It was a cool and bright spring day at the Colton household.
Eva slid the final part of her casual outfit, a crimson t-shirt over the top of her grey long-sleeved one and looked herself over once more in the mirror. She wore this outfit often, both shirts keeping her warm when the weather was cool, and didn’t become uncomfortable if it decided to warm up a little.
The dark blue jeans she had were also a common to wear, and were adorned with her black and gold belt on which she occasionally hung pouches for holding a variety of items and gadgets. Today, though, it was bare.
It was Saturday after all. And she planned to relax.
Eva smiled and adjusted her ponytail before making her way out of the bathroom, the brown color of most of her hair contrasting the smaller red coloring in the front. A common trait between her and her twin brother.
Eva walked out into the living area of the small apartment they shared. It was a small place, big enough to be comfortable, and usually tidy. Lin