Author: Katie aka Luv4WillTara
Willow folded her last pair of jeans and put them into her duffel bag. She started to do up the zipper when her mother knocked on her door. "Are you about ready to go?" Her mother asked. "You don't want to be late for camp." Willow nodded her head and swung her duffel bag around her shoulder. Pff, summer camp. This is ridiculous. Why don't they just leave me at home like they usually do? I mean they're never home during the school year, so why can't I just be left alone during the summer, Willow thought to herself as she walked down the stairs and out to the car. At least I convinced Buffy to go with me. How the frilly heck did I do that anyway? Oh yeah, I believe it was the mention of cute boys in short shorts that got her.
They pulled up to the Summer's house and Willow got out of the car. She walked up to the house and knocked on the door. "Willow, it's so nice to see you again. Buffy's upstairs. She said she'd be down in a minute," Joyce Summers said with a caring smile. She had always liked Willow. "Thanks Mrs. Summers. Is that a new dress? I really like it," Willow said, trying to make conversation with Joyce while she waited for Buffy. "Why yes it is. Thank you Willow. And how many times do I have to tell you? Call me Joyce." At that moment Buffy came down the stairs carrying two suitcases and a duffel bag.
Willow dragged Buffy's suitcase out to the car while Buffy hugged her mother goodbye.
"Do you think you have enough stuff Buffy?" Willow gasped while trying to lift the final bag into the trunk. "Why? Do you think I may have forgotten something?" Buffy replied with a worried look on her face. "Just get in the car"
The car ride to the camp was very long and uneventful. The radio in the car had broken, and Buffy had fallen asleep ten minutes into the trip. Willow spent the entire time looking out the window and wishing that they would just get to the camp soon. Finally they pulled up to the camp. Willow tried to wake Buffy up, but she just rolled over and said something about scary vampires. After a good five minutes of shaking, Buffy finally began to stir. She opened her eyes and caught a glimpse of herself in the rearview mirror. "Oh my god. I can not go out there like this. Look at my hair. It's terrible," she said while searching in her purse for a brush.
Willow was taking the luggage out of the trunk when somebody walked into her, making her drop her luggage. "Oh m-my goddess, I'm so s-sorry. I didn't s-see you," a very attractive blonde woman said. "Good job T. Sorry about that red. That was kinda my bad," added a brunette wearing almost completely leather. How is she wearing leather in this heat? She must be dying. Willow then caught a good look of the blonde woman. Wow, she's beautiful. Oh man, she looks so sad and embarrassed. "Oh, hey, it's no problem. Don't worry about bumping into me. It's no biggy, really. I mean, here I am all standing in the way, and I'm sure if I was you I would have walked into me too." The blonde smiled at Willow's babble. Wow, she's cute. I wonder what her name is. "Alright, we'd like to stay and chat, but we got to go get to our cabins to make sure we get the good beds and such. Catch ya later red," said the brunette as she grabbed the blonde girls hand and led her towards the room listings.
Buffy chose that moment to get out of the car and grab her bags from Willow. Willow waved goodbye to her mother as she walked towards the room listings. I wonder if I'll ever see that girl again. Willow thought as she spotted the wall with the listings on it. "Oh fooble," Willow said with a sigh. "Fooble Will? Is that even a word?" Buffy said with a smirk. "What? Oh, yeah probably not. But we're not roomed together. I'm with some girl named Tara Maclay, and you're roomed with Faith," Willow said with a frown. "Faith? Faith who?" Buffy asked. "Just Faith. Like Madonna, but Faith. You're in cabin 9 and I'm in cabin 6. Hey at least our cabins are close together!" Willow exclaimed. "Yeah, but we should get their before my roomie steals the top bunk!" Buffy picked up her bags and rushed off to try and beat her cabin mate to the top bunk.