Simon finished arranging another room. People were still coming on the cruise ship, and he had just finished the last one. He knew he'd have to deal with a lot of demanding people for the next week, but he didn't mind. His goal was nearly accomplished.
The ocean waves were particularly strong today, and Kylee entertained herself by finding patterns in each. As she leaned on the railings of the huge ship, she felt relaxed. Finally, she had time away from her parents, who were often brusque and aggressive.
Angie watched out on the ocean, her eyes narrowed for anything interesting. Nope, absolutely nothing interesting about this. With a groan, she rolled her eyes and turned to the beach chairs aboard the deck. Angie plopped herself down and slapped on a pair of sunglasses, finding nothing else to do.
Angie let out a puff of air, this was nothing but boring. Why did she ever have to come here anyways? The girl groaned and sat upright, in a crossed-legged position. She glanced over at the other kids on the ship.
Kylee yawned and stepped backwards, stretching. She reached into her pocket and pulled out her phone and held it over the deck to take a picture of the sea. Suddenly, a huge wave seemed to leap up and take her phone, and Kylee watched helplessly and it tumbled into the deep blue ocean. Kylee sighed and spun around to go and sit on a chair. Her parents would be furious that she'd lost her phone.