Lolita Earensdale, purple Lolita Earensdale was excited for her senior trip, she pushed her red/orange bangs out of her face and looked around the ship. It was beautiful, there were a bunch of other students from her class that she did not recognize milling around talking and joking. There were some prep girls out sun bathing and making cruel remarks about other girls, the jock boys were making remarks about the prep girls. Lolita rolled her eyes, the insanity of high school would not be missed once she was finished. She walked towards the door that led down into the ship where the cabins where located. She had been in hers earlier, and had put her stuff on the bed. There was another bed in there, but she hadn't been informed whether or not someone else was staying in there with her or not. When she got to her room she let herself in and flopped onto the bed, she needed to find something to do on this cruise and fast, what was the fun of being away from home, and land for that matter, if she was going to do exactly what she had done at home? Her eyes started to flutter closed and Lolita thought Hmmm whats the harm in a little cat nap before I get up and raise hell?? ~~*~~*~~*~~*~~*~~*~~ Jhett Jensen, blue Jhett was sitting on the deck of the ship basking in the sun quietly, he had no one around him at the moment that was trying to talk to him so he enjoyed the rays burning his skin. He was already missing his mom and step dad but they had promised that they would be at the dock the moment he arrived back home. His mother had been a nervous wreck when he had told her about and had to ask Doug to make her sign the paperwork. She was so scared that her one and only baby boy was going to get hurt out there in the real world that she didn't even want to let him enjoy this luxury provided by the school. He ran his hand through his hair, and sat up his legs on either side of the chair. He looked around the deck, no one was in the pool that they had on the ship but rather sitting around it talking and laughing. Jhett smiled, he didn't know half the people here right now, but he would be walking across the stage with each of them when they returned home. He shook his head, and laid back on the chair again picking up a Revolver magazine he had sitting next to him.