“Hahaha. Sounds great,” I smiled awkwardly. There was no way I was going to thank Lyle, but I have definitely heard about John.
I got invited to a party in the afternoon, so I went and got ready at my dressing table. The initial thought was to go with a more enigmatic appeal, with some heavy eye shadow, but it turned out a little too seductive for my liking. Christopher's teammates would be there as well, so I really do not want to give them the wrong impression.
Thus, I removed the makeup and went with something clean and simple. In the end, after applying some lipstick, the reflection inside the mirror looked cute and elegant, just the way I wanted it. So, I gave my reflection a firm nod of approval before nagging at Christopher to get dressed.
It looked like he was deep in thought with a stern look on his face. I had to shout at him repeatedly before I got a response. “Didn't you say you don't like these sorts of events? Why are you so excited all of a sudden?” Christopher snapped out of it and spoke.
“Not all of the people on the boat are from Avenport, so there will only be a few familiar faces. I'm going to be fine. No one's going to care.” I told him as I picked up my sapphire necklace. Sabrina recommended this place to me so I could relax.
It would have been so much better if Lyle and Crystal were not here, though.