Chibi-Kari: Wow it has been so long since I've done a Digimon…so here I am.
This came to my mind.
Izzy: She doesn't own and never will.
Willis: That's right.
Chibi-Kari: On with the fic…
Chapter 1-Welcome To My Life
My damp hair stuck to my forehead as I looked on to the street. The night
rain had caught me off guard and I was forced to take shelter in the doorway of
an apartment building. I shook my head as I heard two women sighing in
discontent at me, stating that there were two many runaways on the streets. I
scoffed as they walked away, I was no runaway. I wish I was, but I never have
run away from my problems and never would.
This was one problem that I couldn't deal with. It made everything real.
The façade I had put up for years would come down. Well it would if I wasn't
careful. Everyone saw the Davis that they wanted, that I wanted them to see.
He was the fourteen year old boy with a perfect family and no problems…besides
his annoying sister, Jun. He played soccer, not perfectly but good enough, and
looked up to the great Tai.
None of this was true. I'm not who they think he is. And my family? Far
from perfect would be a way to describe the situation. Closing my eyes I try to
hold back my tears willing their way out of my eyes. Today had to be the worst
day of my life.
The rainy day blew against my skin. I was coming home early from school
because I had a fever and the nurse was afraid that whatever I had could be
contagious. So here I was walking home with instructions of liquids and bed rest.
Finally, I entered the apartment; the trek up the stairs due to the broken
elevator seemed to be longer than before. I wiped my brow, sweat trickling down
my skin. The door knob seemed to double, but quickly returned to normal.
'Maybe I should have let the nurse call Mom at work.' Pulling out my key I
opened the door. Walking in I tripped over two pairs of shoes. 'Shoes? Mom is
supposed to be at work…but those are her shoes. But who's are those?' I
looked down at the two pairs of dress shoes, one female and one male.
I walked through the entry and into the living room, "Mom?" The dizzy
feeling swept me once again, as the room doubled. Quickly it went back to
normal only to find my mother holding a blanket to her bare chest.
"Davis…this…this isn't what it looks like." My mother said.
Of course when someone says that, you know that is when it is exactly
what it looks like. I looked to the man, within seconds I knew who he was.
"Davis." He said softly.
This wasn't just any man; no this had to be the man that was the father of
one of my friends. Right in front of my eyes was my mom and T.K.'s father and
they weren't having a cup of tea. I did the only thing that came to mind…run.
End of Flashback
So I ran and ran. I ran until my legs gave out and I could no longer run. I
couldn't go home but I was no runaway. I took shelter when it started raining.
Closing my eyes I let the rain wash away all my problems.
I must have fallen asleep because I was suddenly being awakened by
someone's nudges. I squeezed my eyes tighter. Maybe they would go away if
they knew that I didn't want to be bothered. This only added to their persistence
and they quickly added my name to each nudge.
"Davis. Davis. Come on get up. You need to go home." The voice cut
into my wishing.
I quickly opened my eyes to retort that whoever it was needed to just
leave me alone and stay out of my business. But what I saw shocked my most of
all. It was Matt, the son of the man that was sleeping with my mother. His father
was the man that was pulling my family farther apart. I did my best to pull out of
his reach, but laying a doorway didn't give me much room.
Seeing that I was up, he pulled me to my feet and ushered me to his car.
In making sure I got in and stayed in he quickly went to his side. After a few
moments of silence he pushed his blonde hair back and said, "Your mom called
my dad when you left, hoping you would go to one of your friends. So, all the
digidestined have spent hours looking for you."
My spiteful laugh rang through the car, "Really?" The sarcastic remark left
my mouth before I could even think about it.
Matt turned to me a mixture between shock and anger plastered on his
face, "Of course everyone would go and look for you. Davis, you know how
important family is to me and everyone of the digidestined is family."
'Too bad family isn't as important to your father.' "That's not what I meant.
Never mind, just bring me home." I said trying to avoid anymore conversation.
"Well, the thing is that your mom thought it best if you stayed the night with
a friend, so everyone is going to stay at T.K. and my mom's. See she's out of
town so we can take her apartment. Everyone wants to talk to you. We've never
had anyone do something like this, well besides me. Maybe you are a mixture
between Tai and me." He laughed to himself at the last comment.
I couldn't take it anymore. How could she do this, how could this have
happened? I growled, turning quickly towards a still laughing Matt, "Don't you
ever compare me to Tai or you again. Do you hear me? …never!"
Matt quickly stopped laughing and called T.K.'s number to have him
inform everyone that he had found me. He didn't say anything about my
comment, but kept looking over at me, as if trying to read me. I let my eyes close
and tried to relax. This was not going to be a fun night.
Chibi-Kari: I might delete this, but if I don't the next chapters will be much more
angsty and explain a lot more…isn't it interesting how the general consensus of
fanfics makes Davis angsty and deep, with a bad family life.
Izzy: Well if so many people think so, that's the way it should have been.
Willis: Thanks for reading and Review!