Rebecca and Jessica reached their room and began to unpack. The place had a relatively simple layout, for a strange reason both of the girls got their own room. No sharing for them!
Jessica finished putting up her dance posters from Earth and stared at it. She took a few steps backward. Then a few more. Then she tripped over her suitcase, half open, laying in the middle of the room.
"OUCH!" she yelled, rubbing her ankle. "I am beginning to think I should have cleaned up the suitcase before I started decorating this room.."
She found a box of old papers. They didn't appear important, even after looking them over a few times, so Jessica sighed. "Maybe it is time for a break from decorating," she said. "I need to clean up."
Jessica picked up the box and carried it into the main room. As she set the box down, she noticed a girl with blonde hair and blue eyes standing in the doorway, holding her suitcase and dressed in dark purple-pink.
She slowly straightened and looked at the girl standing there. She didn't have any idea who this girl was. And apparently this girl didn't know who they were either, since she said, "What are you doing in my room?"
Jessica's mouth fell open at that. "Woah woah woah! Who said it was your room? We are sharing. And who are you anyway?"
Gloria was very upset now, and she put her suitcase down before she opened her mouth. "My name is Gloria Lillie Watters. And I am not supposed to be here, you know. But here I am anyway!"
Jessica had no idea what this girl meant. "What do you mean, not supposed to be here? You registered, didn't you? You came here to learn or something, right?"
Gloria shook her head. "I was supposed to go to college back home. But this is NOT home. This is some strange dimension, which I have no business being a part of!"
At that very moment, Rebecca walked into the main room holding a blanket. "Hey Jessica, I found this and thought it would be great for the couch here.." her voice fades as she looked around at Jessica and Gloria. The tension between them was obvious, mostly from the way the two of them were glaring at each other like they could shoot laser beams from their eyes.