Charlie had just finished getting dressed for the party and now decided to move onto her hair. The thick brown mass was at times frustrating to deal with. She wasn't sure if she should wear it up today or leave it down. Staring herself down in the mirror, she finally decided to leave it the way it was, though add a little extra curl to it. Her hair already had a natural wave to it so it didn't take much to get it to curl just a little bit more. After another hour had passed, a knock sounded at the door. Guessing that it was Julie there to pick her up, Charlie headed out the room and down the stairs. She called out to her parents to let them know she was headed off before opening the door and greeted the blonde waiting for her. "Ready to go?" Julie asked, smiling in approval at Charlie's appearance. "As ready as I'll ever be," she replied. The two walked to Julie's car and got in. Charlie had never been to a party before so she was both excited and nervous to be headed out to one. Hopefully it'd go well though and from what she heard, parties were a lot of fun. But she wasn't exactly looking forward to all the people that would be there. Trinity tended to have a lot of friends and since she was almost two years older than Charlie, had gone to college sooner and therefore had college friends coming along with a few other people that were in their last years of highschool like Charlie was along with just some other people. There was no telling just how many people would actually turn up. After a few minutes of driving, they pulled up to the front of the large house. A parking spot had been saved for them thankfully as there were several vehicles taking up space along the side of the road. With a nervous look at the well lit up house, Charlie got out of the car and went to Julie's side. "Relax, everything will be fine," assured Julie with a smile. "I sure hope so..." With that, Charlie followed her friend towards the house with apprehension of how this would turn out.