“The more, the merrier I always say.” She replied smirking.
Jocie threw all the kids onto the sleds. The streets of New York were filled with people, failing to ride on a sled.
“This may be the best…
“Got you to thank for it.” Des said smiling, watching it circle around the sky.
Jocie shrugged, “Egh. Now they can go home and have some hot cocoa with mini marshmallows.” She looked at twins who were standing right beside her. They blinked and tilted their head.
Jocie blinked and stared at them, “What in the world…”
“Can they… See you?” Des said, joining her.
Jocie nodded and crouched, “Yo. Mini red-headed twins. You see me?”
The twins nodded. One twin had red hair and the other had red and slight more orange colored hair.
“Dang… You guys look awesome.” Jocie said laughing.
“That’s great Jocie!” Destiny said, looking at the twins carefully. She flew around them. “Don’t see twins that often; it’s so cool!”
“Yeah…” Jocie laughed. She looked at them and tilted her head, “Where are your parents?”
The girl twin answered with a wide smile on her face, “My mama and papa works! So auntie watches us!” Jocie nodded, “I see. Where’s your auntie then?”
The girl pointed at a young woman near a cafe.
“Oh… Well she’s going to be worried if you’re gone for too long. Just so you know. Go home now.” Jocie said. The twins looked at her and shook their heads.
“No it’s okay!”
Jocie froze and looked at Destiny. She pointed at the twins, “They said no.”
Destiny waved off her shock. “Kids just need a little persuasion. Would it be bad if we played just a little bit with them? Then make them go?” She offered.