Alva smiled and blushed a little as he got up. “You can just call me Al if that’ll-” he stopped as the door opened with a bang. He turned to look at Sofie and then looked at Frei. “Freida, this is your twin sister Sofie,” he said and turned back towards his other sister. “Sofie, Frieda has lost her memory. I don’t know if it’s permanent or not,” he explained.
Frei continued to giggled and started limping, going from one painting to another. Sofie, meanwhile, just watched her sister go through them, seemingly unaware of what is actually happening at the moment. “I…I see…at least she woke up, right?” she smiled sadly at Al. “I guess I am not needed here anymore. I will be in one of the reading rooms. I’ll see you later, bruder Al.” she turned and looked at her sister one last time, before going out of the room.
“I’ll try to keep you updated Sofie,” he called after her as she left the room. Alva then turned to watch Frieda. “Do…would you like me to carry you around Frei?” he asked.
Eber was just seeing the entrance to the gallery. He had needed to stop for a moment to recompose himself. He really wasn’t sure what to expect or what to do beyond checking her. Eber sighed quietly as he got closer.
“Nein nein nein, I’m fine!” Frei said as she examined the paintings closely. “Although my left leg hurts quite a lot, same goes for my head. But I’ll be fine!” she smiled widely at him before going back to the paintings.
“Well…if you change your mind bitte let me know. It would be no problem!” he said. Alva continued to watch her as she looked at the paintings. Part of him hoped that maybe they would help her regain some of her memories.
Eber was now in the door way of the gallery. He saw her limping, it could mean a sprain or a pulled muscle. He had to go in and check it but, he couldn’t yet. For now he continued to watch and process the situation.
“Ne…you said this is also my house…do I…do I really belong here?” she asked as she looked closer at the painting with a big, white house. “I have this really really strange feeling that I am always alone in here. Oh well, must be the pain!” she giggled once more and looked at him. “So tell me, do we have more siblings? Who’s our mother and father?”
Alva was about to speak when he was cut off by someone else. “Ja, you do belong here. You alvays have vhether you realize it or not,” Eber said as he moved more into the gallery. “As for ze rest of our family you have a twin named Sofie, Alvara here has a twin named Edsel, zere is my twin Johan, und myself Eberhart. If you look about two paintings to your right you’ll see a painting of our mama und papa. Zough mama is bigger at ze moment because of ze triplets she is carrying.”
Frei blushed and chuckled lightly as soon as a new person entered. “Hallo there! So you’re my brother too? Aww, too bad! I think I’m slowly having a sliiight crush on you, same goes for Alvara!” she covered her mouth to suppress her giggles. “Oh wow, so everyone here has a twin? And oh!” she limped to the right and touched the large painting. “Wow. She’s beautiful!” she looked at Eber and pointed at the portrait. “And you look like the man beside her!”
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