Uh, yeah, it’s not the final product of this scene since I still have to go through and put more details, change some things but it is the rough sketch of it. I’m sorry if there is any spelling errors, grammatical errors. But I like it. It’s good. Not really anything big, just them in their hotel room.
”I can’t believe we only got two beds,” complained Trevor as he heaved a giant sigh, staring at the room in front of them. It was plain and nothing too extraordinary, then again, hotels that costed 30 dollars a night weren’t very fantastic.
“Just deal with it,” Charlie mumbled softly, throwing her suitcase on one of the beds, cocking an eyebrow when it groaned from the weight. Sharing a glance with her brothers, she immediately bit down on her bottom lip and clapped her hands together. “Come on, guys, this isn’t too bad.”
“I’m pretty sure the roof is leaking,” Gavin commented, giving his sister a matter-of-fact look.
“You would know, you’re closest to it.”
Trevor cleared his throat to get their attention, giving them a disappointing look, “Stop it, you two. It’s our first night in America, can we just get some sleep so we’re rested in the morning?” he gazed at both of them - Gavin’s eyes narrowed in defeat while Charlie’s mouth was set in a way that he knew a sarcastic comment was about to come out, so he started up again, “I don’t know about you, but jet lag is not helping any of us, right now.”
With a sigh from the eldest, Trevor grinned in triumph, “Fine, let’s just get our sleeping situation done and get to sleep,” Gavin murmured slowly, stifling a yawn as he sleepily blinked his eyes. Charlie nodded to agree.
“I’ll share a bed with Trevor. Gavin, you can be on your own.” Charlie bent down to unzip her suitcase when she stopped at the next statement.
“Why do I get my own bed?”
Peeking over her shoulder, she stared at the taller blonde, “You snore and kick,” her voice was sickly sweet, a thin smile on her lips.
“No, I don’t!”
“Yes, you do. I have several bruises to prove it, from the airplane ride!”
“Both of you, stop it!” Trevor hissed, now having their eyes on him, “I swear, can you two go without bickering for a moment?”
There was silence before Charlie’s eyes were slits as she stared at him, “Uh, no? Who would I put my wickedly funny comments on?”
“They’re not funny,” Gavin shot back under his breath.
“You don’t know comedy, then.”
“You both better know what sleep is before I introduce you to Death.” That seemed to stop the two sibilngs, who simply glared at each other then before moving onto their bed time rituals.