Derek sighed. "Whatever. I'll save you some food Alice," he said as he rolled his eyes at his glaring sister.
"God I hate when they are assholes," she moaned.
"They are watching the Tremors 4 movie," he said as he moved to sit down.
Derek shook his head looking to his mom. "Fine," he mumbled as he got up and turned his watch on to take the picture. When he got to the door just before he came in he put it on a count down. "Mom and dad want to know where you two got off to. What are you watching?"
"Go away Derek. I'm not hungry," Alice said taking one of Seth's pillows and throwing it at her brother.
"Yeah, he's like a beanstalk," she said with a laugh.
"Pretty sure mom ended up buying me pants that were super long for a few school years because I was outgrowing them weekly," Derek chimed in.
The border was overrun when Damian and Derek got there. It was horrible. The creatures were en masse. They had seen them as they crossed the country over the past few days but that didn’t make trying to walk through the place any better.
“I told you we should have left earlier,” Damian said to his brother a little frustrated as he held the officers shotgun and the continued to quietly work their way through border control.
It had been a long time since Violet and Red had seen their old friends Dave and Debra. It had been since Seth and Alice we're about 3 or 4 years old. So as they got to space she sought them out to find them and invite them over to dinner.
It was after their classes for the day that the family would come in and dinner would be nearly down. "We're having guests," Violet said to them.
An incident in town had kept Red late at work. It wasn't until the end of the sixth inning, more than halfway through their oldest son's game, that he slid quietly into the bleachers beside his wife. His gear was absent, but Red was still wearing his uniform as he settled, taking a moment to scope out the score on the board. Their team was two points ahead, runners on first and third.
"He been on the mound yet?" Red asked his wife, seeing Seth playing his secondary position as short stop rather than pitching at the moment. So far that was where he'd been playing the whole of the game, the two senior pitchers on the team having roated through the first three innings. Before Violet could answer the pitcher wound up and threw. The batter nailed a leftward line drive that Seth snagged from the air, and with practiced fluidity he took the ball and hurled it to the catcher at home plate to intercept the steal. There was a brief run down between the catcher and third before a successful tag out that made three, leaving their son's team trotting in to their dugout to get ready to go to bat while the other team took the field.
Down in the front rows of the bleachers a collection of their son's friends and cousins broke out into cheers.
Alice and Seth had grown up with some traditional families within really old blood lines within the Supernatural world. Seth was always taught he had no choice in who he would marry and Alice the opposite but when it came down to it, a treaty between the lead Hunter family and the lead Werewolf pack that was supposed to help in staving off further war. It would give the wolves the opportunity to take care of their own when they got out of hand instead of the Hunters however it made for a tense treaty as many didn't believe it would work, least of all the kids that were supposed to be the ones getting married to seal it.
Both of them took off at the first opportunity they got and ended up in Florida for the sunny beaches and fun time.
Alice had gotten a place to stay with a roommate. She would be out on the beach by herself sunning for the moment before she would get up and go to get in the water.