"Your nose is fine and it serves you right for sneaking up on people." I said without the least bit of sympathy for him.
Raising my hand to shield my eyes from the light, I finally saw that it was Daniel. “Sorry,” I told him in a small voice. “I didn't mean to take so long.”
“Yeah, it has. Thought you were going to be gone a couple more weeks though?” Daniel asked him.
“I was, but things kinda wrapped up early. So you know that crazy chick back there?” Lucas asked Daniel.
Having had enough of watching a rekindling bromance, I interrupted their conversation. Clearing my throat loud enough to catch both boys attention, I just looked at them as they stared blankly back. Apparently living with my gramps all my life, hadn't prepared me for how dense boys could be. Securing my crossed arms under my arm pits under the dark water I told them to turn around so I could get my clothes.
“Who are you two? What happened back at my house? How do you even know my gramps?” I demanded, feeling my patience for answers wearing thin.
“Let's go back to the cottage and we'll-” Daniel started.
“No! The only reason I'm still here, is because you promised me answers. Tell me what I want to know or I'm gone” I said to Daniel.
I thought. Looking straight into his eyes so dark they almost seemed black. I felt my nails dig into my palm as I clenched my fists, trying to keep hold of my emotions. Just like gramps taught me. Face impassive, I heard no emotion in my voice as I looked Daniel straight in the eye
“Thank you, for all your help.” I said to him as I turned to walk away.