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A/N: Yup, the all annoying Author's note saying my grammar sucks, I'm dyslectic and Dutch, sue me. I do have a great beta-reader, so it shouldn't be too bad.
Summary: Mornie utúlie. Believe and you will find a way. Mornie alantie. A promise lives within you now. He went on a mission never to return again. Or so they said.
What Was Lost
He woke up, a sigh escaping his lips. His wife lay curled up in his arms, still sleeping peacefully and unaware of the fact another day they regretted had arrived.
Today he was leaving on another dangerous mission. Another mission taking him away from the two most precious girls in the universe; his wife and six-year-old daughter.
Sighing again, he sat up, silencing the alarm before it could go off. He got to his feet and picking up the clothes laying on the floor, not bothering to separate his from his wife's, knowing they were going to end up in the laundry basket anyway. Then he walked into the bathroom, dumping the clothes in the laundry basket. He took a quick shower before slipping into his uniform.
He walked back into the master bedroom and placed a kiss on his sleeping wife's lips. She muttered something and he smiled. Then he straightened and walked out of the room, to his daughter's bedroom.
He set down on the edge of her bed and placed a kiss forehead. Unlike his wife, the girl shifted and opened a sleepy eye.
"You leaving again, daddy?" She muttered sleepily.
"Yes, Angel, but I'll be back soon." He replied. "Go back to sleep, it's still early."
"Promise?" She asked, not letting him distract her.
"Promise, now go back to sleep."
"Love you, daddy." She murmured, drifting back to sleep.
He brushed some hair out of her face, before getting up. Downstairs he put on his uniform's boots and took his jacket of the peg in the hall and stepped out into the cool morning air. Fishing the car-keys out of his pocket, he pressed the button and unlocked the red Kia Sportage.
Getting in, he took one last look at the house, before starting the engine, pulling of off the driveway and driving down the road to the NASADA-base with a strange feeling in the pit of his stomach.
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