His phone blared loudly this morning - Blaring the song "Riot" by Three Days Grace. His eyes shot open and he raised his hand up to grab his cell phone, pressing a simple key on the device to shut off the music. He groaned and removed the covers from over him while shifting his body, so that his feet would land on the floor. "Andrew!" His mother called from the Kitchen. "Wake up your sister!" She yelled up towards him as he shook his head while lifting himself up from his bed and walking over to his curtains, opening them up. He then turned heel and walked out of his room, going down the hall towards his sister's room. He banged on the door then opened it up. "I know you heard Mom calling." He said. His eyes scanned towards her bed and saw that she wasn't in it - He walked closer to the bed and pulled back the sheets and saw that she wasn't in there. His eyes shifted towards the window when he heard a noise and saw a shadow coming through. "So, where have you been?" He asked her while folding his arms over his chest. "I hope you tend to tell me the truth or I will tell Mom and Dad." He said in a serious tone. She rolled her eyes while placing her cell phone on her dresser then a huff went through her lips. "Fine, I was at a friend's house and she wanted to know..." She promised that she wouldn't tell him, so soon, but she was being pressured at this point. "Breakfast, you two!" Their father said while standing at the doorway, looking at them both with a smile then nodded his head before going towards the stairs. "Oh, look, it's breakfast time." She said cheerfully while escorting her brother out of her room - Then shortly followed after him. "So, what is going on?" He asked her while grabbing hold of her arm. "Okay, I live a secret life that is not in this world." She stated. She didn't want to tell anyone but her brother was basically staring at her with those piercing eyes of doom. She sighed while removing her arms from his grasp. "I tell you the truth." She said before turning heel and walking down the stairs and into the kitchen. "Mmm, something smells good." She said while sitting down in front of a plate, across from her brother. She really hoped that he wouldn't ask her anything about her secret double life in front of her parents. "Samantha and Samuel, me and your father have important matters to take care of for a few days..." Their mother sat down and continued speaking. "Think you guys can handle the house by yourselves?" Their mother chuckled while looking over to their father. "No, parties." His voice was serious and he pointed an index finger at them. They both nodded their heads as Samantha's phone started to ring. She gasped then eyed everyone. She excused herself from the table and answered the phone in another room. "Hello." She said. A voice on the other side of the phone was informing her of a Corrector meeting happening within a few hours. "I'll be there." She whispered then hung the phone up, sighing while returning to the kitchen. "Who was that?" Her brother asked. She growled softly towards him then looked at her mother and father. "May I go a friend's house today?" Her mother raised a brow but her father was the one that spoke. "Who is this friend? Why are you going to their house?" He questioned her. She sighed and rolled her eyes. "Dad, I am twenty-one years old. Stop treating me like a child! I don't need to be question every single time." She hissed. Her brother was eating this up right now and knew she was bound to snap at any given moment. "I'm not hungry." She said while pushing her plate away and getting up from the table, storming off and running up the stairs. She went back into her room and slammed the door. "She is a handful." Samuel said with a hint of laughter. "Samuel." His mother hissed his name. "We're leaving you in charge." His father said while pointing his finger directly at him. Samuel celebrated a little bit and just really wanted to rub it into his sister's face. They were finish eating and his parents left shortly after. They packed the night before and loaded the car up. Must have been some important business matter. He shrugged his shoulders while closing the door and turning around with a smirk. He ran up the stairs and into his sister room, seeing that she was about to escape again. He ran over there and grabbed her by the waist, tightly. "Let me go! Let me go!" She screamed. She was struggling in his grasp. He eventually let her go then told her that he was left in charge. She couldn't believe the words that he had just spoke. "What?!" She said. "I am the oldest!" She continued. "Yeah, by three minutes." Samuel said. She rolled her eyes at him then sat down at the edge of her bed. "I want to know what's up with this second life of yours." He said in a demanding tone. He wanted some answers and wanted them now. She looked at him with her arms over her bosoms. "I can't really explain it but if you must know about, I have a meeting to go to, if you want to tag along." She said and watched as he jumped up. "Hell yeah! Let me go put some clothes on." He said while running to his room. She pressed a key on her phone and sent a message to the other Corrector(s). [Hope you guys don't mind but my brother is tagging along with me. Sorry, if it is a problem.] She waited their response while getting ready herself.