What is this nonsense.
Location: Using my sister's dysfunctional laptop :|
Joined: Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:36 pm
((@Franzika: Just a tip to make your posts longer from now on (your post was 49 words, actually one word below minimum, but I'll disregard that for now), do try to add more description about the events, your surroundings, or even the actions of your character. I do expect quality posts from everyone I RP with, so please bear with me!))
Cassandra Mueller opened her eyes to see the blazing sun and clear, blue sky above. Her throat felt dry, her skin itchy from the sand. "Where...am I?" Sandra asked herself, pushing herself upright. Looking around, she saw a whole forest of trees, a few pieces of driftwood and seaweed on the beach with the waves lapping at her feet, and a volcano which seemed to rise from the forest, puffs of smoke coming from its crater. Something shone in the sand, and when she took a closer look, they were her glasses, still quite intact despite being buried halfway into the sand. She sighed in relief, putting them on, though why they were in the sand, or why she was here, for that matter, was still a mystery.
She tried to recall the events before this. She remembered being on a cruise ship in the Pacific, enjoying her vacation from work in the city. Then it hit her - a storm hit the ship, sending it rocking back and forth, the slippery floors of the decks letting her slide out to the open ocean. She tried swimming, she remembered as well, but the waves overpowered her, and she drowned, finding herself on this island when she awoke.
A voice called out from nearby, sending her thoughts back to the present. "Is anyone here?!" it seemed to cry, a woman's voice, if she wasn't mistaken. Looking to her left, Sandra saw a woman in a purple shirt and jeans, looking quite bewildered. She tried shouting to the woman to let her know of her own presence, but she ended up coughing up more saltwater. Since there was nothing more she could do at the moment, she stood up and headed in the woman's direction, to let her know, at the very least, that another human being was on this island.