Yuki stared blankly forward looking many of the students who will be attending the New Peak High School, the same one she will be at for the next year. She couldnít believe that these people were some of the only ones she would know for a long time. There were no robots or anything of that sort either. ďThis'll be an interesting year... Maybe.Ē She says to no one in particular. Itís not like she had a friend who she could communicate with and not to mention most of the other people around didn't seem like people she could get along with. She sat at the back of the boat and surrounded herself with girls, even if they were not friend materials they could still act as shields against the undesirables. She didnít want to have deal with many of the males if she didnít have to. After what happened in the past she found it hard to even want to look at a male.
From ahead of her she heard some girl with a cheery voice shout, "I see it!" Yuki's first thought was that the girl sounded much too cheery. It wasn't something Yuki would be able to imitate. Her second thought was, "She's a really loud person." Yuki's sound-reducing headphones nulled general noise enough so it wouldn't hurt her much too oversensitive ears. The downside is that sometimes when people speak she doesn't exactly hear them. After her thoughts Yuki turned to see what the girl saw. At first there was nothing but the blue ocean and sky. Eventually a small bit of some other color came into view. "I see it too..." Yuki mumbled to herself.
Eventually the boat reached the docks of the island she looked at all the people there. "There's one thing I don't look forward to." She again mumbled to herself commenting on her situation. As she looked over she saw a man in what she assumed was a typical outfit for an older western gentleman. She could not hear the words he said, but she could "read" them through his lips, "New Peak High. The main building will be open in 40 minutes," She had a feeling of tiredness wipe over her face and her eyes closed a second. She opened them and continued, "...to wait here or explore the island a bite before heading to class at 7:00. I hope you enjoy my school. Let's...." She looked away at this point pretty much already figuring it wasn't any new information she would need. The rest of the world seemed a slight nothing to her as she departed the boat almost last and preceded to look around for a secluded spot she could lay and relax without her headphones on.
The hard of hearing girl found a more secluded spot beside some trees where she didn't see or more importantly hear people. After contemplating what to do the decision came down to laying and relaxing for a bit before class started. Being around people gets tiring fast having to wear those headphones all day. She already knew there were going to be some people who thought that she was just listening to music or something of the sort and she couldn't blame them very much on that assumption. She just lay there on the grass with the wind going past her thinking about the rest of the day.