Jaidon and I quiet watching as things take place. "Who would've thought Merleah had A sister. Your awfully quiet." I Said looking at Jaidon.
He looks at me, then back at Merleah, "What's on your mind..." I asked Jaidon who didn't do much as give me a nod of the head or expresion.
I sighed, giving up, and walked to Merleah, "If there's anything we can do to help, just ask. Were here. But this situation doesn't seem to bad, heh."
My eyes soften, my arms crossed, my fingers diggin into my skin, my finger turning white all the feelings has left them.
"Mom He's no listening to me!" Nick's seven year-old finger was carelessly pointed at me.
I stuck my tongue out at him, he gasps, in a pathetic in childish way like a giant suck of air, it makes me chuckle.
Her back was turned, in memories I never saw her face. Just her brown hair, and tall figure.
"Why don't you two go to the beach again." She sets down are castle buckets, and sand cutouts, shovels and more buckets.
Nick vigorously picked them up, and pulled my small fragile wrist out the door.
For us, the beach was a backyard. We had to stay near the top away from the water where she can still see us from the kitchen window.
Nick makes various runs to the house to gather water for the sand, and some time around there both of are parents came out.
My minds flashes to end of the day, while we watched the sun disappear behind the waves. For some people it was a worth driving out for.
I saw it everyday then, it didn't matter to much to me.
I shake my head, unsure why those memories came from knowhere. And look at Nick who was talking to Merleah.
Then to Maya, "Where'd you come from, then."