Chapter 4.14: Time will teach you

Screenshot-1279We moved from Egypt before feeling too settled down. Before gaining friends and before mother could track us down. It was convenient to have a mobile home, but it was sad to not be able to settle anywhere. I liked most places we went to, even though my usual day consisted of sitting outside the camper keeping a close eye at my children. I didn’t explore the places as I used to for my only priority was keeping the family safe. For now, that meant we had to move from town to town, from country to country, to make sure mother never found us. And I did it because I had to, not because it was something I desperately wanted to.

In other circumstances, it would have been the perfect life for us. It suited our family well. It was just sad that we couldn’t make our own decisions.

Screenshot-1282Rhubarb grew up not having a single place to call home. Before his third birthday, he had visited more countries and places than the regular ‘bow did in a lifetime. Hopefully that would only do him good.

Screenshot-1283Despite me being down and obsessed with just keeping the family safe, the kids seemed to develop just fine. I suppose Berrian did a good job in encouraging them to find themselves, and especially Lava thrived in the heightened skills he had as a vampire. I sat and watched them play for full days, and yet it was hard for me to remember what they had actually been doing. What I did remember though, was how many strangers had passed on the little road going behind our camper for I was sure each and every one of them were there to steal my children and I was prepared to do whatever I had to, to prevent it.

But still, Lava, Yew and Rhubarb grew and started to finding parts of their identity. And even in the state I was, I found it thrilling to follow them as they did. During my good times I enjoyed picturing Lava as a professional athlete or Yew as a successful writer.

Screenshot-1284For Yew, he was a far more quiet kid than Lava was and even though he tried to keep up with his brother’s games it wasn’t hard to see that he didn’t enjoy it as much. In the good times, I looked forward to see when he would break through and really start doing his own thing. Though, in a way it was probably hard for the way we lived offered little safety and calm moments. As of such, the skills all our children would first master had to do with an outdoor way of life and adventures. But it mattered little for I knew that no matter how we lived or where we lived they would eventually find themselves and what they really wanted to be.

My and Berrian’s most important job was simply to keep them safe, fed and taken care of while still staying out of the way of their learning processes. We did not want to force them in to doing anything for the things they wanted or needed to learn would come to them eventually.

Screenshot-1289Screenshot-1287That we were thinking in the right way about learning stuff had never been a question to us, yet we had strangers pointing out that we never seemed to take time to teach our kids to walk or talk. Or that we rarely corrected them when they did obvious faults. But who were they to say what was a fault and what was not? And didn’t out kids both walk and talk without us interfering with their learning?

And believe it or not, even though we never went with them to teach them how to swim they found a way of learning because we parked our camper near a river when we were in China and they thought it was fun to go swim in it. Because they really wanted to, they were motivated to learn and because of that they didn’t need our guidance. It was nature’s law in a way. If you need to learn something to live, you will learn it. It really is that simple.

Though, finding yourself without falling in to the expectations is harder and requires a mentor or parent who constantly allows you to be yourself without too many expectations. That was our real challenge, not teaching actual motorical skills.

Screenshot-1285The way we wanted to teach our kids the values we lived after was by showing them. Because of that, we did the things that we enjoyed and tried to make a living out of it even if it meant we weren’t living in luxury. Happiness and adventures were far more important to us. It was hard for me, because my own identity took a big hit because of mother’s interference but I did what I could.

I kept on maintaining my garden and I kept my family safe. Even in my hardest times.

Screenshot-1286And as time passed, I slowly got better. It was small things that helped me. Such as Yew coming back with a big smile on his face when he had been exploring the surroundings. Or one of Rhubarb’s first words. A hug from Berrian. A seed growing and becoming a plant.

Life was what made me better in the end.

And, perhaps the fact that we were once again expecting an addition to our family. The wonder of someone growing inside me never ceased to captivate me. At the first sign of the pregnancy I felt a happiness spread in my body. It was as if that little one already affected so much in me. As if the heartbeats of another child helped me overcome everything that had been dragging me down for years.

Screenshot-1323When Lavender was born I was smitten instantly. She had perfect grey eyes, father’s red hair and a snow-white fragile skin, whose assemblance to mother’s appearance I refused to ponder of. She was my daughter, a product of the love between me and Berrian. A proof of how the love in our family could overcome anything. She was perfect.

I even started to accept the fact that we were moving around. We hadn’t been in Fondant Fields for several years and even though I missed my siblings like crazy, it felt alright. This was my life, my family’s life. We never settled anywhere. Our home was a mobile van that had far from enough room for us all to fit comfortably and we lived off what land and work we could come over.

Screenshot-1322We were actually enjoying ourselves in a way I saw few other families do. We never stressed to get in time for work or school. We rarely cared about money since we were self-supporting in every aspect that made us survive. We had bonds to each other that were stronger than what I supposed was standard. We were adventurous and got to see so much more than the regular ‘bow because of the fact that we traveled the world.

Screenshot-1324Things were going fine for our family again. Until Lava entered his teenage years. There had never been much difficulties raising him despite his vampirism but that changed along with the hormones in his body.

It was driving him crazy. And because of that, it also drove me crazy for I knew nothing of how to fix it for him. I knew nothing of what he was going through. I believed his every word and I really tried to listen to him. And Berrian too. Mostly Berrian, actually. They had a way stronger connection than me and Lava so most of the challenges Lava faced was solved together with Berrian. But this, being a teenage vampire, was a problem not even Berrian could help with.

We adapted our life as good as we could. But there was so much happening in our son’s life that it was hard to keep up. First, there was the near-death-moments whenever the sun touched his pale, fragile skin. And the mood swings. Oh god the mood swings. A normal teenager had nothing on Lava. We had known it would be that way, but it was still hard to understand when it happened. In fact, the only thing we could do was to try and stay out of his way for he was much stronger and much more headstrong than any of us.

Screenshot-1326Then came the thirst.

We had lived in denial of it ever happening, but one day Lava came home and confessed that he had bitten a woman in the french town we were staying in at the moment. Just a small nibble for it had scared him as much as it had scared the woman, but now he had tasted blood and he was changed forever. We tried to provide plasma for him, knowing that it was what made Thunderbird get through his days but Lava wanted nothing of it. He turned it away as though it was sour milk. There wasn’t much we could do for we knew nothing about it. For the first time, we were left feeling helpless due to the fact that we could not, no matter of how hard we tried, help our son.

The blood thirst was something he would have to go through alone. We would support him in his tries towards coping with plasma, but he had to do the hard work himself. I must say, I had rather helped my kids get off drugs than blood. At least there was a manual for that.

Screenshot-1298Around the same time as Lava did his best to get over the obsessive blood thirst, a strange glow illuminated the sky one night. It scared us, for we were sure this was somehow a result of mother trying to get in touch with Lava. Berrian stepped out of our camper and looked up in the sky, towards the light – arms raised to his side as though he was really doing his best to protect us all.

“I’ll never let you get to them!” he shouted.

Screenshot-1299 Screenshot-1301I watched from one of the windows of the camper along with Lava, who wanted badly to go out there with his father “for he wanted to protect this family too”. Little did he know, that he was the one needing the most protection.

When a craft of some kind was seen through the illuminating light I thought Lava would tear through the thin walls of the camper. I held him back with what force I could upbring but in the end he must have given up for he softened up and looked defeated when Berrian was lifted up in the air, towards the light.

I think I cried, though I am not sure. Berrian cried too, but in his eyes a curiosity burned that was only ever summoned when he faced a new adventure. Lava stood by my side, mouth open and just watched the impossible scene before us. I was lost for words, lost for actions, and before we knew it the night was still again and Berrian was lost.


Generation 4 Profiles


Coral Twist

Traits: Absent Minded, Adventurous, Vegetarian, Eccentric, Commitment Issues, Avant Garde, Animal Lover
Favorites: Hip-hop, Aqua, Frogs Legs
Lifetime Wish: Seasoned Traveler

Coral has always looked down on her mother’s lifestyle. Consumption, consumption, consumption  It annoys her that berries don’t take more responsibility of the planet they live on. Coral prefers to make use of the resources rather than exchange them for something better. She grows her own food, but not more than what she and her family can eat. She rarely throws stuff away and occasionally searches the dumpsters for perfectly usable stuff. During her time at University she meets a boy with about the same priorities as her and that is the start of a life-long relationship – far from the normal family life.


Taxus Twist

Traits: Artistic, Savvy Sculptor, Couch Potato, Grumpy, Schmoozer
Favorites: Indie, Irish Green, Goopy Carbonara
Lifetime Wish: Renaissance Sim

Taxus met the love of his life while he was still just a toddler. Hyacinth was his best friend through life and once they were old enough they got married and then left the house he had been brought up in. He was never his mother’s favorite and they were probably both better off in separate ways. Taxus devotes his life to his own family and he wishes for many years of happiness and many children of his own. He knows he will be a much better parent than his mother ever was.


Bittersweet Twist

Traits: Clumsy, Excitable, Over-Emotional, Childish, Loves the Heat
Favorites: Kids, Red, Spaghetti
Lifetime Wish: The Zoologist

Bittersweet’s biggest role-model is her older sister. For as long as she can remember her sister has been the one to care for her and occasionally spend time with her. She developed a strong fascination for nature and its offerings in her early childhood and ever since it has kept growing. She’s especially fascinated in all the different life-forms that are sharing the world. She has a big collection of animals – everything from butterflies and bugs to cats – and she loves them with all her heart. She never hesitates to bring in another being in her life to care for.


Watermelon Twist

Traits: Loves the cold, Artistic, Fire Immunity, Slob, Avant Garde, Loser
Favorites: Indie, Autumn Salad, Lime
Lifetime Wish: Master of the Arts

Watermelon wants to be just like her sisters when she grows up. She follows the path prepared for her by her older sisters and care for the garden they started as if it had been her very own baby. Her true heart does not lie within the gardening or the nature, though, even if she would never admit that fact to her sisters. No, Watermelon’s true passion is arts. She has a great eye for seeing the small details of any art work and eventually that lands her a job as an art appraiser. After that she tours the world along with her big love and together they explore both modern and ancient art and culture. It’s a relaxed way of living and Watermelon finds that she truly enjoys that.


Salmon Twist

Traits: Friendly, Genius, Fire Immunity, Snob, Heavy Sleeper, Loves the cold
Favorites: Soul, Key Lime Pie, Turquoise
Lifetime Wish: Perfect Student

Being the youngest of five siblings, and the only male in a family of five, Salmon is used to being pushed around. He rarely ever complains and simply does as told. He is the kindest, most warm-hearted boy one can imagine. All he’s ever wished for is a normal life, with a normal family. That all gets turned upside-down when he runs in to the love of his life during University. She is nothing like him but together they explore a life far from the normal life Salmon always dreamed of. And he treasures every minute of it.

Chapter 4.13: A nightmare

Screenshot-1231We should have known, of course, that coming back home to Fondant Fields to celebrate Lava’s birthday was a bad idea. Honestly, we did know, and yet we came back. In an attempt at giving the boy a normal childhood we brought him back to our old hometown to host a party with family and friends. It could have been a good idea, but it wasn’t.

I regret it with my whole heart. But I had hoped that it would pass without too much hassle. Of course, with the mother I had, I was wrong. Very wrong.

Screenshot-1238The party had been going on for an hour and laughter filled our kitchen. Bittersweet, Romeo, Watermelon, Celeste and her children had all come to celebrate Lava’s birthday and we were all playing a game of “Who am I?” when the the doorbell interrupted Bittersweet in the middle of a question.

I stumbled backwards in shock when I saw mother outside the door. “Hello” she said with a cold and calm voice. Her eyes revealed no sign of expressions and chills ran over my body. “I have a gift for my son for his birthday” she continued and I found myself frozen at the spot.

Screenshot-1239I was afraid of my mother, but the thought of what could happen if she got to meet Lava was even scarier than the thought of her fangs digging through my own neck so I stepped outside and closed the door behind me. “You need to leave” I hissed.

Mother stayed calm and she seemed empty of expressions as she coldly replied: “He’s my son”.

“You have no children” I snarled back, and felt my heartbeats race.

Screenshot-1241Mother stumbled back in pretended shock before a cold and heartless laughter escaped her lips. “You’re a fool if you think you can keep him from me forever. He’s a vampire, he’ll need me eventually. Just you wait.”

“Besides, I am his mother” she added afterwards. Be it that she scared me senseless but the ironic words about her actually being a mother disgusted me. I see myself as a forgiving and positive person, but forgiving mother for the childhood and life she had forced upon me and my siblings would never happen. She was as far from a mother you could be unless you counted the biological part. And honestly, being a mother concerned a lot more than just giving birth to a child. Being a mother is something that comes from your actions and thoughts, not from your womb. I had learned that the hard way.

Screenshot-1244I. NEED. YOU. TO. LEAVE.” I snarled with more power and furisoity than I had ever borught up before. “You have no part in my or my family’s life. It’s too late.”

Mother covered her face with her hands and laughed. “You think you can keep me away? From my son? You’re a true fool, Coral.”

As her words landed I heard the faint sound of footsteps behind me and when I turned around Lava was coming through the door. Instinctively I turned towards him and took a step in front of him so that mother would have to pass through my back if she wanted to reach him. I would not give up the poor boy without a fight for I had come to love him as my own son, despite his vampirism. “Mommy, who was that?” he wondered and looked straight at me with curiosity in his eyes.

Screenshot-1246I glanced over my shoulder and realized mother had fled the scene and I was left all alone with Lava. “That was someone who’s very bad” I replied and hushed my son indoors again. Once inside we made sure to secure every lock and every door. The party had naturally come to a halt and we were all quite worked up and scared of what just had happened. It had only been a fraction of time, but mother’s appearance affected us all anyhow.

“Her eyes were glowing kind of like mine” Lava noted once I had come back to the living room after securing all doors and windows. “Neither yours or daddy’s eyes glow like that” he said and I was surprised by his ability to notify such a small detail in the short time he had laid eyes on mother.

“Well…” I cleared my throat to prepare for a decent answer. I would have to tell him about his biological mother one day, but that day was not now. “She is your grandmother” I said instead and explained to him that she was a murderer and that we wanted nothing to do with her because of what she had previously done. Now, crime and bad guys was a concept Lava did understand after endless video game sessions with Salmon and cartoons. Good versus Bad was a concept that children learned even before they could walk and Lava nodded to show me that he had understood.

Screenshot-1253I had always been grateful for the family I had and even more so today, when we needed each other’s support. Salmon was, as always, a great help in the house and when it was time to put the babies to sleep he stepped in and sang Rhubarb to sleep. I myself was all too worked up and stressed to put anyone to sleep so I just sat in the sofa while Berrian and Salmon got the kids to bed.

It was hard to understand how mother could still affect our family after all these years. Lava had been with us for over five years and even though this was the first time mother actually came around and tried to get in touch with him, we had lived under the stress and fear for that to happen ever since Lava first arrived. It wasn’t hard to see why it teared on us, and I wanted nothing less than to find a solution that would let us free from mother’s iron hand.

Screenshot-1259“What did she want then?” Bittersweet asked me a few hours later when the kids had been put to sleep and I told her in detail about what had happened. My sister also lived in fear, although she had less of what mother was after because yet she had no children – and certainly not mother’s children. It must have been hard for her to understand the stress and fear I lived under when being responsible for Lava’s childhood and well-being. No matter, she did a good job at supporting me even when I traveled the world. I could never have wished for a better friend.

Once the situation had been described it didn’t take Bittersweet long to realize we would soon have to leave again. We were just not safe while we stayed in Fondant Fields.

Berrian was kind of involved in the conversation but occasionally went upstairs when any of the kids groaned or mumbled in their sleep. He was a real guardian and tucked them in whenever he found that they had kicked their blankets off. I know it was both a way for him to steal yet another kiss from them as well as a reassurement that they were still sleeping safe in their beds.

Screenshot-1266While the fear for the possibility of our children getting snatched out of their beds was present, it almost felt like an impossibility for it was simply too frightening. Still, that was exactly what happened on the night after Lava’s birthday.

Berrian first noted that the door to Lava’s bedroom was slightly open and when he peaked inside he found the bed empty. Not wanting to stress himself too much, Berrian calmed himself by thinking that the oldest son had simply gone up to use the bathroom. It wasn’t until he had assured himself that both bathrooms were unoccupied and that Lava really was gone from the house that he came and told me about it. I panicked straight off and lost my mind. This was my worst nightmare coming true.

While I sat down, staring straight in front of me, picturing my son under the killing wings of my mother, Berrian remained focused and headed out to look for him. Perhaps he was still to be found.

Screenshot-1267While Coral was way too worried and stressed up to function normally, Berrian walked around town looking for their adopted son. Despite not having had anything to say in the matter of bringing the boy in to their family Berrian had come to love and care for him as though he were his own. May be it that Berrian wasn’t the typical family man and rather traveled and went on adventures, but that had never stopped him from loving his family to pieces. Like Coral, it scared him to think of what could happen if Lava had actually been kidnapped by his biological mother. And thinking about the possibility of the boy running out in to the night on his own scared him even more.

Berrian walked with determination and forced himself not to cry or worry too much. He simply needed to find the boy and since he couldn’t have been gone long until they discovered it, he hoped that he shouldn’t have made it very far. He walked for hours, looking behind bushes and trees, searching colorful backyards and secret hideouts but Lava was nowhere to be found. He refused to give up hope though and kept on walking. 

Several hours after he had left the house to look for the boy Berrian walked past the playground located just outside their own house. And there, inside the jungle gym stood the boy he had been looking for. 

Screenshot-1269All the worry he had been feeling made the relief of finding the boy come out in an angry tone and as he swiftly approached his son Berrian couldn’t help but curse at him. “Lava Twist! You get down here right now.” As soon as the first yelling words had left Berrian’s mouth he calmed down a bit. “We were so worried. Don’t you ever run away like that again.”

Screenshot-1268“You lied to me!” Lava yelled as he slid down the ladder of the jungle gym. “You lied about that woman. She’s not just my grandmother, she’s my mother and she needs me and I need her. I have the right to see her!”

Lava’s eyes were glowing in the dark and a determination Berrian had never seen in a kid before glowed around his son. He knew then, that no matter how hard they tried to raise Lava in to a normal child, he would always be different. He was a vampire, and that was something they could never change.

“I’m more like her than I am like any of you” Lava cried and tears welled up in his eyes. Be it that his family had never known, but he had known. He had always been different. His temper had been different and his urges had been different. And seeing the woman tonight had made that so much clearer. There were people like him out there, people who could teach him to control those feelings and urges his parents would never understand. He hated them for keeping him from that, from who he was.

Screenshot-1270“We were going to tell you eventually” Berrian sighed. He knew he was defeated and that the time had come. Lava was big enough to know, even if he wouldn’t be big enough to understand. And perhaps Berrian and Coral needed to change the way they brought him up, perhaps they too had to learn how to control a vampire’s urges and needs. For their son would always have stronger impulses and a more unstable mind than they did. Their oldest son would need to learn how to live with his differences, and if they wanted to keep him, they would have to work with him to figure something out.

“I’d say we get you back home to your momma so she can see that you’re safe. And once we’re there, I promise we will tell you everything” Berrian said and placed his arm around Lava’s shoulders. The boy didn’t fight it, instead he curled up against his father’s side and walked with him home. He was happy to have been found, and he was glad to know that they had worried. No matter what the crazy woman with the shining eyes told him through telepathy, his parents were Berrian and Coral. For they were the ones had come looking for him after all. Though, that didn’t change the fact that he was curious to what it meant to have shining eyes and pointy teeth. But he was sure he would find out eventually.

Screenshot-1271That night, Coral and Berrian did tell Lava everything they knew about vampires and his background. It wasn’t much, but they decided to not keep anything a secret anymore. Coral was still hesitant because she wanted the boy to grow up without any outside expectations to who he was to become. For her, the part of finding yourself and the person you want to be was the most important thing in life and she wanted to give her children a childhood were they felt free to become whoever they wanted. She hated the fact that perhaps being a vampire somehow limited Lava, but after some persuasion from Berrian she agreed to talk to the boy about the things they knew. And Lava was pleased to know, it was a true relief for him to find out that the want to bite his siblings in the neck was not simply him being a freak but actually part of his nature. And it was nice to hear his parents promising to support him in the attempts at having a normal life. 

After a long conversation, both Berrian and Coral tucked Lava in and stayed with him until he fell asleep. Berrian left after that, but Coral couldn’t get herself to leave Lava’s side and sat on his bed the entire night. It was impossible to shake off the fear she had felt when they realized that Lava was gone and she knew it had everything to do with her mother. As long as Soda Pop was around, Coral and her family would never be able to relax. And she knew right then that the only way of life they could possibly live was one where they kept moving from place to place. She knew right then something she had always known but never been able to accept: That her family would never be able to call a place home. 

Screenshot-1249We left early the day after Lava’s birthday. I hadn’t slept a single minute during the night which meant I was both exhausted and still stressed out from the night’s nightmare. It was a long drive and I managed to get some sleep even if I had to wake up just to count my children ever so often. I knew we were most likely safe once we had crossed the country borders, but I could never be sure and I swore that I would never wake up to find any of my children missing again.

Egypt had always felt like a home to us. I had always managed to relax there and I had always loved being there. That had changed now. Not even the warming sun or the matte colors could calm me down. I had become a nervous wreck. The days during the weeks closest to Lava’s disappearance I just sat mindlessly rocking back and forth at the front of our camper with Rhubarb in my arms. I refused to let him down for he was the weakest and most fragile out of all our kids.

Screenshot-1248I’ll admit that I stopped functioning as I should have. I was simply too scared. Mother had finally been able to push me over the edge. I had become a mother who was so scared for my children to get hurt that I had trouble letting them out of my sight. It was far from how I wanted to be. I wanted my children to explore life by themselves. To travel and meet new people and experience new things. And now I just kept them around the camper, refusing to let them even leave our little plot of land.

Berrian and Salmon did what they could to activate Lava and Yew but it wasn’t hard to see that my fears were tearing on us all. None of us were cut out to stay put like this. Especially not Berrian.

Screenshot-1251Yet, he did the best he could. He played catch with Lava and encouraged the fast reactions and powerful throws the kid managed. Whenever a vampire feat shined through Berrian did his best to point it out and praise it. It made me cringe. I had never asked for a vampire child and it made me sick to think of the things our poor child would have to go through. I had seen mother go through it in her transformation and I feared the day our son would refuse to eat anything but blood. But Berrian did wonders. As always. He found the good parts of Lava’s vampirism and he taught Lava to value them.

Screenshot-1250And Lava loved his father. Even though I was living in a bubble of fear I could see that the boy progressed and grew. He was on his way to finding himself and while I had trouble enjoying it, I could see that Berrian was proud.

And they tried to help me too. They talked to me, tried to take me on walks but I constantly worried that something would happen. Every step we took I felt sick and the further away from the camper we got, the more scared I became. I kind of lost myself and the only thing occupying my head and thoughts was the worry and the need to keep my family safe.

Screenshot-1260Months passed and before I knew it Salmon was growing up. I cried when he left us to go home and start his life with Tosca. I cried because I was losing him. Like I had lost so many before. I cried because he would no longer be around to help me with the kids and I cried because I would miss his wedding ad his life with Tosca. And I cried for the same thing applied to the rest of my siblings. But despite my crying, he went back home to Fondant Fields. I knew he was happy to for it had pained him to be apart from Tosca.

Screenshot-1261He told me that Tosca had pretty much moved in when he came home but that Tosca also had a hard time accepting him growing up. She was certain that he would leave her once he aged up and gained new perspectives. It was a silly fear, of course, for Salmon would never dream of anyone but Tosca. And he promised her time after time that he would wait for her. Always.

Screenshot-1262It did little to calm Tosca down, though. And I should know. Promises don’t do wonders, only yourself ca overcome your fear and worries. I still hadn’t managed and perhaps Tosca wouldn’t manage either until she was grown up and able to actually form a family with Salmon.

Screenshot-1265And perhaps she was right to worry for Salmon was a gorgeous and amazing man. Tosca was lucky to have snatched him early for he could probably get whichever girl he wanted. Of course, I knew that the only girl for him was Tosca. And I was happy for them. But sad in the same time because her getting him meant that I lost him. I had gotten used to having him around and we would surely miss him now that he started his own adventure.

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