jade off the ground.
"Why?" the boy holding Jesse asked.
"Because we're sisters. It's what we do, now get the hell off me!" Jesse said as she elbowed the boy behind her in the stomach. The boy let go of Jesse and she stood next to her sister.
"Sisters? Wait.....Jesse?! Jade?!" Jacob exclaimed.
"Yeaaah..." the girls replied hesitantly.
"It's me. Jacob. We were friends until you guys moved," he started.
"Sorry. I don't remember," Jade said half-assed.
"Sorry, me either....come to think of it, I don't even remember what I had for breakfast...did I eat breakfast?" Jesse began to wonder aloud.
"Yes," Jade laughed at her younger sister.
"It's okay. It was a long time ago," Jacob said, looking slightly put off.
Jade squinted and tilted her head. Before anyone could really stop her, she hauled off and punched Jacob in the arm.
"Ow! What the hell!?" He yelled, grabbing his arm.
"Oh well now I remember you!"
"Yea, that's because you never fucking change. You used to beat me up back then too!" Jacob looked like he was about to hit back. But Quill and Embry interrupted him with laughing.
"Oh dude...you got beat by girls!" Embry laughed so hard he had to hold onto Quill to keep from falling over. Jesse smiled a little.
"You try taking a hit from them!"
Quill laughed. "Any day man!"
Jesse took this literally and punched him in the arm as well.
"OW!!" Quill began to stomp in circles from the pain, holding his arm.
"It couldn't have hurt all that bad." Embry looked at his brother. "You're just pussies."
Jade looked at Jesse. "Honers?"
"Don't mind if I do." Jesse proceeded to peg the taller boy in the arm as well.
"Holy hell!!" He yelled.
"So. How is it you two can hit each other so hard and not be as affected?" Embry wondered aloud.
"We're sisters," Jade said as if it were obvious why....well, it kinda was.
"Right," he said.
"Well, how you guys liking being back in Forks?" Jacob started to ask.
"It's alright. Waiting for school to start and trying to pass the time," Jade said, picking a leaf out of her hair from when Jesse tackled her down when they first got there.
"Oh! We'll know Jacob!" Jesse said excitedly all of a sudden.
"Huh?" Jacob asked.
"Yeah. You go to our school, don't you?" Jade asked him.
"Yeah. Same grade as you I think. Speaking of, that starts tomorrow...you guys ready?" Jacob asked the girls, who just rolled their eyes and gave him an odd look. Jesse decided to spaz for a second. "I was born ready!" She flexed her muscles and did a pose or two. Jade raised her eye brow and pushed her sister over.
The boys laughed, but stopped as Jade was dropped on her ass when Jesse swept her leg under her.
The next day started early...but not as early as the day before. Thank god.....
The girls awoke, went to school, and got their class schedules.
"That woman is WAY too perky," Jade whispered as the walked down the hallway to their first class. Jesse shook her head in agreement.
"Okay, this is it. This is my class, I'll see you..at lunch it looks like," Jade said as Jesse sighed and kept walking, not really wanting to be separated from her sister.