I gasped, sitting up quickly, waking up from another horrible dream.
I looked around in a slight panic and realized I was still in my cabin.
"Oh, thank the gods," I muttered, and then rubbed my forehead.
I saw out the window that it still wasn't the day time, but I got out of my bed, still in the same clothes as the day before cause I didn't bother to change, and then walked out the door.
"Let's hope the harpies don't see me again," I muttered and then headed towards the beach, one of the few places in the camp that I could get quiet and relax. Another was the forest, but I decided that wasn't the best idea after the last time I had done that. Nymphs hold grudges I had found out.
I started walking along the beach, looking into the water, and at the sky, wondering when my godly parent was finally going to claim me. Or if they even wanted to.