I woke up to someone shaking me. “Ness, wake up!” I groaned and turned on my side.
“Leave me alone, Mike,” I said to my brother. I had two brothers and it was no fun at all being the baby of the house. They were overprotective sometimes, but aren’t brothers supposed to be that way?
“You have to get up. Stop being lazy.” I rolled my eyes and stood up, looking at Mike.
“Okay, leave,” I said. He rolled his eyes and left, shutting my door. I stood up and went over to my closet. I took a black tank-top off a hanger and laid it on my bed along with a black skirt with un-even shreds and torn up black stockings that I tore up myself.
I walked over to my vanity and made my brunette hair exactly the way I wanted it to be. I did my makeup and then smiled at myself in the mirror, knowing the makeup would cover up all the flaws. Yes, I was an insecure teenager who didn’t like her life at all besides the fact that her brothers are sometimes sweet and understanding and sometimes they’re overprotective and annoying. I was close to their two band members, too. Jaime and Tony. They were both sweethearts, too.
I walked down the stairs and sat down at the table in the kitchen. "Are you going to actually eat today, Ness?" Vic asked. I normally don't eat much, sometimes I don't eat at all and Vic says it "worries" him. I don't even know why. I'm perfectly fine. It’s not like I’m anorexic at all. "Vic, I'm not eating. Don't worry about it." "Please? Ness, I'm worried about you. You need to eat. You're going to get sick." I rolled my eyes. "I'm fine. You're not my dad, don't act like it." I snapped. See what I mean by overprotective and annoying?
I hated whenever I snapped, especially at Vic or Mike. I loved them both to death, but I hated how protective they were sometimes. It drove me crazy. But, they’re my brothers. It's supposed to be that way.
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Colliding With The Sky (Jaime Preciado Love Story) *FINISHED*Fanfiction
Vanessa is Mike and Vic's little sister and they treat her like she's a baby. But one day, things change for both the better and the worse.