((Total fail of a thread name. XD)) The sound of something being dropped onto the ground with a thud could be heard around the two bedroom apartment that was, still, relatively empty for the time being. Boxes littered the small living room, kitchen, as well as the hallway that lead towards the bathroom and the two rooms. It was a quaint little place though, despite how bland it looked at the moment, but still with the lack of decorations the place still held a little bit of character to it. Some furniture had already been placed in the living room, including a white couch that sat in the middle of the room with a matching love seat that sat against one of the side walls. A coffee table with a clear top was also placed in the room, though nothing was stacked upon it just yet. The walls were some type of off white color, nothing too dark but then again nothing too bright. Three windows were spread out across the room, allowing the warmth of the sun, as well as the light from it, to filter into the room. All in all it wasn't too bad, to most people it probably wouldn't have been anyway, but to Maya, the girl who currently leaned against a box that she had just brought through the door, would like to think otherwise. "Why do I have so much stuff?" She groaned out, only to hear the soft giggles and chuckles from her parents as they entered into the living room, both of them carrying items in their hands as well. "You wanted to take everything, remember?" Her mother questioned, standing next to her daughter with an amused look upon her features. "It's not funny..." But nevertheless Maya couldn't help but laugh lightly as she stood herself back up, stretching her arms up above her her head. She looked around the living room, her eyes catching a glimpse of the kitchen that stood on the other side of the living room, part of a wall separating the two rooms. "Hmm... This place needs to be decorated, badly." But this place didn't look nearly as bad as the other apartments that she had seen in the area; actually this was the best one, and it was the best one in her price range for the time being. The fact that it was closer to the college she was attending was an added bonus to the equation, but that really hadn't been that much of a deciding factor in her decision. She turned her head when she felt her mother's hand touch her shoulder. "You have more things to worry about then decorating. Why don't we finish getting everything in here and unpacked first? There isn't much else to bring in." Agreeing with her mother, Maya nodded her head and watched as her mother and father walked out of the door again to grab more things. She stayed behind, though, taking another look at things. Taking a look at her new home. All before she had been living in a dorm on campus, something that she dreaded, but now she would be on her own, somewhat, with her best friend no less. The thought made her smile; finally she would be reunited with her anthro friend, or brother more like it considering the bond the two had. This was going to be good, hopefully. Something that she would enjoy. Learning how to keep up her own place, pay the bills (though she figured that that would probably be the worst part about having this place), and just overall doing what she wanted to do with the place. Yes, she would make it her own, or as much as she could anyway. It would be great, and with this new freedom she would be presented with, what could go wrong?