Extremely lucky me. It was so fun.
I’m sure it was.
Mariana didn’t say anything but giggled. Trying to walk to Callie was impossible, as she stumbles, and almost fell twice before reaching to Callie.
Mariana giggles more, and tries to talk to Callie but all that came out of her mouth was mumbling words that didn’t make sense. Mariana then takes a deep breath, “You know your the best sister ever, right?”
The sober girl catches the drunken one just in time, before she hits the ground. Callie stands her up straight and starts leading her over to the stairs.
Callie chuckles at Mariana’s foolishness, though sends her sister a genuine smile at the compliment. “Thanks, Mari. You’re pretty great yourself, especially when you’re not this junk.” She teases. Both girls climb the steps cautiously and are on their way to their shared room, when a particular bump in the wooden floor causes Mariana to stumble once again. Callie catches her just in time, but that doesn’t stop Stef and Lena from hearing them.
"Callie? Mariana? Is that you two?" Lena asks.
+ callie cub & little bear :-)
I feel bad for my son’s face. You sure you’re not pulling that hard, Callie?
No, not at all. Hehe :-)
I wish you would leave me alone!
going well, thanks.
no, i don’t think he is jealous of sophia and i..
Sorta. I mean, I’m still a little confused. But, I think I can finish this page. I don’t know if I’ll get everything right though.
Thanks for your help Cal.
That’s alright, Judey. Just do your best. Your teachers don’t expect you to get everything right, or else they wouldn’t have a job. She smiles and tussles the small boy’s hair. Anytime, buddy. That’s what sisters are for.
This doesn’t make any sense.
Okay, Jude…hmm. Why don’t we back up again?
Here’s the triangle you have to label the sides for. And you, being the smart little guy that you are, already know that there’s three sides and angles to it. She teases. Alright, so here’s the 90 degree angle right here, right? And if you drag your finger to the other side, you’ll see the hypotenuse, which is always opposite the right angle. Once you’ve labelled the hypotenuse c, you can label the other two sides a/b however you like to. It doesn’t matter.
Does that make any more sense? If not, I can see if Lena might be a bit better at explaining it… or I think B’s pretty good at math, too..