I'd never thought knowing things would bring on this stream of events, but as Grace and Seth gave me little snippets about what they thought could 'be the problem', - as Seth put it - I had to stop them.
"AH! Ouch! Wait! Stop!"
"What?" they said at the same time.
"I don't know" I said "I'm being told that this person should be here. They're - ouch - part of the legend too... hm" I pressed the heels of my hands to the sides of my head. "Do any of you know someone called Jeana?"
"Oh, well, maybe she goes to my school, I might see her there... Oh, or maybe I wont" I stopped. Seth and Grace were looking at me as if I'd gone mad. "Sorry, it's a habit"
"Oh. I'm guessing this girl's... invisible?" Seth asked.
"She can be. D'you two mind looking at your school too? I don't think you go to mine"
"No problem" Grace said "But I think we should go now. It's pretty dark"
"SOPHIA!" Dad yelled up the stairs. As soon a he did so I knew the six pack of beer that had been in the fridge wasn't there any more. "GET DOWN HERE NOW!"
"Uhhhh" I groaned "Yeah, maybe you should"
"In fact, you definitely should" I grimaced. "Coming!" I called downstairs.
"Um, yeah" Grace grimaced too
"Definitely" Seth agreed. I led them out the front door (Dad was leaning against the back door looking like he was about to collapse) and said goodbye. Well, that went better than expected I thought.
"Yes?" I sighed, swinging round to face him.
"I'm going out!" he yelled.
"I'm right in front of you"
"I'm going out!" he yelled again
"OK, Dad" I sighed again. He staggered out and I knew we'd have the police round in the morning. Uhhhhhhhhh.