Light poured through the windows. I groaned and pulled the sheets over my head.
"Who the fuck turned in the lights," Luke growled and pulled the sheets over his own head. I checked the time on my phone, it read 12:45 AM.
"Holy shit!" I sat up. Luke groaned. "Luke, it's almost one," I said.
He sits up and we laugh a little. I get out of bed and walk over to my closet. Luke shuffled out of my room and closes the door behind him. I brushed my teeth and combed my hair. I walked downstairs. The guys are sitting on the couch.
"Good morning," Calum said.
"What's so great about it," I mumbled.
"Wow, you really are Luke's sister," Calum replies.
"Told you they were assholes in the morning," Ash said.
"Love you too, Ashton," I reply. "You guys hungry?"
"I'll make pancakes," I say and bring out the ingredients.
"Where are the eggs?" I asked.
"Behind the milk," Michael replied.
I move the milk aside and found a carton of eggs. I began mixing everything and poured the mix into a pan. Fifteen minutes later I made twenty pancakes. I stacked them on two separate plates. I cooked bacon and eggs.
"Food is ready," I said. The three boys rushed into the kitchen, got a plate and started piling food in it. I got two pancakes, some bacon and eggs.
"Oh my god, this is amazing!" Michael said.
"Yea, best pancakes ever!" Calum agreed.
"Not burnt, but not under cooked, what if your secret?" Ashton asked.
"I'm taking it to the grave," I said. We all laughed. "Did you like the movie?" I asked after a while.
"Yea, about that, we are never letting you pick a movie ever again," Ashton said.
"It wasn't that bad," I insisted.
"Are you kidding!" Michael said. I laughed.
"Where was I?" I asked.
"Oh, you were asleep, on Calum's arm, with your arms around him," Ashton said. I blushed and looked at my plate.
"But that movie was pretty scary," Calum said changing the subject.
"Hey, where is my mom? I haven't seen her since I arrived," I said.
"Oh, she is on a trip, I think she is coming back tomorrow," Ash said.
"Oh. Where is Luke? Man, my whole family is missing!"
"He is still sleeping," Michael replied.
"I think it's time to wake him up," I said.