|Professor Daniel Jackson and the twins hmm?
Author: JackSam200 PM
Two very strange and highly intelligent girls, or should i say twins. Turn out to be very important people in SG1's, new & old, lives. Janet's still alive and its set between S4 of Atlantis and the beginning of Universe. J/S, Jan/Dan. also by babyred1995.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Family - Chapters: 3 - Words: 4,551 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Published: 01-18-10 - id: 5677247
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Teal'c placed Grace in the car, another less violent scream filling the air of the parking lot.
"It's gonna be okay, Gracie. I promise!" Crystal climbed in beside her sister, and Teal'c politely pretended not to notice the tear that was traveling down her cheek.
Jack said a few words to the others, before he got into the front of the other car beside Sam, with Jack driving. While Cameron and Teal'c got in the back, they drove off quietly through the parking lot.
Daniel and Vala hopped in the front of the car Crystal and Grace were in, they pulled out of the parking lot quietly and headed to the SGC. Crystal was trying to reassure Grace, but felt as if she was failing.
"Please, Professor! We have to help her!" She choked out to Daniel. Vala turned in her seat so she could face the distraught twin.
"We'll be there soon sweetie."
"I…" she looked at Daniel questioningly, before turning back to Crystal, "It's called Cheyenne Mountain Complex. We work there. It's a…"
"…An old bunker. A nuclear bunker, right?"
"Yeah! How did you know that?"
Crystal glanced at her sister as she answered.
"We have dreams. I…I can't explain how but we both have the same dreams and they always come true or are about something real. Like for example, the other two, the colonel and Jack I think it is."
"Sam and Jack, what do you mean?" Daniel asked, never taking his eyes off the road ahead.
"In the book? You saw the machine, and you recognized it, but that wasn't the only drawing in there you would have recognized. Grace draws the dreams; I write 'em. Only two days ago, we had a dream, about…the other two. They were at dinner together, at 'Delilah's', when…" She quickly tried to remember if she saw Sam's finger for the 3 carat gold ring with a sapphire, not wanting to ruin the surprise if he hadn't already asked, "He popped the question. He had this whole speech prepared, which he practiced in the men's room but didn't end up using. He ended up just asking. Plain and simple. And, she liked that. Anyone could have told that by the smile on her face. When we woke up, Grace and I did what we always do after a dream. She drew a sketch of both their faces in the book, and when we saw them, professor well, you could say we were kind of surprised."
Silence filled the car, as Vala turned back around to face the road. Sam's silver 'VW' sat at a steady 100 km's/hr in front of them.
"Crystal…"Grace whispered hoarsely, pulling Crystal's eyes away from the passing landscape.
"Grace! Are you okay?" The fear had returned to her voice.
"Yeah…my head hurts so much. This is what happens to you all those times you dream while you're awake?"
Vala's head whipped around when she heard the voices.
"Welcome back to the world, Grace." She greeted with a small smile.
Daniel stopped the car behind Sam's at the gate and waited while the guards checked identification.
The medical team rushed Grace into the isolation room on a gurney, with Crystal, Dr Jackson and Vala following closely behind. A sergeant stepped in front of Crystal.
"I'm sorry but you're going to have to come with me" The sergeant looked down at her, trying to guide her in the direction he wanted.
"I'm not going with you, I am going with my sister, I don't care who you are your not going to stop me." She snapped and started to move around him, but he wouldn't budge. He grabbed her arm, and insisted firmer that she follow him.
"It was not a request. It was an order."
"You can't order me to do anything. I don't work for you. I don't even work for the air force, so get your hands off of me and let me see my sister!" She demanded.
Daniel stepped in between them, his eyes locked on the sergeant.
"It's okay Sergeant. I can take it from here."
"Yes Doctor!" he said through gritted teeth, moving away slowly and cautiously.
"Thank you," Daniel turned to the twin, "This way." He directed her into the isolation room, where a short brown hair haired woman who wore a medical coat was examining her sister. She shone a penlight into Grace's eyes.
"No, no, no, no, no! You shouldn't do that!" Crystal ran up to the doctor, and grabbed the light from her hands, before chucking it to the end of the bed.
"Excuse me, what are you doing? This is my patient, and you have no right to interfere." The doctor snapped in disbelief.
"Oh yeah? Well this so happens to be my sister and you have no right to interfere with her! Uh huh, I went there."
Their eyes were locked to each other's and Grace coughed, trying to break the tension in the room.
"Sick person over here. My god, this feels worse than when we were hit by that train…"
"…Of thought!" Crystal saved, looking away from the doctor.
"Oh right. Yeah. It hurts to think."
"I've warned you about trying, Gracie."
"We need to know what's going on with her so we can help her." The doctor insisted.
"I've already told Professor Jackson, and Vala that she's just dreaming and hurts a little bit. Okay, maybe more than a little bit, but she'll be fine."
"If it's just dreaming, then why does it hurt so much?" Vala asked from the doorway.
"Because…the dreams are just intense. That's all." Grace said, sitting up.
"Intense in what way?" the doctor picked her penlight up off the end of the bed, giving a small glare in Crystal direction.
"Ah…it's just really vivid, like I'm there or something." Grace looked around nervously unaware of Vala, Daniel's and Crystal's previous conversation in the car.
"Maybe we should leave them for a while, Janet? Vala?" Daniel asked directing them to the door with his hands.
"Ah yeah maybe that's a good idea." Vala said.
"Janet, you coming?" Daniel asked as he walked over to the door.
"Yes, as soon as I finish up here"
"Janet, I think we should…" Janet looked over to Daniel.
A beeping noise was heard over the chatter, and Janet noticed that it was Grace's heart monitor making the sounds, and she was already at the unconscious twins side, with a needle, injecting her with something.
"What's happening? What are you doing?" Crystal tried to get to her sister, but Vala was holding her back.
"Let the good Dr do her job and help your sister. You can come with us, and we'll explain what we think is going on. Okay, darling?"
They left the room with Crystal, while her eyes were still locked on the scene playing out in the isolation room. They headed down the halls of the mountain until they reached a formal looking room, with a long table in the center and a large metal window on the right