The tale of two sisters
It was a dark night in spring. The only thing that lit her path was the brightness of the moon, and nothing more. She didn't dare to lit her flash light, because she was afraid it would give away her position.
Oh, for Peetes sake! This can't be true!
She looked around her to see if she caught any attention, from anyone at all.
But there was no movement, not other than the trees when the wind blew around once more
She continued her journey, getting closer and closer to her target. Her goal; she had no idea what to do there, but she knew that she wanted to talk to her.
And maybe the worst thing of it all, was that she was on her own. She didn't let anyone know about what she was doing at the moment. No, nobody at U.Z.Z. knew what she was doing. Not even her own fiancé, Victor Volt, knew what his dear sweetheart was doing.
Anita Knight was on her own.
Earlier that day, Anita Knight was at the H.Q. of U.Z.Z. It was a day like any other day. It was quiet and not really much to do. So she decided to study in the canteen.
"Hello, honey, guess who missed you?"
The sound of her mother-in-law's voice made Anita look up. She was studying a book about first aid, since Victor had been in a lot of accidents lately, and it was certainly nice to know some first aid when you have a child.
Mildred Volt walked into the room, with a boy on her arm. Since it was a Saturday, Timothy Knight stayed with his grandmother because pre school wasn't open on Saturdays.
Anita smiled and she took Timothy from Mildred. "Well, hello, sweetie. How was it at Grandma's house?"
Timothy smiled. "Very funny! And we eat lots of ice cream!"
Anita chuckled. That was something Mildred wouldn't do and she knew that. Timothy had a big fantasy, just like his father. "That's very nice, sweetie."
Timothy nestled himself into his mother's arms and snuggled against her. "I love you, Mommy."
"And I love you too, Timmy."
Mildred smiled as she pulled up a chair. "So, quiet day then today?"
Anita nodded. There wasn't much to do right now. It was too hot for the Imposters, the Chef was still in jail and the Floating Heads were still gone for some reason. The only threat they had to fear today was T.H.E.M. It had been really quiet for the last days, so they figured there would be an attack from them any time now. "You'll never know when T.H.E.M. will attack. I just hope it won't be soon."
"I hope so too, honey." Mildred looked around her. "Where's Victor?"
Anita chuckled. "My dear fiancé is trying to get his sky-bike fixed, because he had an accident with it once again."
Mildred sighed. " What did he do now?"
"All I know is that he had to follow an animal of one kind, and he was only focussing on the animal instead of the environment."
While the women were talking about him, Victor Volt was in Anita's bunker. While he was busy fixing his sky-bike, he noticed that the battery of his communicator was empty. He already tried to find his charger, but since he couldn't find his, he decided to take Anita's instead.
So he was looking through her drawers, trying to find the thing he was looking for. He opened the drawer of her nightstand and started to look through it.
"Where did she leave hers?" He mumbled while he took some of the things out of the drawer. "It should be somewhere around here."
He was never really the kind of guy who would poke around Anita's stuff, but this was an emergency.
Finally, Victor found the thing he was looking for. "I knew she would leave it around here!" he said with a big smile.
He just wanted to place Anita's stuff back into the drawer when his eye caught something. In the drawer was an old picture. It showed a sixteen-years old Anita with someone else, someone who looked a lot like her and who seemed to be the same age. "What is..."
"Victor! What are you doing here?"
The voice of Anita made Victor jump up and he gave her a scared look. "I was looking for a charger for my communicator. But then I found this. Who is this?"
Anita sighed and she sat down onto the bed. "This is a picture of me and Alicia. She is my twin-sister."