"Oh. Well, yeah! Of course, dummy!" She snorted. I sighed and turned away. "Oh come on cyclops! It can't be that bad!" She said, punching me lightly in the arm. "Why are you always so happy?" I snapped. "Huh? It's because I'm here!" She said. "What could possibly be so glorious about "Camp Camp'?" I said sarcastically. "Oh, it's pretty simple!" She said calmly, "I'm stuck here with you." Her cheeks were tinted with a pastel pink. The sound of pounding feet entered the cabin and dust clouded the room. "Well, looks like our campers are back! See you later cyclops!" She called, sprinting to her side of the cabin. I smiled slightly. "It is a blessing and a curse. I'm stuck with you for the whole summer," I yelled back. I could hear her laughing from the other side of the cabin. My boys rushed into the room, pushing each other to get their swimsuits, and the sound of her adorable laugh was drowned out.