After texting Ash a few times, Jo finally got prepared to take Dani to see the house and she prayed that her sister was there, Ash was a lot better at those things than she was. On the bright side Dani had agreed so maybe Jo was doing something right? Yeah that was probably it. Jo didn’t remember what happened when she was adopted, she was still too young to remember and if she wasn’t so different from Ash, maybe she wouldn’t even know she was adopted, she believed her parents only told her about the adoption because she was a Dhampir. The differences were too big not to be noticed and with age, Jo started to learn and feel things that it wasn’t normal, considering most human kids.
Jo made sure they were out of the school and away from it. The social worker had a car and Jo’s motorcycle was just there. Didn’t take them too long to get to the Estrada Family house, during that time of the day they could easily get around town without being stuck in traffic. Upon arriving to the house, Jo became a bit more nervous than she should, it certainly wasn’t normal of her to do such a thing, she was always so calm.
They got inside and Jo’s nervousness grew. Where the fuck was Ash? She turned to Dani and smile, leading everyone to the living room, where she finally found Ash. She could simply use her nose to know that her sister was there. Was the nervousness getting to her? Probably.
“So, this is the Estrada house, that’s my sister Ashley.” Jo spoke approaching her sister and taking a deep breath, now she could start to calm down, Ash was there, Ash could help Jo, maybe, and she could also mention things that Jo might have forgotten. Jo turned to Dani and then to the social worker, who ended up waiting outside like it had done previously during the meeting.
“There’s four bedrooms, an attic and a basement, oh and this floor, this is the living room, next compartment is the kitchen, both have access to the back yard…and there’s a pool…” she tried to be as accurate as she could, but that probably wasn’t what Dani wanted to hear. There were many other things that concerned the Dhampir, and bedrooms and basements and pools weren’t those things.