An Annie/Molly Fanfiction

This is my third collaboration with Mandalicious. This story is about Annie and Molly's relationship as sisters. Hope you all enjoy. I am writing odd numbered chapters and Mandalicous is writing evens. We own no characters from Annie.

Hi My name is Molly. I am the youngest orphan in Annie. I have long looked up to Annie as my big sister. She has always been there for me and has always looked out for me no matter what. I've always been sad that my parents left me at the orphanage. I thought for sure they didn't love me. One thing I always admired about Annie was her positive attitude and how she never gave up hope that her parents would come back for her. I wish I felt that way about my parents. I remember the day Annie left to go stay with Mr. Warbucks for two weeks. I was crying so hard because I didn't want her to leave me.

Annie bent down and gave me a hug.

" I love you Molly. I'll only be gone for two weeks and I' m gonna write to you guys. Duffy's gonna look out for you."

"I love you too Annie." My tears were flowing faster down my cheeks.

I felt Duffy's hand on my shoulder as I pulled out of Annie's embrace.

A week later when I found out Mr. Warbucks was gonna adopt Annie I was beside myself. Duffy noticed right away that I was upset.

"Molly, aren't so happy for Annie? She's gonna have a family."

"Yeah, I guess." I mumbled.

Duffy pulled me in to her lap. "What's wrong kiddo?

"What if Annie forgets all about me when she's adopted?"

Duffy rubbed my back. "Sweetie, she's not going to forget any of us. We'll all be adopted sooner or later and be out of this crummy place."

Christmas was dreary and lonely though on Christmas day we did go over to Annie's house for a little while. It was nice of Mr. Warbucks to have us over. When Annie saw me she gave me the biggest hug ever.

"Hi ya Molly. How are you doing?"

"Good Annie. I miss you. I feel so lonely without you."

The embrace did not weaken. "I miss you too kiddo. Isn't this place so big?"

I nodded . "Yeah, I can't believe you actually live here. I hope I am adopted soon."

Annie smiled at me. "You never know how soon that will be."

I had no clue what she was talking about. "Kids, Annie picked out presents for you. They're all under the tree." Grace Farrell said.

"Yippee!" My friends and I all rushed over to the Christmas tree which looked so pretty with all the decorations.

The second week in January Annie came to visit me at the orphanage. I didn't have any idea this would the day I would be leaving the place behind for good.

"Hi Ya Molly. I'm getting you all packed up."

"Packed up, where are we going?"

Annie pulled my suitcase out from underneath my bed and dusted it off.

"You're coming home with me Molly. Daddy Warbucks and Ms. Farrell are downstairs signing adoption paperwork."

I was silent.

"Aren't you excited?"

I threw my arms around her.

"Really? I'm coming to live with you? We're gonna be sisters?"

Annie kissed the top of my head. "You've felt like my sister all along Molly. Now we're gonna be sisters for good. Come on… let's get you packed so we can leave."

It didn't take us too long to get my stuff packed. We went down to Ms. Hannigan's office. I threw my arms around Ms. Farrell's legs.

"I'm so happy you're adopting me Ms. Farrell."

Ms. Farrell scooped me up in her arms. "Annie has told us countless times how special you are to her so we couldn't be happier to have you in our lives."

I nuzzled into her neck. "I love you."

Ms. Farrell kissed me on the forehead. "We all love you too Molly… very much."