"Ace Trainer get out here RIGHT now!" My mother screamed in frustration as I played on my computer, locking the door so no one could come in. "Don't make me bust the door open." I can practically feel her glare through the door and it makes me happy. Ya, she SHOULD be glaring.
"As if you COULD break the door down." I smile, amused by that thought.
"Ace, just PLEASE get out here!"
"What do I get?" I replied, rolling my eyes. Did my mom REALLY think I would just open the door if she said Please? YEAH, right. I knew EXACTLY why she wanted to talk to me and truth was, I didn't want to go.
"I've given up on this. Th-this child." I could practically HEAR my mom whining to my dad, seriously? "He can't be proper and he doesn't follow the rules and DANIEL he was SUPPOSED to be the BEST ONE. That's what he named him..." At this point I'm betting my mom is grabbing my dad's arm and begging. JUST because I won't go to Estella's kingdom. What even is her problem?
"You do REALIZE I can hear you right?" I yelled through the door.
"ACE TRAINER come OUT!" Laughing, I smiled..
"I'm not gay dad, I don't need to come out cause I wasn't in the closet in the first place."
"I can see that by the amount of girls are always around you." I can almost see my dad rolling his eyes on the other end.
"ACCEEE!!" My little sister Brianna laughed as she playfully ran to my door, pushing my parents aside. "WILL YOU PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE COME OUT?" Her giggling could be heard through the door. "YOU need to fix my dolly." Laughing, I opened the door, ignored my parents and went over to Bri's room.
"So, what seems to be the problem?" I talked in a fake "doctorish" accent, watching her giggle even louder. Brianna was just PLAIN amazing. I loved her.
"Prince Brian didn't get his tea today and he's REALLY grumpy." She pointed to one of her favorite dolls, Prince Brian.
"Well let's see what we can do about that." I smiled and walked over to the top drawer of Brianna's room pulling out the "tea" for the dollies. "Here you go Prince Brian." As I turned to exit the room Brianna ran and grabbed my hand.
"ACCYY You forgot to say Happy Birthday to Prince Theodore. It's his birthday, remember?"
"Oh, I'm SO sorry I forgot." I smiled kindly at her, "Happy Birthday Prince Theodore, how old are you turning?"
"17," Brianna said in her Prince Theodore voice,
"WOW.. That's a big number." I laughed and smiled as she and walked together to the dining room where my parents were waiting. "What is it?" I asked them madly, completely losing the happy attitude I had had only seconds before.
"You NEED to go to Princess Estella's 16th birthday. It's a tradition to go to the palace at every child's 16th birthday, just like how they all went to yours."
"But I don't WANT to go to her birthday. Nothing interesting happens there anyways."
"Well Princess Estella is VERY pretty. Perhaps you guys could hit it off?" She asked suggestively, although it's SO obvious that she doesn't care whether I like her, she just wants the army and the resources for herself and her kingdom.
"Mom, I KNOW you want the resources and army, alright? And I'm not going to help you by marrying someone only for money. I'm going to marry for love so sorry..."
"But can't you just go? Please?" She was practically begging now, pathetic. We didn't even need the army THAT bad.
"Ya, Ace. Will you come with me?" Brianna asked, completely oblivious to the argument that was going on. She was so cute and I couldn't leave her to face the boys all alone.
"Alright, fine. But only for Brianna." I glared at my parents and turned,
"Oh... And one last thing.. Can you please put a shirt on when we're there?" Mom asked, I bet she was hoping but there was NO way.
"NO. Shirts are uncomfortable and I refuse."
"Fine then. You'll just be the improper one out of all of them there."
"Well, good for me." I glared and went back up to my room, packing my luggage and then helping Bri pack hers. After we were done, I went out, talked to Jacob the carriageman, and got a carriage for me and Brianna, as my parents had already left. Obviously, THEY didn't care enough about their children to even stay with them and go with them to the place, but that was probably because they thought we were a disgrace to the family... I HATED it how they were always mean to Brianna because of her autism, it's not her fault, she's different and I love her for it. But they just can't accept difference and it hurts me so bad.
"Let's go." I laughed with Brianna as the two of us got into the carriage, talking with everyone inside, playing games, and generally having a fun time. My times with Brianna would always be my favorite. Finally, we got to the kingdom entrance and I slouched a bit, walking inside shirtless with pants that might've looked like pajama pants to some people. I certainly wasn't here to make a good impression.