Life at My House

A Yu-Gi-Oh FanFic

By: Seto's Princess

3/4/06 – I edited this story and "Sarai De La Rosa" is an OC, ok? There are a few changes in the story now. I am so sorry to have to restart everything, but I wanted to fix this story. I hope you do not mind the small changes.

Original Review Number (Chapters 1-28): 459… (Thanks for the support everyone!)

...In this fic, the Millennium Necklace belongs to Ishizu. It is rightfully hers anyway. It originally belonged to priestess Isis in ancient Egypt...

Disclaimer – I do not own Yu-Gi-Oh. Nope... I don't own anything in this fic except my house and the stuff in my house... lol... buhh I don't own Yu-Gi-Oh.

'Italicized words' are thoughts...

Chapter 1 – Trap doors, Yelling, Sarai De La Rosa…
(I merged the original first four chapters into one.)

Seto Kaiba's Point of View

Saturday Morning. 6:30 AM.

Beep Beep...

'Damn alarm clock.' I slammed my fist on it. 'Crap, it broke! Oh well, it lasted 15 days... 2 days longer than the last one... Whatever... I'm going back to sleep!'

"Morniiiiinnng, Big Brother!"

'Aw, crap... Mokuba... Now I'll never get back to sleep.'

"Mokuba, why are you awake at this hour?" I asked him.

'Why IS he awake at this hour? He's not usually awake until 8:00 on Saturdays...'

"Someone rang the doorbell. I went to see who it was and I found this letter on the ground right outside our door," he said as he held up a slightly strange royal blue envelope with silver stars on it.

'Despite the strange and possibly feminine look, it does look slightly official. Just slightly…'

"Open it, Seto!"

Growl... I opened the envelope and read the letter. 'This doesn't look official at all. It's ridiculously short...'

Dear Seto and Mokuba Kaiba,

You have been invited to participate in my contest. The grand prize is any one special request! Come today as soon as possible to the address shown on the envelope.

Sincerely,

Sarai De La Rosa

'What the hell? What kind of contest? What kind of prize is that? Whoever this person is, she certainly likes ticking people off...'

"Wow! Sounds interesting! We can have anything we want! Can we go, Seto?" he asked as he looked up at me.

"No. This person doesn't even have the right mind to make this sound the least bit interesting!"

"Awww... Seto, come on! Please!"

'He's looking up at me with those sparkling blue eyes and that cute puppy face. Must resist the face. Must resist the face! Must resist the face!'

"Okay," I said to him.

'Damn it! I'm the CEO of Kaiba Corp. and yet I can't resist my brother's puppy face. Crap!' I stood up from my bed and put on my favorite white trench coat. Mokuba went back to his room and dressed himself as I headed downstairs to the kitchen to eat breakfast. We both had some cereal and then left our mansion. We took the limo to the address that was on the envelope. We were there after a few minutes.

'This place doesn't look important at all. In fact, it's just a regular 3-story house. This is where the contest is being held?' I glanced at the envelope. 'Hmm... We're at the right address...'

Ding Dong…

'Oh great... This looks promising... NOT!'

The door opened and a 15-year-old girl stepped out. She was about 5'2" with long black waist-length hair which was in somewhat of disarray. She had on a pair of black pants with a white stripe on each side and a turquoise long-sleeved shirt.

"Yay! You made it! I wasn't sure you were going to come. My name is Sarai," the girl said.

'A blue envelope, a simple house, a fifteen-year-old girl... OH, NOW I'm impressed... NOT!'

"Please come in," she said with a big goofy smile.

"We are not going in until you tell us what the contest is and what the real prize is," I said to her sternly. 'I'm not going in anyway. I don't really care.'

"That's the entire point. You have to figure out why I told you to come and what the grand prize is," she said.

"I don't like people who waste my time. Let's go Mokuba."

"Wait," she called after us, "you at least get something for coming here."

'Is she serious? Is this some kind of trick?'

"And what exactly is that?" I asked her.

"This!" she exclaimed as she took out a remote control with a ridiculously large red button. She told us to press it.

'Is she kidding me? Does she really think I'm going to fall for something like that! No way! There's no way I'm pressing that button.' I looked around me. 'Perhaps it's a trap. I don't care. I should just walk away now. Yes. That's it. I won't press the damn button and I should just' – "NO! MOKUBA!" 'Oh great! He pressed the button...Wait, nothing happen'- "AGH!"

The ground underneath us collapsed and we fell through a big hole in the ground.

"Owww... Seto? Are you okay? Seto? Hello? SETO?" someone called out to me.

'Ow... What the hell happened?'

"SETO!"

'Stop yelling! Who keeps yelling?'

"SETOOOOOOO!"

"WHAT!" 'Ow... I feel like I landed on my head, but actually my ass hurts like hell.' I looked over and saw Mokuba kneeling down next to me. I was lying on the ground.

"Are you okay, Mokuba?" I asked him.

"Yes, Seto. Are you okay?" he asked me.

"Yes."

We were in a room made completely out of steel. There was a small light bulb built into one of the walls, which were tiled. However, it didn't look like they were normal tiles... I looked at the floor and saw the small carpet I was lying on. Then I looked up and saw the hole we fell through. It started closing.

'Damn it! She had a trap door. Is this another one of my stupid fan girls? Well, I'll admit, she's the smartest one I've met so far. That's not saying much, though, since very few fan girls actually managed to approach me. Not very smart, but she's the first to get Mokuba involved. I'll give her credit for that. However, I'll get away. I WILL get away.'

"HEELLLOOO!" the girl said as she appeared from a door at the top of some stairs that were in the room. "Have a nice fall? Hope you're not hurt. Um... excuse me, but I need the carpet you're sitting on, Seto. It's for the others."

'Damn... My head hurts...'

"Others? What do you mean? What others?" I asked her.

"Yugi, Joey, Tea, Mai, Marik, Bakura, and Ishizu are coming as well. Are you going to stay in that room forever? I have an apartment all ready for you two, that is, unless you'd rather stay here."

"What are you talking about? We are leaving! Come on, Mokuba. This has been a total waste of my time!" I said as I walked up the stairs, past her, and headed for the front door.

She just stood there with her arms crossed and smiled. 'She really is crazy. Yes. This is just another stupid fan girl who' – "AGH!"

The same trap door opened and I fell through.

"OWWWWW!" 'Aww crap... Did I just fall down the same stupid trap door? Where's Mokuba?' I looked up.

"Are you okay, Seto?" Mokuba said as he looked down at me.

"Yeah," I said as I went back up the stairs.

"Sorry. You can't leave," the girl said.

'She's smiling her stupid smile again.' I glared at her. "What do you want? Tell me what the hell it is you want, so I can leave."

"Okay… I want you!" 'Boy, that sounds cheesy,' she thought "And you can leave... when I say so."

"WHAT! You are more out of your mind than I thought!" I yelled.

"You have to live here with the rest of people I invited until I say so. That's the contest. You guys will be awarded points on stuff... And in the end, the person who has the most points and who hasn't gone nuts wins the prize. As for what the prize is, well, it's a surprise," she said.

Where was Mokuba during all this, you might ask... Well, I guess he was admiring our conversation. He did not seem at all worried by the prospect of having to stay in this stupid house until this stupid fan girl of mine says we can leave. Well, I do not have time for this nonsense! I have things to do and a company to run and I am not going to let a stupid fan girl and her ridiculous trap doors stop me!

"YOU ARE OUT OF YOUR MIND!" I yelled. I walked towards the door again. This time, however, I jumped over her stupid trap door. "HA! You're smart Sarai, but you're not smart enou-

"AGGGGHHHH!" Another trap door opened up right underneath me. "OWWWW! WHAT THE HELL?"

"I have a system of trap doors and other traps set up so that no one can get out," Sarai said from the top of the stairs.

I stormed up the stairs... for the THIRD TIME! "Why you little-" I wanted to wring her neck. How dare she try to keep my brother and me trapped in here!

Ding Dong.

"That must be the others. Your apartment is in there," Sarai said as she pointed to the door behind her. "Don't complain. You have a whole apartment to yourselves! Sorry about this, Mokuba. I hope you have fun!" She walked to the front door to let the others in.

'Crap... I guess we're stuck here until I can figure out a way to escape... Personally, I don't believe her... She doesn't look like the type who could afford a whole system of traps...' Mokuba and I entered the apartment. It was small, but I guess it was livable. There was a bathroom, a kitchen, a living room with a TV, and a decent sized bedroom with a King sized bed in it. 'Hmm... Hopefully, she was telling the truth and we DO have this apartment to OURSELVES! I couldn't stand having to share with Yugi or his stupid little, yet not-so-little, fan club... Could this get any worse?'

"GAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!" a very high-pitched, perky, fading voice screamed from the front door. 'Let me guess... That stupid Gardner fell down the trap door...?'

"NOOOOOO! TEA! What did you do to- GAAAAAHHHH!" came another screaming voice right after Gardner's. 'Oh great... Yugi...'

"OOOWWWW! YUGI! GET OFF OF ME!" screamed Gardner. O.o 'It seems Yugi fell on top of her…. I wish I could see that!' "Hahahahaha!''

"Seto, what's so funny?" Mokuba asked me.

"Uh... nothi-" I was cut off by lame Gardner's constant yelling as she thundered up the stairs. '…with Yugi close behind, I'm sure.'

"WHO THE HELL DO YOU THINK YOU ARE! HOW DARE YOU DO THIS TO POOR YUGI AND ME?"

"What do you think is going on, big brother?" Mokuba asked.

"I don't know, Mokuba. Wait here..." I slowly walked to the door and took a peek at what was going on. Gardner was still yelling at Sarai. I really did not need to open the door for that... Gardner was pretty damn loud anyway. Sarai was just standing there with her arms crossed; just like she did with me.

"YOU HAVE THE NERVE TO JUST STAND THERE SMILING! THAT'S IT! LET'S GO, YUGI!" Gardner said, or rather, yelled, as she grabbed Yugi's arm and dragged him towards the front door. I snickered slightly at the scene before me.

"What was that!" Gardner asked as she turned around to face Sarai.

"Uh... erm... NOTHING!" Sarai took a step back, grabbed the doorknob behind her and pulled it shut. Actually, it did not close all the way because she had shut it on my hand.

"AGGHH! DAMN IT! SARAI! YOU SLAMMED THE DOOR ON MY HAND!" I screamed.

"Seto! Are you okay!" Mokuba ran over to me.

Sarai opened the door slightly, I pulled my hand out, and she poked her head inside. "SHUT UP!" she said and slammed the door shut.

"What the hell! That sounded like Kaiba! Is he here?" Gardner asked.

"NO! OF COURSE NOT!" Sarai said and chuckled nervously.

"Whatever... I don't care if he's here or not. Let's go, Yugi," Gardner said as she dragged Yugi towards the front door again.

"I don't think so!" Sarai exclaimed. She clapped twice and said the number twelve out loud. I heard a big 'splash' from the front door. I peeked out my door again, keeping my hands inside this time of course, and saw Gardner completely drenched in water. Yugi was also slightly wet, but Gardner was hit by it directly.

"WHAT THE HELL IS YOUR PROBLEM SARAI!" Gardner yelled as she walked slowly towards Sarai.

"WAIT! Hold on, Tea! I'll explain!" Sarai exclaimed as she flailed her arms in the air to keep Gardner away.

"Yes, please explain," Yugi said. It was the first thing he said since he arrived here.

"Okay, here's the thing..." Sarai explained the whole thing to them - the same way she did to me, except she didn't mention that I would be here too, and then she told them to wait for her upstairs. After a few minutes, the doorbell rang again.

Ding Dong...

Mokuba watched TV as I peeked out of my apartment again to see who had arrived this time.

"Hey, are you da one who sent me an' my sis dis letta?" 'Oh, just my luck... It's the mutt... His sister was with him as well.

"Sort of… I don't remember inviting Serenity…" Sarai said with a raised eyebrow.

"Well, I wanted to bring her along. She's visitin for da week," Wheeler explained.

"So, what's the contest?" the mutt's sister asked.

"That's a surprise. Why don't you go join Yugi and Tea upstairs and wait for me there? I have to stay down here until everyone is here."

"Yuge's here? Cool! Come on, Serenity!"

"Okay big brother!" Serenity followed her brother upstairs.

"Boy that was easy. Though I wasn't expecting Serenity… Damn, I'll have to add her in to my whole contest plan…" Sarai said once the Wheelers were upstairs. "Then again, maybe it wasn't so easy... I'm sure Yugi and Tea are going to tell Joey and he'll-"

"WHAAAAATTT?" A sudden outburst cut Sarai off. Wheeler thundered down the stairs. "YA BETTA EXPLAIN TA ME WHAT THE HEY DIS IS ALL ABOUT, OR YOU'LL BE SORRY!"

"Joey! CALM DOWN!" his sister said as she quickly ran down the stairs to prevent any violence from her hot-headed brother.

"WHY SHOULD I CALM DOWN IF DIS GIRL WANTS TA KEEP US TRAPPED HERE, SIS!"

"There's got to be a logical explanation, Joey! I'm sure she doesn't mean to harm us!" Serenity exclaimed.

"Serenity's right!" Sarai exclaimed and then shuddered. "Damn, I never thought I would ever say THAT in my life… Anyway, I mean you no harm! Let me explain..." Sarai told her stupid story for the third time. I was tired of it. 'I want to know what her REAL plan is... Why the hell is she keeping us trapped here?'

"Well, alright. But you betta be tellin da truth!" Joey said. The two Wheeler siblings went back up the stairs.

"Phew! That was close!" Sarai exclaimed.

Ding Dong...

"YAY! More!" Sarai quickly ran to the front door.

I rolled my eyes. 'Oh, boy... This is one crazy girl... Now I'm starting to wonder what we've gotten ourselves into. I have a bad feeling about what's going to happen once she has us all trapped in this stupid house.'

Sarai opened the front door again. This time, it was Mai Valentine.

"Are you Sarai?" Mai asked.

"Yup! The contest is right up the stairs."

"Alright, thanks."

'What the... Is she stupid or something? How could she fall for something so lame without even getting all the facts first? Oh, well... Not like I care. She's just another one of Yugi's little fans anyway...'

Ding Dong...

'Let me see... Yugi, Gardener, Wheeler, Mai, Mokuba, me... Who's missing? Oh yes... I remember now... That freak Marik and his sister Ishizu... as well as that weirdo, Bakura. This is just great... Sarai's invited the whole freak-show... Oh well... at least she didn't get that pointy-headed loser Tristan Taylor or the pony-tailed freak Devlin...'

"Hello, Miss Sarai. We'll go right up," Ishizu said.

"Um, okay..." was all Sarai said.

"Hello Kaiba!" Ishizu called out and went upstairs with Marik. 'How did she know I was here?'

Sarai walked over to my door and slammed it shut again. Luckily for me, it wasn't on my hand this time.

"I told you to close the door! Be patient! I'll call you up as soon as Bakura gets here," she said. 'Like I care! I don't even want to be here!'

Sarai walked back to the end of the hallway where the door was as she sang to herself, "On the way down... I saw you... and you saved me from myself... and I won't forget the way you loved me... and on the way down... I almost fell right through... but I held on to you..." 'So it turns out she has a decent singing voice... Hmm...'

Mokuba was once again sitting on a chair and was watching TV again. I grabbed a chair and sat down next to him. I had no clue what he was watching. O.o I was not much of a TV person myself.

Ding Dong...

Well, that has to be Bakura. I peeked out of my apartment door again. I was right, it was Bakura. Sarai was talking to him, but I could not make out what she was saying. Then she pulled out the remote control with the large red button that she used on Mokuba and me. Bakura started to walk away, but Sarai pushed the button and Bakura soon fell down the trap door underneath him.

"GAAAHHHHH!" he screamed as he fell. Sarai walked to the door that led to the trap door chamber. Bakura quickly ran up the stairs and pinned Sarai to the wall.

"Why the hell did you do that!" he yelled in her face. Normally, I would have enjoyed this right now; seeing her squirm and have her plans fail. However, she didn't seem to flinch or even try to get out of his grasp. She just stood there. 'Why is she so confident?'

Just then, she tapped the wall behind her twice and called out the number seventeen and another trap door opened up right under Bakura and he fell. 'Perhaps she was right about her not-so-stupid-anymore trap door system. Damn!'

"GAAAAHHHHHHH!" Bakura screamed again. I opened the door slightly.

"Sarai, I don't think sending him down another trap door was a smart way to solve your problem," I said to her.

"Hmm? What?" She asked as she turned to look at me. Just then Bakura rushed up the stairs again and pinned Sarai to the wall again. She was caught off guard since she had been looking at me.

"ACK! Ra damn it! Bakura let me go!" She struggled to get away. Then she got a chance and kicked him in his... um... "sensitive" area. O.O Bakura fell to the floor crying in pain. My eyes widened in surprise.

Sarai smirked and said, "Well, that's everyone. Go get Mokuba and help me get Bakura upstairs." I gave her an 'are-you-kidding-me?' look.

"Do you want me to say it in another language? Vaya consigue a Mokuba y ayudeme a subir a Bakura arriba!" she exclaimed in an irritated voice in what I am sure was Spanish.

"I don't care! I'm not helping you!" I yelled back at her.

"You're going to lose points if you don't help me," she said with her arms crossed and her face in a frown.

"Do I look like I care?"

"Hmm... No... Not really... but I think I can fix that," she said as her frown turned into a ridiculously huge grin. 'Uh-oh... I don't like the sound of this...'

"Ha! What could you possibly do to get me to do your stupid little tasks?" 'That's it Seto... Keep cool... Don't let her scare you... She's just a stupid fifteen-year-old fan girl...'

She had been wearing a necklace with a key hanging from it. She took out the key and slightly opened the door across from the trap door chamber door. O.O My eyes widened as she took out a huge water gun.

"What is that? What are you going to do with it?" I asked.

"Hee hee... This, Seto, is my Super Soaker CPS 3500. (Lol... I'm so lame... I still have one of those things...) Now, 'what am I going to do with it' you ask? Well... If you won't do what I just told you to do," she said as she started pumping up her water gun, "then you'll have to suffer the consequences. And I know how much you hate to get your precious coat wet." The grin on her face was a mile long.

"You wouldn't..." I narrowed my eyes.

"Yes I would. If you help me, then I won't shoot you."

"Put that thing down and then I'll help you."

"Help me and then I'll put it down..."

"Shut Up!"

"Suit yourself." She pulled the trigger and shot me with her water gun.

"GAAAAAHHHHH! Mphmmnimphimmhmmph! What the hell is your problem?" I yelled at her.

"Seto?" Mokuba asked as he popped out from our apartment. "What's going on? Why are you wet?"

"Hmph! Well, Seto here wouldn't help me get Bakura upstairs!" Sarai said angrily as she put the water gun back where it was and locked the door.

"Um... Bakura isn't even here," Mokuba pointed out sweetly.

"WHAT?" Sarai and I both yelled in unison. We looked at the floor where Bakura had previously been lying in pain. Just as Mokuba said, he wasn't there. 'He's not there? NOW IM ANGRY! Sarai just shot me with water for no reason!'

Sarai blinked a few times before she realized what she had just done and what was about to happen.

"GAH!" She screamed and then turned to face me. "Um... heh heh... erm..."

'There is no way I'm going to let her get away with this!' I was completely drenched in water from head to toe. I glared at her. Mokuba just kept looking back and forth between me and Sarai. I could tell that she was getting nervous. I took a small step forward.

"GAAAHHH!" she screamed and ran up the stairs.

Upstairs...

Sarai ran up the stairs to the first floor where the others had been waiting. She ran in and closed the door behind her.

Starting clockwise from the door, there was a beautiful painting of a lake on the wall. Underneath it was a 27 inch TV along with a DVD system. Next to that was a large mirror/glass cabinet that held Sarai's mother's ornaments and trinkets. After that was a small room built into the corner where Sarai's father's mini study room was; there was also a door there that led to the balcony. Next to that was the wall where the large window was. Right in front of the window was a large L-shaped carrot-colored sofa. It started at the window and ended at three fourths of the next wall. Next to the sofa was a black glass cabinet with a glass door. Inside was a silver-colored stereo system. There was also a rectangular mirrored table in the center of the room.

On the end of the sofa that was next to the stereo system was where Yugi was seated. On his right was Gardner followed by the mutt's sister, the mutt, Valentine, Ishizu, Marik, and finally Bakura who was curled up into a ball. He was obviously still in pain.

Everyone looked up as soon as Sarai closed the door.

"Uh... Are you okay Sarai?" Yugi asked.

"Yeah. You look like a psychotic lunatic was chasing you," added Marik.

"You should be one to talk Marik," Gardner said.

"Shut up you baka! No one asked you!" Marik exclaimed.

"Hmph!" Gardner replied.

"Um... anyway... Sarai, wha happened?" Wheeler asked.

Meanwhile...

"Seto, where are we going?" Mokuba asked me as we both quietly walked up the stairs to the first floor. I didn't answer him. I simply smirked.

Back to the others...

"Um... nothing! What makes you ask that?" Sarai asked nervously.

"Erm... maybe the fact that you sound worried about something," the mutt's sister replied.

"Erm..." Sarai began but was interrupted when the door suddenly burst open. Everyone jumped a little. The Wheeler girl jumped and held onto her brother tightly. Gardner did the same with Yugi. Sarai slowly turned around to see what had happened.

"KAIBA?" everyone, except for Sarai, exclaimed.

"Hey! Wha's money-bags doin here?" shouted the mutt. I didn't really care. I was glaring at Sarai. If looks could kill, she would be on the floor in a puddle.

"Heh heh heh... hi Seto..." Sarai said with a fake grin.

"Hey, Kaiba, why are you soaked in water?" Marik asked.

'Hahahahaha,' Ishizu started to laugh.

"What's so funny?" I glared at her.

"That Miss Sarai got you like that," she continued laughing. Everyone else had confused looks on their faces.

"Okay... anyway..." Valentine said.

Mokuba then slowly came out from behind me.

"Hi Mokuba!" Everyone said with huge smiles on their faces. I rolled my eyes. 'Sure... Mokuba gets the nice greeting while I get groans, insults and complaints. Goody...'

"Ra damn you, Sarai! What did you do to me?" asked Bakura still in pain. He glared at Sarai.

"So apparently, I'm not the only one who's drenched in water..." Gardner said. She also glared at Sarai.

"Hmm... So it seems we all want a piece of Sarai," I said as I glared at her again.

"Hmph!" she crossed her arms. "You people seem to forget that I have a system of traps here. Seto and Tea are living proof. But I have worse things than water. Believe me. Not to mention I'm still doing this contest thing. So, if guys do anything against my rules, then you'll have to lose points."

"Can I at least have a towel then?" Gardner asked.

"Okie dokie!" Sarai went to the bathroom, grabbed two towels, and handed one to Gardner and one to me. "You can sit down if you want Mokuba," she motioned towards a chair from the dining room set that was next to the stereo system. He sat down. I closed the door and leaned against it.

"Alright. We're all here. Now can you tell us what we have to do to get out of here?" I asked impatiently.

"Well, I can't explain all the rules right now, but take these," she said as she handed Yugi, Gardner, the Wheeler girl, the mutt, Valentine, Bakura and Marik small books which obviously had the rules. She handed slightly thicker books to both me and Ishizu. "Those are the master rulebooks," she said.

"Hey, how come dey got bigger books?" Wheeler complained.

"Because I need a rule-keeper and since you guys don't exactly like Seto, I had to make Ishizu my other rule-keeper."

"Oh," was all he said in reply.

"Okay, well, in those books you'll find all the rules. So read them thoroughly please. Now I need to tell you where you're all going to be sleeping," Sarai continued. "Seto and Mokuba, I already told you that you have the entire downstairs apartment to yourselves. Tea and Serenity, you two will sleep in my mom's room. Mai, you will sleep in my brother's room. Yugi and Joey will have my uncle's bedroom upstairs, Bakura and Marik will have my grandmother's room upstairs, and Ishizu will have my cousin's room which is also upstairs."

"Excuse me, Miss Sarai, but why must I be the only girl upstairs," Ishizu asked.

"Yeah. Sorry about that, but I need you to keep an eye on the boys, especially Bakura and your brother. You know they are troublesome."

"Hmph! I'm offended by that!" Marik shouted.

"No comment. Still in pain," whined Bakura.

Sarai rolled her eyes. "Alright, well that's all I needed to tell you. Now you can all go to your rooms. I put signs up on the doors to let you know which room is which. Go take a break. I'm sure we all need one after such a hectic day, don't ya think?" she said with a wink.

Yugi, Wheeler, Bakura, Marik and Ishizu all went upstairs. Gardner, the mutt's sister, and Valentine went to their rooms and Mokuba headed downstairs. I glanced at the clock above the door. It read '12:45'. 'Noon already?' I closed my eyes for a bit.

"Well, aren't you going to rest? Tomorrow's a big day!" Sarai said to me with a huge smile.

"What are you talking about?" I asked as I glanced down at her for a second and then closed my eyes again.

"Silly! I can't believe you forgot your own birthday!" she exclaimed and poked my arm. Then she skipped off to her room. 'My Birthday? In all this 'excitement' I forgot that tomorrow was October 25th. Is she going to do something for my birthday?' I stood up, opened the door, and went downstairs to join Mokuba.

To Be Continued...

I've revised and edited this story so many times; it's giving me a headache. I hate these stupid rules… Those of you who have already read chapters 1-28, you don't have to review again. Those of you who are new to this story, reviews would be nice. Thanks and have a nice day!